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EdX Learner Georgiana Blantin, age 25 from Baja California, Mexico, was a student from the last iteration of HTML5 Coding Essentials and Best Practices in June 2015, and wrote in to the course staff to share her experience.  I grew up homeschooled in a very small town – a very isolated life – and it means so much to me to have found such a...

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Mexico Hello my name is Liliana Martínez and I’m from Mexico. I just wanted to thank edX for this amazing opportunity. Being able to watch lectures from top universities like Harvard and MIT for free, is definitely one of the best experiences I’ve had. This year I enrolled in Justice by Michael Sandel and just loved it, this course changed my life, it broadened my perspective and encouraged...

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Mexico City, Mexico | Age 19 I live in Mexico City, with both of my parents. Since I was little, I was taught to respect the world we live in, and most of all, respect all forms of life. I became vegetarian when I was 13 years old. At school, one of my favorite lessons was biology. I was amazed of how all the mechanisms...

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