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Teachers, students and parents from Gwynn Falls Elementary School in Baltimore joined national nonprofit REAL School Gardens and 100 Target employees to build an outdoor classroom at the school in one day. REAL School Gardens gives teachers in low-income schools the tools and training needed to use learning gardens to improve Science, Math, and Literacy instruction. (Above) REAL School Gardens Instructional Coach Joe Ludes plants flowers with students at Beers Elementary School in Washington, D.C.

Teachers, students and parents from Gwynn Falls Elementary School in Baltimore joined national nonprofit REAL School Gardens and 100 Target employees to build an outdoor classroom at the school in one day. REAL School Gardens gives teachers in low-income schools the tools and training needed to use learning gardens to improve Science, Math, and Literacy instruction. (Above) REAL School Gardens Instructional Coach Joe Ludes plants flowers with students at Beers Elementary School in Washington, D.C.

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