For Jeff Aranguena, getting an education was something he thought he already did.
Then Covid-19 hit.
“This is not going to be a sprint, this is going to be a marathon,” said Aranguena, the superintendent of the Mariposa County Unified School District.
Little did Aranguena know when he took the job last year, under circumstances he could not have predicted, that his education would spill over into a pandemic as well as working with superintendents around the state.
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