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Crystal Devore, left, helps Ifrah Dahir, 17, make the final changes to her report on the state of North Carolina before Dahir presents the report Monday to her class at Willmar Senior High School. Devore teaches the English Language Learner I class at the school and has quickly become a favorite among the district's Somali students. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

ELL students finding their niche in school

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When the announcement came Monday morning that school would be closing early because of snow, cheers echoed from classrooms all over Willmar Senior High. But there were no cheers from Faraah Mire, 17. She has a lot of learn, she said, and "I would rather stay at school."

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Linda Vanderwerf

I cover education issues for the West Central Tribune and have worked for the paper since 1995. I have worked in journalism since 1981.

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