Above, Nilah Whitfield, right, carries a trashcan around to her classmates after snack time. New classes for 4-year-olds at the Applied Technology Center also will serve as a lab for the high school students studying early childhood.
Above, Nilah Whitfield, right, carries a trashcan around to her classmates after snack time. New classes for 4-year-olds at the Applied Technology Center also will serve as a lab for the high school students studying early childhood.
Above, Nilah Whitfield, right, carries a trashcan around to her classmates after snack time. New classes for 4-year-olds at the Applied Technology Center also will serve as a lab for the high school students studying early childhood.

Young learners give lessons

November 08, 2007 01:08 AM

UPDATED November 08, 2007 01:12 AM

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