Field trips at Opportunity Expansion Schools are regarded as field trip activities. Each team hopes that participating in events that promote the interchange of information, society, culture, and experiences will be international students. International students learn about the culture and how to create goods for each class from teachers and fellow students at Opportunity Expansion Schools connected to the Equitable Education Fund (EEF) network.
Before joining the Global Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2016, Medellin was a crime city due to poverty and a lack of education. The decision to combat poverty and improve people’s well-being, as well as the social circumstances in the city, marked a turning point for Medellin.
This makes it possible for educators and students from various institutions and regions to interact and engage in activities. It is challenging when people are of various ages, have different levels of education, and live in diverse environments; as a result, there must be a process to dissolve identities so that people may embrace one another without hesitation. Togetherness, generosity, and intimate communication are all present, as well as the courage to share ideas and ask questions. There does not impede oneself, and they work effectively together to complete tasks.