teaching rolls: They get together about once a week to exchange stories and catch up on each other's lives, according to Toronto Star. Fatima Darwish is telling the group about her life now, much different than the one she left behind in Aleppo, Syria. It's an unseasonably warm late November day, and the women, all newcomers to Canada, have travelled a long distance to get to suburban Scarborough, many having made the trip on public transit. Back then she was the equivalent of a junior high school teacher, instructing several subjects from physics to Arabic. Despite perfect fluency in English, she isn't optimistic of her prospects of teaching in the Canadian public school system. Now she's hoping to get onto the teaching rolls of a privately run Toronto Arabic school. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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