Programs for U.S. Teachers

25Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Research Grant (Fulbright DA)

The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Research (Fulbright DA) Program offers K–12 educators from the United States the chance to conduct research and participate in professional learning experiences abroad for three to six months. Grantees under the DA program work on individual Inquiry Projects focusing on topics relevant to education in both the United States and the host country. They also can attend courses at a host university and collaborate with local colleagues on educational practices aimed at enhancing student learning.

Fulbright-Hays Abroad Program

This four-week summer program offers US educators the chance to participate in short-term study and travel experiences aimed at enhancing their understanding and knowledge of the peoples and cultures of various countries, including Morocco. Each program is centered around different themes and typically involves the development of a curriculum project as a final deliverable for the US Department of Education.
Teachers for Global Classrooms Program (TGC)
This two-week academic and cultural visit program offers US elementary, middle, and high school educators the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge of the host country's education system and cultural aspects. They can later share this experience with their students in the US. 

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