Bellefonte Area High School English teacher Ashlie Crosson completed a yearlong fellowship that allowed her to complete intensive coursework, workshop with teachers from across the country and spend 16 days in Morocco doing field work. Teachers for Global Education is a program through the Department of State that allows educators to learn about global education and bring the ideas back to his or her school. Crosson was among just 76 people selected for this initiative.
To learn more about the program and her experience, visit these links:
Her journey was also featured in the Lock Have Express. Read more, here: http://www.lockhaven.com/news/community/2018/08/bellefonte-teacher-working-toward-global-education/.