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POTOMAC, MD - FEBRUARY 13: From left to right, Sean Hess, 16, Harry Vincent, 17 and Alexis Doyle, 17, work on an oral history projects during their 11th grade history class taught by Glenn Whitman, Director of The Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning and St. Andrew's Dean of Studies. At the St. Andrews Episcopal School in Potomac, MD, they use brain research to inform teaching and learning. The school has the only K-12 school center for teaching based on brain research in the country. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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POTOMAC, MD - FEBRUARY 13: From left to right, Sean Hess, 16, Harry Vincent, 17 and Alexis Doyle, 17, work on an oral history projects during their 11th grade history class taught by Glenn Whitman, Director of The Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning and St. Andrew's Dean of Studies. At the St. Andrews Episcopal School in Potomac, MD, they use brain research to inform teaching and learning. The school has the only K-12 school center for teaching based on brain research in the country. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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From left to right Sean Hess Harry Vincent 17 and Alexis Doyle work... News Photo 163060314Class,Grade,History,Horizontal,Human Interest,Maryland,Planning,Potomac - Maryland,Right,USA,Using Mouth,WorkingPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostPOTOMAC, MD - FEBRUARY 13: From left to right, Sean Hess, 16, Harry Vincent, 17 and Alexis Doyle, 17, work on an oral history projects during their 11th grade history class taught by Glenn Whitman, Director of The Center for Transformative Teaching & Learning and St. Andrew's Dean of Studies. At the St. Andrews Episcopal School in Potomac, MD, they use brain research to inform teaching and learning. The school has the only K-12 school center for teaching based on brain research in the country. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)