Ms. Stouder hosted a delegation from JESIE (Jiangsu Education Services for International Exchange) last week to observe Washington Latin’s teaching practices and methods. Students got to take part in Ms. Stouder’s Chinese classes. This also allowed students to learn more about life and culture in China. The JESIE program highlights progressive and global approaches to both business and education. Jiangsu has been on the forefront of expanding global partnerships with American businesses and educators. Ms. Stouder, the Modern Languages chair, routinely hosts visitors from China, to help encourage international cultural exchanges about education and social practices.