COLUMBIA — At 9 p.m. Thursday, learning specialist Bill Bishop left work at Oakland Junior High School after finishing a four-hour tutoring session with two students. During regular school hours, he teaches in a portable classroom, working one-on-one with students who have severe behavioral problems and have been pulled from the regular classroom.
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