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40 Pakistani teachers leaving for US  to attend four-week education training
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and United Sates (US) are facing same challenges that can be better fended off if people of both the countries forged relations in various sectors including education.

US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Academic Programmes, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, Alina L Romanowski, expressed these views here at the pre-orientation ceremony of 40 teachers leaving for US to attend four-week education training programme under Pakistani Education Leadership Institute (PELI) Project.

Plymouth State University, USA, initiated the PELI project in 2004, as annual four-week professional training programme.

Its funding is mobilised through an annual grant since fiscal year 2003-04 from US Department of Sate, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The grant is awarded to Plymouth Sate University and the project is coordinated in Pakistan through services rendered by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi.Daily times
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