Mich. elementary students take tour to learn about world cultures

04/10/2014 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

More than 200 elementary-school students from two Michigan counties took an interactive cultural tour at Saginaw Valley State University's "Passport to the World" event. Students were given "passports" and "traveled" to booths to learn about countries before their passports were stamped. "The importance of the event is to promote multiculturalism. We're trying to teach the local elementary schools about different countries and cultures and expose them to it," said event organizer and English-language teacher Aimee Lambertz.

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