Teachers say they are determined to work in Kansas schools despite the turmoil over funding and politics. Ruthe Goff, Hocker Grove Middle School’s art teacher, is a lifelong Kansas resident and can't imagine teaching anywhere else.
Teachers say they are determined to work in Kansas schools despite the turmoil over funding and politics. Ruthe Goff, Hocker Grove Middle School’s art teacher, is a lifelong Kansas resident and can't imagine teaching anywhere else. JILL TOYOSHIBA Kansas City Star file photo
Teachers say they are determined to work in Kansas schools despite the turmoil over funding and politics. Ruthe Goff, Hocker Grove Middle School’s art teacher, is a lifelong Kansas resident and can't imagine teaching anywhere else. JILL TOYOSHIBA Kansas City Star file photo

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