From left, English teacher Elise Crisp, Andres Soto Jr. and principal Ronald Chi at Soto’s graduation in 2013 from The Learning Center. Crisp held the diploma because Soto told his teachers that it belonged to all of them, not just him.
From left, English teacher Elise Crisp, Andres Soto Jr. and principal Ronald Chi at Soto’s graduation in 2013 from The Learning Center. Crisp held the diploma because Soto told his teachers that it belonged to all of them, not just him. Photo courtesy of Ronald Chi
From left, English teacher Elise Crisp, Andres Soto Jr. and principal Ronald Chi at Soto’s graduation in 2013 from The Learning Center. Crisp held the diploma because Soto told his teachers that it belonged to all of them, not just him. Photo courtesy of Ronald Chi

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