Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Snowden teacher to participate in national security institute


John D. Garner of Mattapan, a U.S. History teacher at the Muriel S. Snowden International School at Copley, has been selected to participate in the "Challenges to National Security" Summer Institute for Secondary Educators at Brown University in Providence, RI. Mr. Garner joins a select group of twenty educators from across the country who will be studying international terrorism, nuclear proliferation, U.S. foreign policy, and their implications for national security. The four-day institute is designed to deepen teachers' understanding of these issues and introduce them to effective instructional strategies for engaging students.

1 comment:

kurama2 said...

omg!!!! lol mr garner on the internet....i have him this year to....omg i still cant believeit