Skip Hall has been a teacher at Grangeville High School for 31 years. His early American history class with freshmen and sophomores will be one of his last: he’s retiring at the end of the school year. As Hall’s class works together on projects, he takes a moment to reflect on the state of education in his district. “The biggest thing I see is lack of choice for the students," Hall says. Hall says kids in wealthy districts have more opportunities. His students are at a disadvantage – simply...
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