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Teacher brings back lessons from Morocco

MICHELLE STEELE, AN MUHS French teacher, got the most out of her Fulbright research in Morocco. Here, she chats with a local man over a cup of hot mint tea, a ubiquitous refreshment in the North African country. Photo courtesy of Michelle Steele

Michelle Steele returned to her MUHS French classroom last month after having spent the previous four months on a Fulbright sabbatical in Morocco. While there, she interviewed 30 teachers in eight schools stretching from Casablanca to Guelmim, studying ways to make French curriculum more reflective of the diverse communities in which it is spoken.

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