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Program Registration Process

War Comes Home: In Schools program registration information and process.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a program teacher of War Comes Home: In Schools.  Read more here and here.

Program registration is a two-part process.

First, complete an application here.

Second, confirm your registration by following these steps:

  1. View our online Open House recording: http://uc-d.adobeconnect.com/p9s1451i303/
  2. Confirm your registration and vote for your preference (Northern or Southern CA) for the in-person teacher symposium.
  3. We’ll use that information to send you a book while supplies last. 
  4. Program information can be found here.

Save the date!  Our first online content lecture is September 22 at 4pm.  This session will be recorded.

We look forward to meeting you online.  We will be in touch with program teachers.  You may contact us at chssp@ucdavis.edu with your questions and comments. 

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