Educator Resources

The Paul D. Coverdell World Wise Schools program fosters an understanding of other cultures and global issues by providing online educational resources based on the Peace Corps experience and facilitating communication among U.S. learners and current and returned Peace Corps Volunteers.

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  • Personal Essay
  • Women & Gender

A personal essay about day-to-day life for Aber, a girl from Kitgum in North-central Uganda.

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  • Personal Essay

Long Version for Advanced Readers

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  • Personal Essay

Short Version for Students in Middle School

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  • Personal Essay
  • Women & Gender

A personal essay about day-to-day life for Adiya, a girl from an urban mining town in Guyana.

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  • Personal Essay
  • Women & Gender

A personal essay about day-to-day life for Akello, a girl from Pabo in northern Uganda.

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  • Personal Essay
  • Women & Gender

A personal essay about day-to-day life for Amwato Catherine, a girl from Soroti in Northeastern Uganda.

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  • Personal Essay

A Story by a Peace Corps Volunteer

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  • Personal Essay

A Story by a Peace Corps Volunteer

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  • Personal Essay

A personal essay about a Peace Corps Volunteer and their experience

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  • Personal Essay
  • Cross-Cultural Understanding

An essay that uses a storm as a metaphor for life in South Africa.

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