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Hawaii students learn English by writing about immigration

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                                “Windows and Mirrors” and “Holding On” were the first two books written by Waipahu High School students in the English Learner Program.
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“Windows and Mirrors” and “Holding On” were the first two books written by Waipahu High School students in the English Learner Program.

COURTESY DOE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
                                Pauleen Figuracion, left, Christian Tangonan and Evon Lozano participated in the English Learner Program and received scholarships from the sales of the books that include their stories.
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COURTESY DOE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT

Pauleen Figuracion, left, Christian Tangonan and Evon Lozano participated in the English Learner Program and received scholarships from the sales of the books that include their stories.

COURTESY DOE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
                                Students in Waipahu High School’s English Learner Program discuss how to improve their stories, published in three books since 2021 under a state literacy development grant.
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COURTESY DOE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT

Students in Waipahu High School’s English Learner Program discuss how to improve their stories, published in three books since 2021 under a state literacy development grant.

COURTESY PHOTO
                                “Windows and Mirrors” and “Holding On” were the first two books written by Waipahu High School students in the English Learner Program.
COURTESY DOE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
                                Pauleen Figuracion, left, Christian Tangonan and Evon Lozano participated in the English Learner Program and received scholarships from the sales of the books that include their stories.
COURTESY DOE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
                                Students in Waipahu High School’s English Learner Program discuss how to improve their stories, published in three books since 2021 under a state literacy development grant.