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The Daring Dozen 2006

This article from the March 2006 issue of Edutopia highlights some of the known and lesser-known figures in the education world who are working to find "creative ways to improve our schools." Talents range from a 16 year-old scientist to a 69 year-old author, all of whom "embody the best of education," the article notes.

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