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I have paid a visit to the US for the first time in my life and here are the reactions of my main encounters. Visiting Times Square and the Statue of Liberty in New York, taking a workshop at Harvard Innovation Lab, and exploring MIT D-Lab gave me the taste of living at the heart of the world and the Capital of Education. And did I tell you the MIT tour?
Whatever I write today will not be enough to convey my real emotions. I apologize in advance anyone who I forget to mention.
Whenever I visit high schools in Japan, Japanese kids don’t stop to impress me. Their quality is just too high considering their age. My experiences with them always contribute to my vision of the kind of education I want Somali kids to have and the way I want them to learn.