Cole Earl, 15, checks his blind spot while Jordan Driving School instructor Donti Coats corrects his steering during a driving lesson at Athens Drive High School on Tuesday. As the state weighs cutting support for drivers ed, schools will have to cut or raise class fees.
Cole Earl, 15, checks his blind spot while Jordan Driving School instructor Donti Coats corrects his steering during a driving lesson at Athens Drive High School on Tuesday. As the state weighs cutting support for drivers ed, schools will have to cut or raise class fees. sshaw@newsobserver.com
Cole Earl, 15, checks his blind spot while Jordan Driving School instructor Donti Coats corrects his steering during a driving lesson at Athens Drive High School on Tuesday. As the state weighs cutting support for drivers ed, schools will have to cut or raise class fees. sshaw@newsobserver.com

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