School of Education News
Senior Abby Frank, CE Major, Student Teaching in Praque, Czech Republic this Semester
Abby Frank is teaching 6th grade at the Christian International School of Prague this semester. Her class is comprised of international students, many of whom are "Third Culture Kids' who have grown up and gone to school in countries other than their own. In addition, she's traveling to other countries and experiencing other cultures, making new friends, and sharpening her teaching skills in a professional Christian environment while being a light to the work and ministering Christ's love to her students.
Nyack College Education students are able to complete one placement of their student teaching experience overseas. Past students have taught in Argentina, Ecuador, Paraguay, Jamaica, Thailand, Germany, Spain, China, Hong Kong and the Ukraine. We thank the Lord of His provision of the amazing opportunity for our students.
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