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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jeanne Payne
At a middle school in Alabama, a student was assigned a project about ingredients used in soap making. She was given a budget, a team composed of classmates and access to a computer.
"We're having to educate children in real-life situations so they can take what they learn with them," she said.
Payne said she expects students' socialization skills to improve because they will work as a team on projects instead of learning facts in isolation.