Gifted students learn investigative techniques in CSI class

02/7/2010 | Peoria Journal Star (Ill.)

Students in an Illinois middle-school gifted program spent a Saturday learning about crime-scene investigation in a class taught by a law-enforcement officer and their science teacher, who has worked in the state crime lab. Students received hands-on instruction in fingerprint-lifting and used a facial-recognition computer system as part of the program, which is funded by the school district.

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