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Zora and the explorer

Can cutting-edge technology foster a sense of humanity? A pioneering child development researcher says yes.

By Barbara F. Meltz
Globe Staff / October 22, 2007

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ARLINGTON - With her youngest son, Nico, 3, hanging around her neck, Marina Bers greets guests in her backyard. She's a bundle of gracious energy, introducing strangers to one another, shepherding people toward food and cider. The occasion is Sukkot, a Jewish holiday of harvest, which involves building a small structure with a roof partly open to the sky. (Full article: 1697 words)

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