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Thank you for the Perspective column in your May/June issue ["One by One"]. It hits the mark so perfectly. Why doesn’t that kind of education happen? Too many old habits? Not aware that changes need to be made? Not willing to put out the effort? It seems like such a simple thing to have a situation that will actually benefit the people (students) we are working for.

Ron Stott
Cache High School
Logan, Utah

Vol. 16, Issue 1, Pages 7-12

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