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Parents Joan Noller, center left, and Sonya Hogan, center right, are opponents of a Lawrence school board proposal to make Sunflower School a "neighborhood" English as a Second Language site. Noller and Hogan say they are against the proposal because of the possibility of losing teachers at the school due to ESL certification requirements. On the Sunflower playground Monday with their mothers are, from left, Noller's children Sara, 14, and Molli, 12, and Hogan's children Judith, 2, Noah, 9 and Caleb, 7.

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