4 December 2000 SOFIA, Bulgaria–By 2001, Bulgarian officials hope to have fully introduced courses on the European Union in secondary schools across the country. Teachers from 100 secondary schools will be trained to instruct students in what has officially been called the “European Lessons Program on Studies of Euro-integration.” The pilot stage, part of the […]

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