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In Kenya, the typical school classroom consists of just dirt floors and desks.
No computers, no tile hallways.
For the students in Elizabeth Mills’ sixth grade class at Anderson Middle School, this came as a shock as they corresponded via letter with Kenyan students practicing their English.
Mills started the 8,000-mile letter correspondence between Kentucky and Kenyan students after connecting with her friend, Alex Elliot, who taught in Kenya for four and a half months following graduation.
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