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Oklahoma districts seek to bring teacher diversity in line with student body

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Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Sean McDaniel reads to Hawthorne Elementary students during an assembly to recognize top readers. 
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Oklahoma City Public Schools Superintendent Sean McDaniel reads to Hawthorne Elementary students during an assembly to recognize top readers. [PHOTO PROVIDED]
Oklahoma City Public Schools, the state's largest school district with 45,000 students, is also among the most diverse. They speak more than 78 languages, including Arabic, Burmese, Chinese, French, Russian and Vietnamese, data provided by the district show. The majority of students — 22,825 — spoke English at home during the 2017-18 school...
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