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American exchange

Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by nataliebennett1992, Jan 2, 2017.

  1. nataliebennett1992

    nataliebennett1992 New commenter

    Hi there!

    I'm hoping to organise a school partnership with an American secondary school, with the hope of arranging a school exchange to immerse pupils in British/American literature and history. Has anyone done this before? I've been using the British Council's website but if there are any other handy websites people have used do let me know!

    Thanks.
     

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