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Knolls workers are mentors at Schenectady magnet school

Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory engineer Alfred Espiritu works on math problems with fourth-grader Alexander Ramirez as part of a mentoring program at Martin Luther King Magnet School in Schenectady.
Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory engineer Alfred Espiritu works on math problems with fourth-grader Alexander Ramirez as part of a mentoring program at Martin Luther King Magnet School in Schenectady.
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Doug Baldrey was attempting to break down a subtraction problem for Martin Luther King Magnet School third-grader Dominiyah Jennings. The question: Megan gave her friend 35 of her 86 games. How many games did she have left? “You’re going to use this big number and subtract from it your little number,” he said. “Oh,” Dominiyah said as she feverishly erased her work and started over. “Like that?” “Perfect! Fifty-one — you got it,” Baldrey said. ...


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