In This Kentucky Town, Refugees Can Go to a Public High School Designed for Them

May 4, 2017 | The Washington Post

A public high school in Bowling Green, KY aims to help immigrant and refugee students succeed by providing them ways to develop their English language skills and deal with traumas they may have encountered in their home countries. Bowling Green -- population of around 60,000 -- has taken in around 3,000 refugees in the past five years.

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