Jay'len Richardson, 5, raises his hand in class at Liberty Academy, April 19, 2016. The school is a preschool that offers high-quality care for students living in a challenged neighborhood.
Jay'len Richardson, 5, raises his hand in class at Liberty Academy, April 19, 2016. The school is a preschool that offers high-quality care for students living in a challenged neighborhood. CHARLES TRAINOR JR Miami Herald File
Jay'len Richardson, 5, raises his hand in class at Liberty Academy, April 19, 2016. The school is a preschool that offers high-quality care for students living in a challenged neighborhood. CHARLES TRAINOR JR Miami Herald File

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