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I teach 7th and 8th grade at a charter school with an 89% free and reduced lunch rate in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Our school serves a predominantly Hmong-American population. Many of the students are either second or third generation refugees, and their parents and grandparents allied with the United States during the Vietnam War. Most are English language learners and speak Hmong at home. The more they read and write in English, the more prepared they will be for high school and higher education.

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I teach 7th and 8th grade at a charter school with an 89% free and reduced lunch rate in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Our school serves a predominantly Hmong-American population. Many of the students are either second or third generation refugees, and their parents and grandparents allied with the United States during the Vietnam War. Most are English language learners and speak Hmong at home. The more they read and write in English, the more prepared they will be for high school and higher education.

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