ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia Department of Education officials are set to establish a cultural exchange program with South Korean leaders.
Department of Education Spokesman Matt Cardoza says State Schools Superintendent John Barge will sign a memorandum of understanding Monday with South Korean Vice Minister of Education Ha Tae-Yun to establish the exchange program.
Officials say 26 public school teachers from South Korea will visit schools in Georgia as part of the exchange.
Barge and Tae-Yun are expected to make formal statements on the program after signing the document at 10 a.m. in the Georgia Department of Education State Board Room.
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