Davis School District educators visit Paris

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PARIS, France (ABC4 News) – Four educators from the Davis School District were selected to represent Team USA at the Microsoft Educator Exchange in Paris. 

Three hundred educators from more than 100 countries attended the event to share innovative ideas, collaborate on projects, and showcase how they’ve integrated Microsoft technologies into their classrooms. Twenty-five total from the U.S. attended.

“Last year was amazing but overwhelming. I walked away humbled, inspired and in awe of so many amazing educators, barely feeling worthy of being at the event. This year I could embrace the greatness of this event, connect with more educators, and make lifelong friends.” said Jennifer Morgan, one of the Davis School District’s attendees. 

All four participants from the district were selected out of a pool of candidates because of their involvement in the Microsoft Innovative Educator MIE) Expert community. 

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