Nigerian visitors learn about education in Northeastern Wisconsin

10:05 PM, May 3, 2013
Kindergarten students perform a song and dance for Nigerian educators, from left, Nwamaka Madichie, Jerome Okoye, Irene Okoye, and Theresa Okafor, during a visit Wednesday to Wisconsin International School in De Pere.
Kindergarten students perform a song and dance for Nigerian educators, from left, Nwamaka Madichie, Jerome Okoye, Irene Okoye, and Theresa Okafor, during a visit Wednesday to Wisconsin International School in De Pere.
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Nigerian educators traveled across the ocean to learn about education in the U.S. this week.

Nine teachers and administrators visited Green Bay as part of a program sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Institute for Learning Partnership and Professional Program in Education.

They learned about teaching methods and curriculum, as well as ways to develop language programs or enhance cultural diversity in elementary and secondary schools. They spent time on the UW-Green Bay campus and visited St. Norbert College. They also spent time in schools in the Brown County area. ...

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