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February 7, 2010 12:00 AM

Focus on basics cuts foreign language back

Flailing limbs, choppy syllables and laughter filled a classroom at Wichita's Gordon Parks Academy. Sixth-grade students tried to mimic the actions and words of three gymsuit-clad people performing a calisthenics routine on a video.

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