U.S.-Russian teacher exchange opens global perspective for students

10/31/2011 | Russia Beyond The Headlines (Moscow)

An international outreach project at George Mason University allowed 20 Russian teachers to visit Northern Virginia and five American teachers to travel to Vladivostok, Russia. The U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs funded the program, and it focused on educating students in foreign languages, plus science, technology, engineering and math. The teachers from opposite sides of the globe have stayed in contact following the visits and continued collaborating.

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