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A SWEET LESSON

Jace Ferguson (front left) and two high school students from Brittany, France, learn the sweet art of making pralines from Mavis Frugé , a “cultural activist” and leading force behind the creation of the NUNU Art & Culture Collective in Arnaudville. {Photo courtesy of Sheldon Roy}

APCS students meet with French students on field trip to Arnaudville

What do you get when you cross a south-central Louisiana high school student with a north-west France student?

Un bon temps, mes amis (A good time, my friends).

Julie Harris Stern (standing, right) helps a student in a concept-based classroom. As a consultant with Education To Save the World, Stern has worked with clients in North America, South America, Asia and Africa over the past 15 years. The 1997 graduate of Marksville High is a leading advocate of the concept-based method of teaching. {Photo from Education To Save the World website}

Marksville native changing way teachers teach

It may not be a book you take to the beach to peruse while you work on your tan or to snuggle up with in front of the fireplace to read on a cold winter night.

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