Nevada's rural high schools face unique roadblocks when it comes to helping their students make it to graduation and beyond. To learn more, Brent Boynton from our public media partner KNPB reached out to Adam Young, the principal at White Pine High School in Ely. Here's their conversation.
Young's district has a graduation rate higher than 90%. He says that one of the positives about rural education is making one-on-one connections with students.
"With all the challenges of rural education," Young said, "that is the beauty of it."