In today's Tucson, immigrants speak more than just Spanish

03/4/2013 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

As a city near the Mexican border, Tucson, Ariz., has a long history of new immigrants populating its communities and schools. Most were Spanish speakers, but in recent years, Tucson has attracted a wide range of refugees from all over the world, speaking Nepalese and Arabic, among other languages. One local educator reports having English language learners who speak 40 different languages or dialects.

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