- Called the U.S. State Department's Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA), the initiative will bring in 19 fellows from Asia, South America and Central America.
- During their six-week stay, the teachers will take customized workshops from faculty in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences to learn about math, science and English as a second language.
Winthrop University, "International Teachers on Campus To Learn about Math, Science and English" (2014). Winthrop News 2014. 19.