Jessamine County School administrators and staff met with 10 Armenian high school principals who visited East Jessamine High School on Nov. 9 to learn about high school administration, educational reform in Kentucky and educational strategies in the United States. The trip was designed to equip the principals with knowledge and understanding to effectively set up 150 high schools that are to be established in Armenia by 2012.
Jessamine County School administrators and staff met with 10 Armenian high school principals who visited East Jessamine High School on Nov. 9 to learn about high school administration, educational reform in Kentucky and educational strategies in the United States. The trip was designed to equip the principals with knowledge and understanding to effectively set up 150 high schools that are to be established in Armenia by 2012.
Jessamine County School administrators and staff met with 10 Armenian high school principals who visited East Jessamine High School on Nov. 9 to learn about high school administration, educational reform in Kentucky and educational strategies in the United States. The trip was designed to equip the principals with knowledge and understanding to effectively set up 150 high schools that are to be established in Armenia by 2012.

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