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Seattle's Pacific Science Center softens the lights and sounds of interactive exhibits to accommodate children who are easily overstimulated.
To earn their high school diplomas, students must pass the the same test given to those seeking U.S. citizenship.
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Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.
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