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  • What is the lens through which you see the world?

    Cindy Wilson, government teacher at Capital High School, often talks to students about placing her daughter for adoption — and reconnecting with her 30 years later. She encourages students to reflect on experiences that color their lives as well.

What is the lens through which you see the world?

Cindy Wilson, government teacher at Capital High School, often talks to students about placing her daughter for adoption — and reconnecting with her 30 years later. She encourages students to reflect on experiences that color their lives as well.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com