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Supporting the Specialized Needs of Refugee Students

During this presentation, two instructors from Baltimore City Community College will share their experiences supporting refugees and other unique English learner populations. These populations traditionally experience obstacles separate from mainstream English learners. As community colleges, non-profits and other community organizations continue to admit student populations with new and varied academic backgrounds and socio-emotional experiences, it is imperative that tools are developed and skills taught for working with Refugees and other unique populations.

Presented by: Amber Hengen & Kirstin Thomas from Baltimore City Community College

This presentation is a part of the second Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.


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