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'Newspapers in Education' Brings Sun to Classrooms

Published: 3:19 PM, 10/22/2009

The Greeneville Sun hosted a program for local educations on Oct. 20 on how to use the Sun as a teaching tool in Greeneville and Greene County classrooms. LuShep Baldwin, director of educational services of Sun-parent Jones Media, led the “Newspapers in Education” workshop.
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