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Students and faculty from the Gardner-Webb University School of Education recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to tour the city and advocate for educational professionals. Among the group was Taylor Hildebrand, a first-time visitor to the nation’s capital. “It may have just seemed like a small trip to Washington D.C., but I had the tremendous opportunity to experience a journey through our nation’s history with my peers,” shared the sophomore from Connelly Springs, N.C.
Capitol Building, Casie Craig, Dr. Jason Parker, Ford's Theatre, GWU School of Education, National Mall, Rachel Pegg, Senator Richard Burr, Taylor Hildebrand, Washington DC
Office of University Communications and Byrd, Alice, "Gardner-Webb University School of Education Students Travel to Washington, D.C." (2018). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 423.