The Tennessean: Artists teach poetry at Metro Schools
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The Tennessean: Artists teach poetry at Metro Schools

“What’s really cool is the kids who are English language learners, they found a way to translate to each other,” said Terry Occhiogrosso, who led students in Holly Harris’ class. “So they’re telling their ideas in Spanish and then the other kids who speak English and Spanish translate.”

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