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Mark Wahlberg talks staying in school

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Mark Wahlberg was in Irvine, Calif., on Monday to talk to Taco Bell employees about graduating from high school. The Boston-bred actor — who works with the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens — told recipients of a Taco Bell Foundation scholarship program that he’s proud that he recently got his degree online and hopes they do the same. Wahlberg also praised Michael Allen, now principal of Randolph High School, for being a mentor during his education.

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