What I Did on Summer Vacation

Franklin, Pat
January 2012
Florida Media Quarterly;Winter2012, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p8
The article offers the author's insights regarding the George Washington Institute for Teachers summer program for teachers and librarians in the U.S. She mentions that workshops were presented by nationally renowned scholars who spoke about George Washington's personal life, military career and his service as the first U.S. President. She notes that school librarians must go to the website and fill out the application for the summer program.


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