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Editor's note: In August 2017, a delegation of 11 North Carolina teachers and education leaders traveled to India to learn about the country's education system, economic development, and STEM education. Thanks to Burroughs Wellcome Fund in partnership with the University of North Carolina and Go Global NC, they visited public and private schools, universities, businesses, and nonprofits from Bangalore to Delhi. This week, we look back on the trip and offer reflections and lessons learned.
From Bangalore to Delhi to Agra, the delegation visited private and public schools, educational foundations and nonprofits, and institutes of higher education to learn about economic development, rural education, access to higher education, and STEM education in India. The following photos document the trip and highlight lessons learned.
Private and public schools
STEM focus: inspiring innovation
Higher education and the IT sector
Thanks to Burroughs Wellcome Fund, the teachers and leaders left India with inspiration and ideas for how to incorporate global content and spark engagement in their STEM classes.