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An Open Letter to Organizations with a Presence in Puerto Rico: #NoNosVamos

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Edwin D. Rios
WEPA! That's how it's done! WEPA! ¡ Asi es como se hace!
John E. Miles
I salute your commitment to those in Puerto Rico. As a former professor, ACTFL professional development director, and ETS examiner (TSE dfevelopment director and TOEFL developer), I stand with you in recognizing the commitment of our friends in Puerto Rico to the redevelopment of their island and society.
Kathy Coate
Thank you College Board for your leadership - for standing up and speaking out for our fellow citizens!
Ivette Ruiz Colon
Thank you David Coleman we will not give up. We care our Island and our people. Our compromise is strong and our faith.
Saritha
We stand by Puerto Rico !
Jennifer Sack
Thank you, College Board, for your continued support.
Barbara Prichard
How appropriate that President Coleman has stated with compassion and clarity the importance of the humanity response and position of the College Board.
Steve Brooks
Thank you for your leadership on this important issue affecting our fellow citizens - continued and enhanced efforts to promote access are part of the finest traditions of the College Board, and this is another occasion on which we can all be proud to be members.
Steve Brooks
Thank you for your leadership on this important issue affecting our fellow citizens - continued and enhanced efforts to promote access are part of the finest traditions of the College Board, and this is another occasion on which we can all be proud to be members.
Hector Freytas
ASPIRA of Illinois, is committed to supporting Puerto Rico and students forced to relocated stateside.
Suzanne McCray
We applaud College Board. The University of Arkansas is happy to offer in-state tuition to all students from Puerto Rico who need an alternative this spring or in the fall. We want to add our voice to College Board's--no nos vamos.
Suzanne McCray
We applaud College Board. The University of Arkansas is happy to offer in-state tuition to all students from Puerto Rico who need an alternative this spring or in the fall. We want to add our voice to College Board's--no nos vamos.
Jonathan Burdick
Thank you, College Board. To support the rebuilding process, the University of Rochester is inviting displaced college students from Puerto Rico to continue their undergraduate coursework in Rochester during the 2018 spring semester.

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