In the normally black and white landscape one year after Haiti's catastrophic earthquake, the school pops out. It's name, the Institute Classic de Lalue, is festooned in blues and reds on a banner across the entrance. The latticed school rooms are painted in Caribbean purple and yellow.
The once three-story K-12 school represents both Haiti's promise and it's plight.
"We haven't received a penny from the government," Principal Gellene Charles erupted. "Nothing."
Instead, the...Full Story