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'School of second chances' opens in Costa Rica
by Todd Scala, Head of Fundraising
The Tico Times Translate This Article
16 February 2019
On 16 February 2019 The Tico Times reported:
Last month, The Costa Rican School of Opportunities opened in San Jose and has 75 adult students working toward obtaining a high school degree. It is the only free private school in the country, and maybe Central America, designed to get adults back into the classroom to finish their secondary degrees. The school was the brainchild of Robert Flanzer, a United States citizen from Atlanta (Georgia) with many deep ties to Costa Rica.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of education, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Flanzer was aware that many Costa Ricans leave school at a young age and never return. He also knew that having a secondary degree opens doors and provides for greater economic success. With a private foundation grant, Flanzer began the hard work of turning his vision into a reality.
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