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Re: Chinese educators visit schools in Jersey City to gain insights
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Also on the tour: learning about drug trafficking enforcement in Mexico, disaster management in Haiti, and free market economics in Venezuela.

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I doubt they went to public schools. Prob stopped by Prep though.

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They're obviously here to see how NOT to run a school system.

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Chinese educators visit schools in Jersey City to gain insights
Published: Wednesday, August 04, 2010, 10:04 AM
The Jersey Journal

Katie Colaneri/The Jersey Journal

Four educators from the Nanjing-Langwen School in Nanjing, China paid a visit to Sacred Heart School in Jersey City yesterday morning, one stop on their 15-day tour of U.S. schools to seek opportunities for cultural exchange and learn more about the American school system, The Jersey Journal reported in today's editions.
Teachers and administrators gathered for a roundtable discussion of everything from the philosophy of teaching to technology in the classroom.
"We really have different views, but we have one common goal - we want the best for our students," said Sacred Heart Vice Principal Elvira Gabot.

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