World Class Schools, a teacher oriented video conference program, is seeking selected schools for a global project. It was founded by Michael Cunningham almost ten years ago.
World Class Schools, Ghana Debate Association, Texas Youth and Government, as well several different YMCA's all over the world, are joining together to provide you a rare and unlimited opportunity.
During the week of Nov. 26-30, 2012, we are going to make a difference in the world because we are going to bring the world to your classroom. We will all participate in the Time Project.
Our Projects This Year Are Working To Bringing Social Justice Into The Classroom Through Enhanced Legal Education.
What You Will Get By Joining
We are offering these following events.
1) Texas YMCA Mock Trial Case. Each team will include (5 students) More details will be mailed out to you in the next month. All Trials will be done in English. We are also looking for other languages for the future. All materials will be provided for the students. Sample of last year's case
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