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We invite you to read the experiences of several participants of the
98/99 Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program.

 C h i l e
Amy Wilson, a Spanish teacher from Red Bluff Union High School in California, taught English as a second language at the Instituto Nacional in Santiago, Chile.

 T u r k e y
Sabra Beck spent the year in Istanbul, Turkey teaching English, history and geography at Gokdil College in Istanbul. She was on leave from Marana High School in Tuscon, Arizona, where she teaches English literature classes.

 B e n i n
Nancy Klenk, a high school French teacher from Antioch, California, spent the year teaching English as a foreign language at the Lycee Behanzin in Porto-Novo, Benin.

 F i n l a n d
Phil Hennessey spent the 98/99 school year in Vantaa, Finland at the Tikkurila International School. His home school is Enselnd Elementary School in Modesto, California.

 A r g e n t i n a
Lynn Ditchfield, from Martha's Vineyard, taught English at five different schools in Argentina in a semester-long exchange with her partner, Maria Pasini.

 U n i t e d   S t a t e s
Paz Cepeda taught Spanish at Red Bluff Union High School in California. Her home school is the Instituto Nacional in Santiago, Chile where she teaches English as a second language.

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For further information, contact:
Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program (E/ASX)
U.S. Information Agency
Washington, D.C. 20547
202/619-4556

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