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An age to begin anew

Adopted Ethiopians strive to adjust to life in Lexington

Dawit Katz, 16, sat with teammates after track practice at Lexington High School. Katz is learning English at Bunker Hill Community College and takes home-school classes. Dawit Katz, 16, sat with teammates after track practice at Lexington High School. Katz is learning English at Bunker Hill Community College and takes home-school classes. (PHOTOS BY JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Sally Sara
Globe Correspondent / April 23, 2008

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LEXINGTON - Ask how old the Katz children are, and you may need some time to get the answer. The four siblings have all been adopted from Ethiopia, and figuring out their Ethiopian age, US age, and school age require some calculations. (Full article: 1107 words)

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