BELLINGHAM — While most students are away from their classrooms on summer break, a lecture hall at Western Washington University’s Miller Hall bustled last week with students.

Displayed on the projector were photos of household products such as cooking oil, cleaning solutions and shampoo — all of which had their labels removed so the high school students could guess what they were.

“You don’t always know what’s inside just by looking at the container,” Richland High School teacher John Bittinger told the students.

That’s a message the staff leading the Dare to Dream Academy through the university’s Woodring College of Education hoped the 100 students from migrant farmworker families would take to heart as they

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