Jeju Multicultural Education Center is working with Jeju City Office of Education to provide training programs to introduce multicultural parents and their chlidren to the Korean education system and school culture.
The program began at Jeju City Office of Education and the three areas will be visited in total from Dec. 14 to Jan. 18. These are: Hansupul Library (Dec. 15, Hallim), Jeju Early Childhood Education Development Institute (Jan. 11, Seogwipo City) and Eastern Jeju Foreign Language Education Center (Jan. 18, Seongsan).
Jeju Multicultural Education Center Director Ko Gwang-ok invites all interested multicultural parents and their children to participate. Each session will be targeted to the area in which it is held drawing together practical advise and research to benefit local families. It is hoped the program will contribute toward improved performance for multicultural children in public schooling.
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