Sun., March 24, 2013 4:07pm (EDT)

Ga., South Korea Schools Creating Exchange
By Associated Press
Updated: 1 year ago

ATLANTA  —  
Georgia Department of Education officials are set to establish a cultural exchange program with South Korean leaders Monday. (Photo Courtesy of Georgia Department of Education.)
Georgia Department of Education officials are set to establish a cultural exchange program with South Korean leaders Monday. (Photo Courtesy of Georgia Department of Education.)
Georgia Department of Education officials are set to establish a cultural exchange program with South Korean leaders.

Officials said 26 public school teachers from South Korea will visit schools in Georgia as part of the exchange.

Department of Education Spokesman Matt Cardoza said State Schools Superintendent John Barge will sign a memorandum of understanding with South Korean Vice Minister of Education Ha Tae-Yun to establish the exchange program.

Barge and Tae-Yun are expected to make formal statements on the program after signing the document at 10 a.m. in the Georgia Department of Education State Board Room.