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Then 6 years old, Sophie Miner leads a group of home-schooled students across a bridge during a nature walk at Hartley in February 2009. Such walks could become a thing of the past for some 600 Duluth-area students if leaders of a nature-immersion education program scrap the initiative over concerns about proposed changes to Hartley. (File / News Tribune)

Chuck Frederick column: Keep outdoor ed program at Hartley

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Everything changes when they get outside, out in nature. Children unruly in the classroom find focus. Students missed by traditional teaching suddenly are engaged. And everyone’s learning improves.

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