Durham, NC's Reaching All Minds Academy charter school third graders in biotech teacher Valerie Chambers' (cq) class spend time reading about ecosystems while seated on a carpet of the periodic table of the elements Monday afternoon, December 15, 2014.
Durham, NC's Reaching All Minds Academy charter school third graders in biotech teacher Valerie Chambers' (cq) class spend time reading about ecosystems while seated on a carpet of the periodic table of the elements Monday afternoon, December 15, 2014. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
Durham, NC's Reaching All Minds Academy charter school third graders in biotech teacher Valerie Chambers' (cq) class spend time reading about ecosystems while seated on a carpet of the periodic table of the elements Monday afternoon, December 15, 2014. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
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