Students from three Carlos Rosario classes made brilliant speeches in their end-of-school-year One World competition. “They were amazing with their poise and pride in what they had accomplished,” said One World Director of Curriculum and Instruction Jessica Leader.  They spoke about the ravages of fentanyl, the dangers of fracking, and the importance of starting early in teaching emotional intelligence.

Their use of compelling evidence impressed One World program manager Lyric Simms. “They found facts from credible sources that drove home the importance of their arguments.”