The teacher retention problem at Page Unified School District is concerning, complicated, and clouded with discrepancies. At the center of it all is the man hired to fix it. The Chronicle spoke with PUSD Superintendent Larry Wallen last week. The interview covered various topics, everything from caulking leaky windows, finances, curriculum, teaching methods, housing, and teacher resignations. The Chronicle also spoke with teachers, past, present, and recently resigned. While some accounts align, some don't. Even where there is agreement, there are gray areas, opposing nuances, and in some areas, lack of clarity. The common denominator is a concern for the children and their education.