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Massachusetts School Connects with Haiti through Book Exchange

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Here & Now’s George Hicks visits the Fayerweather Street School in Cambridge, Mass., which has a sister school in Haiti. (Fayerweather School, 2009). In the “Mother Tongue Books” project, students at each school write books which are translated and exchanged. We’ll find out how these schools have connected before and after the earthquake.

Fayerweather teacher Lauren Mueller visiting Matenwa in Haiti. (Fayerweather School, 2009)
Fayerweather teacher Lauren Mueller visiting Matenwa in Haiti. (Fayerweather School, 2009)
Head of school Ed Kuh and teacher Lauren Mueller at the Fayerweather Street School, Cambridge, Mass. (Fayerweather School, 2009)
Head of school Ed Kuh and teacher Lauren Mueller at the Fayerweather Street School, Cambridge, Mass. (Fayerweather School, 2009)
Fayerweather 1st and 2nd graders writing their books. (Fayerweather School, 2009)
Fayerweather 1st and 2nd graders writing their books. (Fayerweather School, 2009)

This program aired on January 29, 2010. The audio for this program is not available.

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