Lisa Levasseur

program specialist in the Elk Grove Unified Family and Community Engagement Department

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The U.S. government is working to resettle tens of thousands of Afghan refugees following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan.

How a Sacramento-area school district is handling thousands of new Afghan students

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