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Helping to Train the Next Generation of Afghan Educators

It's graduation time in Kabul as 44 teachers return to the classroom with master's degrees that are the result of a unique partnership between the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Kabul Education University (KEU). UMass Amherst and KEU have create the first master's degree program for Afghan educators in more than 30 years, turning out 100 graduates, half of whom are women. Joseph Berger of the UMass Amherst School of Education explains . . .