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When talking about changes in education, Levy County School Superintendent Robert Hastings likes to bring up a story from his time as a long-jumper at Bronson High School. For the event, Hastings would run up to the edge of the pit, accelerate into the air and land as deep into the pit of sand that served as a landing pad as he could. The coach made sure he did. During practice, he put a folding chair in the pit. After each successful jump, the coach put the chair further away.
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