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As Puerto Rico’s Schools Continue Recovery, Controversy Ramps Up

August 22, 2018 1:28

Nearly a year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s schools still basic repairs as the 2018-19 school year gets underway. But a policy overhaul championed by Secretary of Education Julia Keleher, focused on school choice and new labor and academic policies, is sharply dividing opinion.

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