by US Department of Education, Teacher shadowing HD Cooke 90 | Diana Schneider from the U.S. Department of Education shadows teacher, … | FlickrHosts provide significant expertise and projects related to inclusive education, relevant community partnerships, options for a community service component, experiential learning and networking opportunities, workplace culture and educational opportunities to the international Fellows who contribute to the workplace while devising plans for follow-on projects back home. Hosts also have the opportunity to apply for one of approximately six fully-funded technical assistance onsite visits to their Fellow’s home country to support project implementation.

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Spring 2017 Host International Travel

Four ADA International Fellowship Program Hosts will travel to Brazil, Kenya and Tanzania to provide technical assistance to former Fellows as they implement inclusive education projects planned during their Fellowships. Hosts from the University of Montana, University of South Dakota, University of Vermont and Minot State University will travel this fall.