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Watertown

Teaching Armenian, sans teacher

The retirement of Anahid Yacoubian, who founded Watertown High’s Armenian program, has nearly led to its demise. The retirement of Anahid Yacoubian, who founded Watertown High’s Armenian program, has nearly led to its demise. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff/File)
By Erica Noonan
Globe Staff / December 27, 2009

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In a bid to save one of the last public school Armenian-language programs in the nation, Watertown officials are experimenting with a hybrid class for upper-level students. (Full article: 835 words)

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