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Every parent wonders the same thing: Why aren’t there more educational computer games that appeal to kids just as much as the violent ones? We’ll meet two entrepreneurial parents who took up that challenge and created new games that aim to make computer time an engaging learning experience for school-age kids.
- Eric Garfinkel Creator, The Wonder Rotunda
- Margaret Johnson Co-founder and CEO, Sabi, Inc.
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