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- Xavier Reyes
Founder, Academia Moderna

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President, Education Growth Group

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Director of Business Service, New Design Schools

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Former Executive Director, New City Public Schools

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Executive Director, Academia Avance

"They spent a lot of time at our school. They got to know the staff members and students and they worked with us. They seem to be proud of our accomplishments as any one of the members of our community would be…"
- Becky Meyer
Executive Director, Academy for Sciences and Agriculture

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