Seventy-Three High School Graduates from 40 Countries = HOPE

I tuned into the live streaming yesterday to watch the graduation ceremony at United World College, Costa Rica. Unlike the traditional orderly processions, mortar boards with tassels, and ritual anthems, this event spoke volumes of an educational movement started in 1962.When was the last time you watched a graduation ceremony where the first people who are seated and applauded are the hourly workers who make life on campus possible: from cafeteria to maintenance, from housekeeping to gardening?

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