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Grants bring new tools to classrooms

Original post made on Mar 20, 2008

Junior Jane Hinton sat playing a Monopoly-style board game with teacher Jennifer Dorwin on a recent afternoon at Gunn High School. But instead of rolling dice — a tricky task for students with multiple disabilities — she pushed a button that spun a numbered wheel.

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Posted by Kerri C, a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Mar 20, 2008 at 7:24 am

I know Jennifer Dorwin and the students of Palo Alto are lucky to have such a dedicated and loving teacher! She is my hero.


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