History teacher Sue Gularte talks with new students, from left, Daniella Guerra, Hnub Lee and Katie Yang, on the first day of classes at the new Phillip J. Patino School of Entrepreneurship. Students are often seated in groups, rather than traditional long rows to encourage group cooperation.
History teacher Sue Gularte talks with new students, from left, Daniella Guerra, Hnub Lee and Katie Yang, on the first day of classes at the new Phillip J. Patino School of Entrepreneurship. Students are often seated in groups, rather than traditional long rows to encourage group cooperation. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
History teacher Sue Gularte talks with new students, from left, Daniella Guerra, Hnub Lee and Katie Yang, on the first day of classes at the new Phillip J. Patino School of Entrepreneurship. Students are often seated in groups, rather than traditional long rows to encourage group cooperation. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com

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