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  • A refugee herself, Dalya Abdullah works with students who are part of a new wave of immigrants arriving to the Sacramento region

    Dalya Abdullah, a bilingual instructional assistant at Howe Avenue Elementary School in Arden Arcade, discusses her work with refugee students.

Dalya Abdullah, a bilingual instructional assistant at Howe Avenue Elementary School in Arden Arcade, discusses her work with refugee students. Loretta Kalb lkalb@sacbee.com
Dalya Abdullah, a bilingual instructional assistant at Howe Avenue Elementary School in Arden Arcade, discusses her work with refugee students. Loretta Kalb lkalb@sacbee.com

Schools scramble to hire bilingual aides as more refugee students arrive

January 21, 2017 3:25 PM

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