I love how TLG works at so many levels as a programme, the difference it is making, and I’m really happy that so many committed people are still here. Great work TLG.

Making a Difference

Last month an interesting announcement was made in Georgia regarding English language education: almost 75% of students opted to take the university entrance foreign language exam in English, a marked increase over previous years. As a TLG teacher placed at a university, there is definitely a different attitude about English between even university freshmen and upper class students.

I work at Shota Rustaveli – Batumi State University (BSU) in the Tourism Faculty. In the United States I had spent several years in the tourism management field, consequently, I work specifically with tourism majors to help improve their English language abilities while discussing tourism as it relates to them and Georgia. Moreover, I arrived in Georgia in July 2010 as a part of Group #1. Needless to say now almost two years after I arrived in Tbilisi on a hot and humid, blindingly sunny afternoon, I’ve seen a lot of changes…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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