Spring 2013
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Spring 2013

In school settings, the word "integration" perhaps calls to mind the desegregation of American schools during the civil rights movement or departments of interdisciplinary studies at universities. Today integration speaks to reframing ideas by widening their scope, enhancing topics through context and purpose. In this issue of think, our contributors fill the canvas with integrated studies.
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Special Feature
Hebrew is Good for the Brain
Second Language Learning
Our Sages Tell Us