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Starting last Monday, professor Ginia Goggio and son Cole, have been leading the American Culture Camp at the American Corner in Struga.

Read more: American Culture Camp, July 2 - 6

Macedonia Schools Project volunteers, Ginia Goggio and her son Colm, began conversational English lessons on Monday at the American Corner in Struga.

Read more: Macedonia Schools Project volunteers 2018

The Macedonia Schools Project is honored to announce its summer 2018 volunteer teacher: Ginia Goggio. Ms Goggio has ten years of teaching experience on the university level in Chicago.

Read more: 2018 volunteer teacher

At a recent event, the Tito School in Vraniste recently featured its new pa equipment from a Macedonia Schools Project grant.

Read more: New equipment in Vraniste

Boris Ljuseski announced

 

Hi Tom
Once again thanks for You and Sasha.
With 6 Lasker students we were in a tournament in Serbia, each of our participants carried a chess set (the board, the figures and the clock)

 

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Testimonials

Ginia Goggio
2018-08-14, 17:18
My son Cole Goggio and I co-taught an English culture class based on the Simpsons. We were delighted with the students and their responsiveness I ...
Margarita Ruvinova Nicheska
2018-09-17, 21:37
This school year was very productive for Josip Broz Tito school in Struga and me as a coordinating teacher and Board member of MSP. My school got a do...
Guest
2018-08-29, 00:38
My son and I enjoyed teaching the students. They were engaged and a joy to teach. I would highly recommend it

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