Want China Times
Taiwan education minister Wu Se-hwa and Heidi Weidenbach-Mattar, on behalf
of the Republic of China’s Ministry of Education and the Cultural Ministers Conference (KMK) of Germany, respectively, have signed a memorandum of understanding to promote more exchanges in elementary and secondary education, a spokesman from the Education Ministry said Thursday.
Over the past few years, some high schools in Taiwan have started student exchange programs and begun to offer German as a second foreign language.
By signing the memorandum, elementary and secondary schools will extend language teacher exchanges, improve language learning facilities, and further cooperation in vocational education. [FULL STORY]