Nguyen Huong

Nguyen Tran Huong

Senior Officer at Arkansas Department of Higher Education

Location:
114 East Capitol Ave, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
HQ Phone:
(501) 371-2000

General Information

Affiliations

Manager, School Language Program - Polytechnic High School

Recent News  

http://www.westpac.unescobkk.org/index.php?id=8236

VIET NAM (Socialist Republic of), Nguyen Thi Le Huong, Department of Higher Education
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MSI-SIG

Other members of the Vietnamese delegation included Dr. Tran Ngoc Ca, Deputy Director, National Institute of S&T Policy-MOST; Mr. Le Thanh Binh, Deputy Director, Department of International Cooperation-MOST; Dr. Nguyen Thi Anh Thu, Deputy Director of Sustainable Development Research Department, National Institute of S&T Policy-MOST; Mr. Tran Dung Tien, Senior Officer, Department of International Cooperation-MOST; Ms. Nguyen Thi Le Huong, Senior Officer, Department of Higher Education and Graduate Education, Ministry of Education and Training; Dr. Nguyen Dinh Minh, Director, Department of Education and Science, Prime Minister Office; and

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Camp 2002 - Lên Đường Camp

Nguyen Tran Huong , National Outstanding Teacher of the year 1994.
Mrs. Nguyen Tran Huong, born on November 16, 1953 in Hai Phong, Vietnam. Ms. Huong married Mr. Nguyen The Phu, an engineer in 1983. Among her many awards, Mrs. Nguyen Tran Huong won two prestigious awards: the National Outstanding Foreign Language (ESL) Teacher of 1994,and National Outstanding Teacher of 1994, both from Walt Disney Co. American Teacher Awards. Los Angeles Times reported in 1984: "Nguyen (Huong) was one of 12 teachers nationwide honored for their "teaching skills, rapport with students and ability to inspire. She serves as a role model for students, particularly non-English speaking students, as well as fellow faculty members at Polytechnic High School, where she established and now heads the school language program." During 1995-1996, Nguyen served as a senior fellow at the US Department of Education, Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs. She had the opportunity to help draft key federal policy initiatives set by President Clinton regarding the nation's education priorities.

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