Camuy 00627, Puerto Rico

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Escuela Luis F. Crespo

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César Lopez said 4 years ago
Una buena estructura sin embargo el DE debería darle más mantenimiento. El personal docente se divide en dos: aquellos que se roban el sueldo y aquellos que educan incansablemente a los estudiantes para forjar una mejor generación.
Ana Cruz Marrero said 8 years ago
Soy una buena matre
A Google User said 9 years ago
Las facilidades están descuidadas y la falta de compromiso con la educación por parte de algunos miembros del personal docente es evidente...
antonio arias said 5 years ago
Mabelisse Mieles Hernandez said 5 years ago

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