Video chat enables cultural exchange for U.S., Mexican students

08/24/2011 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

A group of eighth-grade students in Louisiana connected with students in Aguascalientes, Mexico, through a video chat event organized by the nonprofit group Digital Opportunity Trust. Students at the U.S. school -- who are encouraged to learn about different cultures and are studying Spanish -- discussed their likes and dislikes with the Mexican teens, who spoke English.

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