Welcoming Afghan Students: How Educators Have Become Key in Aiding Refugees

James Sayavong knows what it’s like to be a refugee in America. His father was a military officer in Laos when the communists overran his country after the U.S. pulled out of Vietnam and the surrounding area. His mother buried documents in the yard for fear that the communist government would come after their family. They eluded government authorities, and James and his siblings were able to continue going to school in Laos for...

  • Terrence Falk
  • Wisconsin Examiner
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