Southern Lehigh Students Learn an Ancient Tongue
When students enter Alshimaa Nofal's class at Southern Lehigh High School, they offer the usual greetings and pleasantries — but in Arabic.
Nofal, from Alexandria, Egypt, is one of 10 Arabic speakers selected to teach the language in the United States under the Teachers of Critical Languages Program, an initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and implemented by American Councils for International Education.
Published in The Morning Call.
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