The Institute for Learning Partnership and Professional Program in Education were happily busy all last week, hosting nine Nigerian educators for a week of learning and cultural exchange. The visitors participated in a variety of sessions and programs here at UW-Green Bay and elsewhere in the community, including in the K-12 schools. We’ll have more on their time here soon, but for now, check out a great photo and article that appeared in Saturday’s (May 4) Green Bay Press-Gazette.
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