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Mary Hall is a second grade teacher at Logan-Rogersville Elementary School and is working her masters in Literacy at Missouri State University. Dr. Beth Hurst, Dr. Pamela Correll, and Dr. Kayla Lewis teach in the Graduate Literacy Program at Missouri State University.