English as a Second Language

AnhThu Nguyen\r\nSep. 21, 2006\r\nDelgado ESL\r\nProfessor Yadira Diaz\r\n\r\nVietnam native\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nDelgado After Katrina\r\n\r\nHurricane Katrina was one of the most frightful disasters which many Americans and people around the world will never forget. It came through New Orleans and left a terrible catastrophe here. Of course, Delgado Community College was not an exception. After Katrina, Delgado has faced many changes for the worse. The scene of destruction at Delgado was heartbreaking; many buildings were damaged, the library was flooded, and most books were destroyed. Now, Delgado is only operating at fifty percent capacity. There aren�¼t enough offices for employees to work in. The students don�¼t have enough classrooms, computer labs and they also don�¼t have a library. In addition, many teachers have left after hurricane Katrina, the lack of teacher results in a lot of limited courses. However, students and teachers are struggling to keep up with their curricula. Indeed, Delgado is facing many difficulties; it needs some help and assistance in order to be restored.\r\n\r\n


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