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August 5, 2012 12:00 AM

Learning skills outside of class

Andrew Taber, who grew up in Olympia, spent seven years teaching English in Japan. It was there that he and his two children were exposed to the world of Kumon, an after-school learning program that has expanded well beyond that country’s borders and is now taught throughout the world.

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