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October 27, 2020 38 min
Join Nishi Langhorne & Kathleen Otal as we engage in a conversation with Sarah Eqab, ESOL specialist and educator in FCPS. Sarah shares her story as a bicultural FCPS graduate. She emphasizes the importance of embracing identity, following passion, and giving people the benefit of the doubt. Follow Sarah on Twitter @EqabEsol Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes so you know when our next episode is released and leave a review because your feedback counts! Podcast website: Twitter: @MrsLanghorne @KathleenOtal Email:
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