Rachel was a DukeEngage fellow in 2012, where she taught at the Dandelion Middle School, a non-profit school for migrant children who have moved from rural areas throughout China to Beijing. She also worked on a project to draft a bi-lingual report of the school's social history by interviewing school staff, students, and volunteers and researching Beijing’s migrant policies and community.
Upon returning to Duke University, she designed and co-taught a seminar class, 'Social Inequality in China: Education, Minorities, and the Achievement Gap,' to the next cohort of DukeEngage fellows.
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DukeEngage Stories. (July 12, 2018 by Hesper Linger). "Rachel Leng (’13) Continues to Champion Cross-Cultural Communication." [PDF]