Teachers of Government
The 2017 Teachers of Government Program
July 15 - 21, 2017
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Participants spend a week in Washington, D.C. where they meet with government officials, politicians, non-governmental activists and members of education policy-making agencies. Furman political science professors lead the participants through Washington and engage the group in evening discussions and seminars on relevant readings and political topics. The combination of intensive learning, networking and exposure to decision makers is designed to increase the knowledge and expand useful contacts of teachers which both support improved teaching skills.
Coordinated by Furman professor of political science Dr. Elizabeth S. Smith, this program is free of charge for those accepted and it operates each summer. Participants are eligible to receive Graduate Professional Development credit from Furman by paying a minimal tuition per credit hour. Dr. Elizabeth Smith can be contacted either by telephone at 864.294.3674 or by email at email@example.com.