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Taking civics class to the next level

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Santa Fe College is one of ten community colleges nationwide selected to promote civic engagement and democratic learning in its curriculum. Democracy Project Co-Director Marilyn Tubb says the college was a great choice for this group.

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Tubb says Santa Fe will receive a $7,500 grant for faculty members to attend conferences, order materials and begin integrating democratic thinking into classrooms starting in the fall semester.

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