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Burma pupils aided by newcomer class

ROGERS — The children of Burmese refugees who have settled in Clarksville needed basic language skills, including learning the letters of the English alphabet, when they began arriving two years ago, said Ashley Warren, an Englishas-a-second-language teacher at Kraus Middle School in Clarksville.

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  • Headline: Burma pupils aided by newcomer class
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 9 on 10/12/2013
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