Expanding pathways at Iola High

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May 5, 2018 - 4:00 AM

Chad Hays, a math instructor at Uniontown High School, was in Iola to learn ways to implement engineering into his lessons. Here, he uses a glue gun and straws to devise a protective barrier around a raw egg.

Clelia McCrory knows a thing or two about getting kids to learn.

She’d taught for 24 years before moving in 2004 to ESSDACK, an education service center in central Kansas.

So, when her son, Sam, came home perplexed about his geometry class, McCrory’s mind got to wondering. How could a solid student well versed in math, science and other subjects struggle so mightily in geometry?

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