By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – At 9AM the Casa do Caminho Language Centre is a hive of activity. The four, fully air-conditioned classrooms, situated just one block away from the new Ipanema metro station, rapidly fill up with students chattering in an array of languages.
This month the center celebrates its one-year anniversary. Business is apparently booming, but what sets this school apart from the herd of language centers and tutors plying for business in Rio de Janeiro is its philanthropic calling.
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