Students embrace cultural lessons via Internet chats with Afghans

07/8/2009 | Howard County Times (Columbia, Md.)

Some Maryland fourth- and fifth-graders are using the Internet to connect with students in Afghanistan. The Afghan students discuss their country's hardships, including the dangers of land mines, and help refute any inaccurate views held by U.S. students about Afghanistan.

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Howard County Times (Columbia, Md.)

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