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Goldsboro Elementary Magnet School in Sanford, Fla., (www.goldsboro.scps.k12.fl.us) offers specialized curricula to elementary students in math, science, and technology. The school's Web site showcases programs, student work, and activities to parents and the community at large. Be sure to visit the Kids Space Center
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Goldsboro Elementary Magnet School in Sanford, Fla., (www.goldsboro.scps.k12.fl.us) offers specialized curricula to elementary students in math, science, and technology. The school's Web site showcases programs, student work, and activities to parents and the community at large. Be sure to visit the Kids Space Center and the Technology Program areas to learn about these programs and to see examples of student work. The site also offers information for parents, and teachers can complete much of their routine paperwork online.

Susan Brooks-Young is an educational consultant and writer.

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