In part IV of the Drive to D.C. series, the team visits HQ Raleigh and discusses the use of technology in education.
In this segment of the Drive to D.C. journey, the PenPal Schools team meets with students, activists, entrepreneurs, and mechanics as they have more adventures aboard the blue bus.
In Part II of the Drive to D.C. story, the PenPal Schools team stopped at Cesar Chavez High School in Houston to discuss community and global education.
Meet the 2015 cohort of Global Ambassadors! PenPal Schools Global Ambassadors are passionate educators dedicated to providing excellent educational opportunities for learners everywhere while breaking down cultural barriers.
In late April, the PenPal Schools team set out from Austin, TX to Washington D.C., where they planned to compete in the 1776 Challenge Cup. Along the way, they made stops at schools and held open meetings to discuss issues that mattered to students, educators and activists. For nearly a month, the PenPal Schools bus was on the road, and this is the first part of that story
PenPal exchanges offer students unparalleled opportunities to learn about world cultures. Sometimes this even means dispelling myths or eliminating misunderstandings! Check out this example of how an eighth grade social studies class at the American School in Guadalajara taught students at Terrill Middle School in New Jersey about Mexican culture via their PenPal exchange.
PenPal Schools connects over 100,000 students in 170 countries to learn together.
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