School of Education Builds Relations in Kenya
May 3, 2012
Dr. Mervyn Wighting and Dr. Gail Derrick with the Vice Chancellor of PAC University Godfrey Nguru and Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academics Lilian Wahome.
Photo courtesy of Dr. Mervyn Wighting.
Part of Regent University's mission to train Christian leaders to change the world includes engaging with international partners across the globe. The School of Education (SOE), in partnership with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), is doing just that in Kenya as they build relationships with several universities and educators throughout the country.
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