Earlier this week we had the privilege to speak with a youth panel about their experience growing up in the Georgian educational system. The three students are all currently in college and, through different grant programs, have spent some time in the US on exchange programs. They gave us the student’s perspective on the current state of education in Georgia. Since they’ve been in American schools (two of them for a whole year) they were able to compare and contrast the two systems. Here are some things I found interesting.
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Stephen Blan teaches US History at Fort Worth Country Day in Fort Worth, TX and is a 2015 Teachers for Global Classrooms Fellow.