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Chris Kotterman: Former Boy Scout committed to seeing children succeed (access required)

For years, Chris Kotterman, the Arizona School Boards Association director of governmental affairs, always got the question, “Oh, are you Penny’s son?” But recently, as he has settled in his career, that question has flipped.

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