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Korean Vice Minister for Education to visit local schools

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Several Fulton County schools will host a visit from 12 Korean master teachers for a teaching exchange program. 

The program, according to a spokeswoman from FCS, is sponsored by the Georgia Department of Education and the Korean Ministry of Education Science and Technology. 

The program lasts for eight weeks, and helps Korean teachers to improve their English and class management skills. The Korean teachers will instruct along with Fulton County teachers, who will mentor and give feedback to the visitors. 

Ha Tae-Yun, Korean Vice Minister of Education will be in Atlanta on March 25 - 26 to meet with Georgia school teachers. 

Fulton County Schools Superintendent Robert Avossa said, "Having the opportunity to meet the vice minister and host these excellent teachers in our schools is a tremendous opportunity and experience. It will give both of our countries a deeper understanding of each other's educational systems." 

 

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