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ORT Kseifa Abu Rabe’a’s high school English teacher and English coordinator, Dr. Maha Alawdat, and some of her five-point English matriculation students.
(photo credit: JUDITH SUDILOVSKY)
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Many of the 26 English students in Dr. Maha Alawdat’s class at the ORT Kseifa Abu Rabe’s High School secretly hated her when they began studying with her three years ago.
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