Paul Miller began teaching in 1934. President Roosevelt's New Deal was in full swing. The Nazi party was on the rise in Germany.
Miller was fresh out of "the cheapest school that I could find," where the only degree he could get was in elementary education, he said.
Today, 75 years and about 27,000 school days later, Paul Miller, now 93, is still teaching mathematics.
And he has no plans to quit anytime soon.
"He loves what he does and he wouldn't know what to do if he had more free...Full Story