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Iowa City learning adventure celebrates 50 years

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Teacher Cindy Baldwin watches as Bowen Pan, 6, puts food coloring onto a pan during a mythbusters style science activity July 7 at Willowwind School in Iowa City. (Savannah Blake/The Gazette) This year marks the 50th anniversary of Willowwind School’s founding in Iowa City. The school began in a small white house on Fairchild Street, pictured above. (Courtesy Dana Smith) Caleb Slaughter, 10, watches his slime fall to the table as he tests the stretch of it during a slime making activity July 7 at Willowwind School in Iowa City. (Savannah Blake/The Gazette) Jasper Hwang, 8, (from left) Myles Creach, 9, and Max Butler, 9, work on making the perfect slime during class July 7 at Willowwind School in Iowa City. (Savannah Blake/The Gazette) Children gather around teacher Gus Creach and his fireworks experiment to see how vinegar, baking soda and food coloring makes a colorful reaction during class at Willowwind School in Iowa City on July 7. (Savannah Blake/The Gazette) Ruth Manna (right) at Willowwind School in Iowa City in the early 1970s. (Courtesy Dana Smith) IOWA CITY — In 1972, after the closing of the laboratory schools at the University of Iowa, a small group of educators […]

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