Rear View Window to the World

By Robert Joe Stout

A free education in rural Wyoming half-a-century ago meant that children under 16 were supposed to go to school every day. They also were supposed to return home from school and during the interim to cause as little disruption as possible. That many of these children weren’t particularly keen about learning to read well, or multiply and divide, or remember who crossed the Delaware and who wintered at Valley Forge quickly became apparent to the teachers who were trying to educate them.…

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