Washington Elementary teacher Priscilla Yeakley teaches a class of students who were born in other countries. More refugees are entering the Wichita public schools, including children who were born and raised in camps. (Apr.15, 2015)
Washington Elementary teacher Priscilla Yeakley teaches a class of students who were born in other countries. More refugees are entering the Wichita public schools, including children who were born and raised in camps. (Apr.15, 2015) Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Washington Elementary teacher Priscilla Yeakley teaches a class of students who were born in other countries. More refugees are entering the Wichita public schools, including children who were born and raised in camps. (Apr.15, 2015) Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

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