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Raising the Achievement of English Language Learners in the Buffalo Public Schools: Report of the Strategic Support Team of the Council of the Great City Schools, 2009
Raising the Achievement of English Language Learners in the Buffalo Public Schools: Report of the Strategic Support Team of the Council of the Great City Schools, 2009
The Buffalo Public Schools have made important strides since the somber days in 2000 when the Council of the Great City Schools concluded that the school...
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Raising the Achievement of English Language Learners in the Buffalo Public Schools: Report of the Strategic Support Team of the Council of the Great City Schools, 2009
Pijanowski and Nowak Families of Buffalo, New York : the first 100 years in America, 1860-1986
Pijanowski and Nowak Families of Buffalo, New York : the first 100 years in America, 1860-1986
Theofil Pijanowski and his wife Anna Pilarska immigrated to the United States from Poland in 1886. They settled in Buffalo, N.Y. with their son Peter. Peter married Estelle Nowak whose parents had come to Buffalo from Poland during the same time period. Biographical and genealogical information on them and their descendants. Includes Broderick, Cleary, Fant, and related families.
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Pijanowski and Nowak Families of Buffalo, New York : the first 100 years in America, 1860-1986
Carl and Veronica (née Modrzejewska) Schwertfeger / Schwert and their descendants : from Lagschau, West Prussia to Buffalo,
Carl and Veronica (née Modrzejewska) Schwertfeger / Schwert and their descendants : from Lagschau, West Prussia to Buffalo,
Carl Schwertfeger, son of Gotlib Schwertfeger, was born in1824. He married Veronica Modrzejewska (1830-1906), daughter of Adalbert Modrzejewski and Zuszanna Zapendowska, in 1850 in Gardschau, West Prussia.
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Carl and Veronica (née Modrzejewska) Schwertfeger / Schwert and their descendants : from Lagschau, West Prussia to Buffalo,
Somali Refugees in Buffalo: The Impact of Language Barrier on the Health Care Access, 2018
Somali Refugees in Buffalo: The Impact of Language Barrier on the Health Care Access, 2018
Over the course of the last decade, the United States of America has resettled many refugees from different parts of the world as part of its yearly refugee intake; upon settling to United States, refugees face challenges as they adjust to their new communities and new environments. The impacts of language barriers and health disparities among immigrant groups and refugees in the country have become increasingly unquestionable and clear. Due to inability to speak and communicate in English, current refugees in the U.S are facing problems when accessing healthcare facilities. The U.S. govern...
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Somali Refugees in Buffalo: The Impact of Language Barrier on the Health Care Access, 2018