Please consider participating in this rewarding opportunity! The Newton Beijing Jingshan School Exchange Program still needs several families to host students and teachers during the fall semester of the 2013-2014 school year. This is a great chance to learn about Chinese culture while sharing your own family’s culture and traditions. Participants all speak English and are eager to learn about and take part in American family life. Beijing Jingshan exchange students and teachers arrive mid-September and depart mid-January. Students attend regular classes at the high schools. Teachers teach in our schools. To explore this unique opportunity, please check out our website or contact Michael Kozuch.
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