Rep. David Rouzer takes part in a history quiz with a group of fourth-graders at Neuse Charter School. The teacher used a laptop to project trivia questions onto the whiteboard, and the students responded using iPads.
Rep. David Rouzer takes part in a history quiz with a group of fourth-graders at Neuse Charter School. The teacher used a laptop to project trivia questions onto the whiteboard, and the students responded using iPads. John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com
Rep. David Rouzer takes part in a history quiz with a group of fourth-graders at Neuse Charter School. The teacher used a laptop to project trivia questions onto the whiteboard, and the students responded using iPads. John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com

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