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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette announces Louisiana Lagniappe, a five-day institute for teachers, administrators and parents. The dates are June 8-12.

Dedicated to advanced strategies for all teachers and high-end learning for all students, Louisiana Lagniappe is co-sponsored by the Louisiana Department of Education, UL Lafayette, the Louisiana Association for Gifted and Talented Students, and the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts Lafayette Team and is made possible by Jacob Javits Federal Grant.

Scholarships are available to public school employees; special rates are available for parents, college students, and non-public school employees. CLUs and graduate credit are available.

For further information go to www.coe.louisiana.edu or contact Dr. Sally Dobyns at 337-482-1073 or dobyns@louisiana.edu.

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