Harry Collins, a science teacher at Arlie Boggs Elementary in Letcher County, said he hasn’t had new textbooks in 12 years and relies largely on materials and information from the Internet.
Harry Collins, a science teacher at Arlie Boggs Elementary in Letcher County, said he hasn’t had new textbooks in 12 years and relies largely on materials and information from the Internet. Herald-Leader
Harry Collins, a science teacher at Arlie Boggs Elementary in Letcher County, said he hasn’t had new textbooks in 12 years and relies largely on materials and information from the Internet. Herald-Leader

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