Elementary-school students in Chesterfield Township, Mich., are learning about citizenship, staying in school and computer safety through weekly visits by representatives from the local FBI office. During the eight-week program, students learn about the FBI's operations, including collecting evidence, gun safety and bombs. "Every kid gets something different from it," said an FBI analyst who has been part of the school program for 11 years.

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