USF Hosts “Towards Democracy and Diversity” Summer Seminar

For detailed article on  “Towards Democracy and Diversity” please click on the following link USF Hosts Caribbean Teachers in Democracy Education Effort

You may also  read more about the Teachers’ activities by reading the Seminar Weekly Report (June 29-July 4 )

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