Education

May 9, 2011 12:00 AM

Teaching the past to the future

TUMWATER – Inside Robert “Bob” Cooksey’s classroom at Tumwater Middle School, there are Civil War posters, Pacific Northwest coastal tribal masks, a model of a covered wagon and a stack of hand-stitched quilts.

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