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    Animals Become Teachers in the Classroomi
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    January 29, 2016 11:32 PM
    Most high school science classes rely heavily on books. But as part of an animal science program in Arlington, Virginia, students get actual hands-on experience learning how to care for animals. A number of the students have gone on to careers such as veterinarians and zookeepers. As we hear from VOA's Deborah Block, the animal laboratory has an unusual collection of creatures.

    Animals Become Teachers in the Classroom

    Published January 29, 2016

    Most high school science classes rely heavily on books. But as part of an animal science program in Arlington, Virginia, students get actual hands-on experience learning how to care for animals. A number of the students have gone on to careers such as veterinarians and zookeepers. As we hear from VOA's Deborah Block, the animal laboratory has an unusual collection of creatures.


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