Road trip teaches students about immigration, geography

Mary Carter Van Atta's classroom on Wednesday was an Atlanta highway: with steaming bowls of Vietnamese soup for lunch and the sounds of Mexican music, she showed her students how migration is changing the community. "This helps me understand exactly how rich the cultures in Atlanta and North Georgia are becoming," said Van Atta, who teaches high school geography and civics.

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