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Cherokee students use video games to hone key skills


December 1, 2019

CHEROKEE, Iowa (AP) — For many of us who are members of older generations, we might consider the hours younger people spend playing video games as nothing more than a diversion from doing something more productive, such as homework.

But talk to Tyler Hahn for a little bit, and he'll tell you there's much to be learned from gaming.

It might not be as measurable as an A on a math test, but as the sponsor of a unique program for middle school students in Cherokee, Hahn has watched video games open children's minds to career possibilities while developing skills that will help them in the fut...

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