Schools partner across the globe

The Global Journal Project  focuses on cross-cultural exchange amongst schools and encourages members to discuss their experiences and raise awareness and understanding of global issues from personal perspectives.
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The Global Journal Project focuses on cross-cultural exchange amongst schools and encourages members to discuss their experiences and raise awareness and understanding of global issues from personal perspectives. The three-school, international collaboration is a model of a non-profit student-run magazine and publishing organization. Pacific Ridge School, along with its partners, the Kibera Girls Soccer Academy (KGSA) in Kenya, and the Taft school in Watertown, Conn., are the first schools established within The Global Journal Project. Visit www.globaljournalproject.org/ for more information.

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