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Posted: Saturday, March 15, 2014 11:00 pm | Updated: 8:20 am, Mon Mar 17, 2014.

On a recent afternoon, Tony Gerlicz — sporting a tie with images of children from around the world — spoke with parents and students about Santa Fe Public Schools’ first International Baccalaureate school, set to open in August.

“What type of adults do you want your kids to be?” he asked the group gathered in the Kearny Elementary School gym.

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  • Matthew Ellis posted at 2:38 pm on Fri, Mar 21, 2014.

    PumpTrolley Posts: 10

    Excellent! Let us make this a shining example of what public schools can be!

     
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