Of her experiences thus far, she describes it as, “Outstanding! It has been amazing meeting teachers from across the country and world to discuss global learning opportunities for our students.”
“The professional learning weekend in Washington, D.C., was the most rewarding learning experience I have had thus far in my professional career,” said Richardson Lahrman. “My work through the fellowship to bring global learning opportunities to my school community will be incredibly influential for students and staff alike. This incredible opportunity is capstoned by a trip with the fellowship group to Peru to study global learning up close in a Peruvian village school.”
Educators in the 12-month, in-depth professional development experience will learn skills to help realize the power of global thinking in themselves and their students.
The opportunity to apply for the 2021 cohort closes Feb. 1. Learn more about the fellowship and apply at neafoundation.org.