The Lithuanian School Will Be The First To Use A Lithuanian-Developed Teaching System

The Lithuanian School in Washington has set a high goal for itself: It will be the first Lithuanian school abroad that has expressed interest in using a Lithuanian-developed teaching system consisting of “TAMO,” an electronic class register, and “EMO,” electronic workbooks.

“Working with the ‘TAMO Group’ will enable our students to study our native language in a modern way.  The technology also allows for teachers to create individualized studies.  We believe that our school’s experience will help the entire community of Lithuanian schools throughout the U.S.A.,” stated Aistė Gulla, the chair of the school’s board of directors.