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Community leaders see education in progress

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Harrison Hill first-graders Marley Chambers, left, and Mattea Neace explain their work to local business and community leaders, from left, Mark Becker, Pone Vongphachanh, Joel Daas and Ellen Cutter as part of Fort Wayne Community Schools’ Seeing Is Believing Tour. Local leaders learned firsthand about educational programs offered at Towles Intermediate School and South Side High School, as well as Harrison Hill.

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