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Saturday, April 17, 2021
Children at the Kavod Charter School in San Diego. While math, reading and writing are taught in English, much of the rest of the school day—from morning meeting to art class to physical education and even recess are conducted in Hebrew. Source: Kavod Charter School via Twitter.

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