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UW research on brain activity
delivers lessons on how kids learn

<strong>EDUCATION LAB:</strong> Shelter Gimbel-Sherr, 10, prepares for an MRI with researcher Zoe Mestre and radiologist Todd Richards as part of a brain study at the University of Washington. Scientists are figuring out what happens as children learn, and how parents and schools can help those who struggle.

Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times

EDUCATION LAB: Shelter Gimbel-Sherr, 10, prepares for an MRI with researcher Zoe Mestre and radiologist Todd Richards as part of a brain study at the University of Washington. Scientists are figuring out what happens as children learn, and how parents and schools can help those who struggle.

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