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Bilingual paraprofessionals, those of color, return to college

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Glorene Stewart reads to kindergarten students at North Highland Elementary School in Oklahoma City. Stewart, a longtime teaching assistant, is participating in a program that pays for paraprofessionals of color to become certified teachers. [JIM BECKEL/THE OKLAHOMAN]
Glorene Stewart reads to kindergarten students at North Highland Elementary School in Oklahoma City. Stewart, a longtime teaching assistant, is participating in a program that pays for paraprofessionals of color to become certified teachers. [JIM BECKEL/THE OKLAHOMAN]
Glorene Stewart wanted to do more than help teachers. She wanted to be one. But the longtime classroom assistant at North Highland Elementary in the Oklahoma City school district couldn't afford to make her dream come true. Until now. Stewart and four other assistants are part of pilot program to put more teachers of color in Oklahoma...
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