CHICAGO--Elementary and middle school students in Missouri's Dunklin School District will be introduced to an innovative new program this year.  It's not a new reading program or a math program or a health curriculum.  In fact, it's not a replacement for anything that has traditionally been happening in their schools.  The new program is called BrainWare Safari and is designed to develop the cognitive skills that all students need in order to be able to learn effectively.  Dunklin is one of the first districts in Missouri to provide their students with an opportunity to comprehensively develop their cognitive skills.


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