Teach About US Update // Live Stream from Berlin on Monday, Nov. 7

Teach About US Update // Live Stream from Berlin on Monday, Nov. 7

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Teach About US Update // Live Stream from Berlin on Monday, Nov. 7

Dear Colleagues,

Just before the weekend, here is one important update we want to share with you before Monday's finale of the U.S. Embassy School Election Project 2016.

We will live-stream the final event in Berlin via YouTube: https://youtu.be/QWm98_i_Ne4

160 students representing 34 schools from Berlin (18), Brandenburg (9), Saxony (4), Saxony Anhalt (1) Niedersachsen (1), and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (1) will declare their election forecasts for the 2016 U.S. presidential elections. Ambassador Emerson will be present during the event that takes place at the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Berlin. We will start streaming at 2:30 PM (Berlin time/GMT+1).

Joannis Kaliampos
on behalf of the Teach About US Team and Partners
Joannis Kaliampos
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