Bilingual instructional aide Dalya Abdullah helps Ali Al-Shaban, 6, in his first grade class last year. The number of refugee students in San Juan Unified has soared in recent years, boosting demand for instructors for English learners whose native languages include Arabic, Farsi, Dari and Pasto.
Bilingual instructional aide Dalya Abdullah helps Ali Al-Shaban, 6, in his first grade class last year. The number of refugee students in San Juan Unified has soared in recent years, boosting demand for instructors for English learners whose native languages include Arabic, Farsi, Dari and Pasto. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Bilingual instructional aide Dalya Abdullah helps Ali Al-Shaban, 6, in his first grade class last year. The number of refugee students in San Juan Unified has soared in recent years, boosting demand for instructors for English learners whose native languages include Arabic, Farsi, Dari and Pasto. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

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