New Group of English-Speaking Teachers Arrived in Georgia

English-speaking teachers continue to arrive as participants in the educational program “Teach and Learn with Georgia.” 

Today, a new group of teachers arrived from different counties around the world. English-speaking teachers from the USA, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Kenya and South Africa will work in public schools in Tbilisi, Imereti, Adjara, Samegrelo, and Kvemo Kartli.

These volunteers have respectable qualifications and previous experience working for programs similar to TLG.

The one year-old project “Teach and Learn with Georgia” recruits, trains, and coordinates Native English-Speaking Teachers to co-teach English with local English teachers in Georgia's primary and secondary schools.

By the end of 2012, 1500 volunteer teachers will have arrived inGeorgia.