The U.S.-China Administrator Shadowing Project (ASP) is an exchange program for Chinese and American school administrators, superintendents, and principals. In the fall, Chinese school leaders visit American partner schools and American school leaders repay the visit in the spring. This two-way “shadowing” program both brings Chinese educators to local school communities in the U.S. and also sends American educational leaders to China, yielding maximum, mutually transformational effect.
March 1, 2006
The Freeman Foundation hosted an exchange program that funds US students to China for 9 Oklahoma schools. 7 students got to take part in this program, and they visited Shanghai, Bejijing and Chengdu, and the exchange experience was well-acclaimed by studnets as inspiring and life-changing.