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Fri., Jan. 21, 2011, 12:45 p.m.

Hillyard-based IEL facing cuts

At the Institute for Extended Learning’s Hillyard Center, English as a second language teacher Sabina Herdrich, third from left, helps students, left to right, Vera Sergeyeva and Larisa Sergeyeva from Russia and Vira Rusavuk from Ukraine, with an assignment.  (Colin Mulvany)
At the Institute for Extended Learning’s Hillyard Center, English as a second language teacher Sabina Herdrich, third from left, helps students, left to right, Vera Sergeyeva and Larisa Sergeyeva from Russia and Vira Rusavuk from Ukraine, with an assignment. (Colin Mulvany)

The Institute For Extended Learning teaches English as a second language - among many other things - and it's facing budget cuts. Read colleague Kevin Graman's story here.




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