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New programs help refugees in Idaho reclaim their careers

The Idaho Statesman – Anna Webb

“Schools are familiar places for Asukulu Etoka. He was a teacher in his homeland, the Democratic Republic of Congo. While teaching, he went to school himself, earning certificates and an advanced degree. He became a middle school principal, then a high school principal. Today, he still works in an academic setting, but he has a different role: He’s one of two night custodians at Hidden Springs Elementary. His day starts at 3 p.m. and ends at 11, after he has cleaned the school’s four buildings, classrooms and hallways.”(more)

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