English Language Fellow Daniel Hirsch was interviewed with counterpart Raul Villafan Macias at the Secretary of Public Education Office, English language section, in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Both Baja California Sur Noticias, a digital news site, and Tribuna de La Paz, a printed newspaper, featured the story. The article was published to introduce the work that Hirsch will be doing this academic year in La Paz and the state of Baja California.

The work Hirsch will do includes helping to run a mentoring program for primary and secondary school English teachers, holding workshops for English teachers to improve teaching methodology and strategies, and working with over 260 English teachers throughout the state of Baja California to help improve English language instruction. 

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