Spain's Queen Sofia visited El Salvador, where she toured a school that rehabilitates former gang members.Accompanied by Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno, the queen on Thursday traveled to the violence-plagued San Salvador neighborhood of Iberia where children clapped and waved flags, hoping to get a glimpse of Spanish royalty."This used to be wasteland... today it represents the hopes of many," said father Jose Maria Moratalla, director of the Don Bosco Industrial Park School.The school, built some 20 years ago with charitable contributions from Spain and the Inter-American Development Bank, provides general and technical instruction to more than 200 ex-gang members."My goal is to become a business manager and to study psychology," said Walter, a 20-year-old former gang member who declined to give his last name out of fear of reprisal. "I want to help people who have had similar problems," he said as dozens of children played in a building still under construction and others participated in a soccer game.Both Queen Sofia and Moreno were in town for an annual business forum. The Spanish queen, who has made six official visits to El Salvador since 1977, arrived Wednesday night and was scheduled to leave on Friday.(La reine Sofía avec le président de la Banque Interaméricaine de Développement (BID), Luis Alberto Moreno et le président de El Salvador, Antonio Saca).