Maria Jose Lainez, 18, right, receives a certificate for completing the Success Pathways program, run by Miami-Dade Public Schools. Yamila Carballo, principal of The English Center, gives Lainez her accolade.
Maria Jose Lainez, 18, right, receives a certificate for completing the Success Pathways program, run by Miami-Dade Public Schools. Yamila Carballo, principal of The English Center, gives Lainez her accolade. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com
Maria Jose Lainez, 18, right, receives a certificate for completing the Success Pathways program, run by Miami-Dade Public Schools. Yamila Carballo, principal of The English Center, gives Lainez her accolade. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com

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