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A Recent Graduate Teaches Overseas
Posted by Jamie.Lettre on Wednesday February 24, 2010
Ashley Applegarth, a recent Childhood Education graduate, was hired as the 4/5th grade teacher at Evangelical Christian Academy in Spain. She was offered the job after doing her student teaching at the academy.
Evangelical Christian Academy is a day school and boarding school in Madrid, Spain that exists to serve primarily missionary families by equipping students in the academic disciplines, challenging them to love God, apply His truth, and care for others.
The School of Education is proud of Ashley’s work in Spain as she fulfills Nyack College’s mission of being globally engaged.
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