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Asian-style cram schools captivate American parents

Japan's Kumon and South Korea's Eye Level seen as path to coveted US schools

Kumon students complete worksheets at their own speed, regardless of their grade level.

NEW YORK -- When IBM client executive Rachel Calhoun negotiates multimillion-dollar contracts with clients, she needs to compute figures swiftly in her head because face-to-face meetings rarely allow time to whip out a calculator.

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