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NEA leader speaks at Altamont High



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ALTAMONT -- Graduation ceremonies at a small Utah high school included a big name in education.

Graduates at Altamont High, which is located outside Duchesne, heard from Lily Eskelsen. Once president of the Utah Education Association, she now leads the National Education Association in Washington, D.C.

Eskelsen reminded students their diplomas represent lessons learned that aren't measured with a paper and pencil. "Those are the lessons that come around and go around, and the world will be a better place because you learned what was important," she said.

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