Partnership brings Chinese students to some Michigan schools

08/26/2013 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

Rockford and East Kentwood high schools in western Michigan each will host five Chinese students for the school year. The district partnered with the Weiming Education Group, a private education entity in China, to bring the students to the U.S., and the district will receive $10,000 per student. Jeff Hayes, a Chinese teacher at Rockford, believes American students studying the language will benefit from the opportunity to meet and communicate with native speakers.

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