Khiara Limunoz, 14, is a top student. She’s the kind of kid whom teachers brag about and believe in. But no amount of positive reinforcement could relieve the dread Khiara felt every day when she walked into her Miami middle school.
"I did not want to come. Honesty, I did not," the eighth-grader told The Huffington Post. "I felt like I was in prison."