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My students are honors freshmen at Waukegan High School. Waukegan is located about 42 miles due north of Chicago, and is the earliest "home town" of writer Ray Bradbury. Our school holds a Title One designation, meaning that many members of the community are considered low-income. They are students in my freshman honors literature and composition classes. About 80 percent of my students are of Hispanic origin, with about 10 percent African-American and another 10 percent of Asian or white ethnicity. They hail from hard-working families whose parents often hold down two or more jobs to make ends meet. And my students help out their families by taking care of younger siblings, doing chores, and working outside the home when they turn 16. In spite of, or perhaps, because of these challenges, they appear happy and well-adjusted. They want to be successful in life and make their families proud.

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My students are honors freshmen at Waukegan High School. Waukegan is located about 42 miles due north of Chicago, and is the earliest "home town" of writer Ray Bradbury. Our school holds a Title One designation, meaning that many members of the community are considered low-income. They are students in my freshman honors literature and composition classes. About 80 percent of my students are of Hispanic origin, with about 10 percent African-American and another 10 percent of Asian or white ethnicity. They hail from hard-working families whose parents often hold down two or more jobs to make ends meet. And my students help out their families by taking care of younger siblings, doing chores, and working outside the home when they turn 16. In spite of, or perhaps, because of these challenges, they appear happy and well-adjusted. They want to be successful in life and make their families proud.

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