17.09.2018 | 
Student, Education, Society
VARDUHI MARGARYAN OUTLINES THE LIGHT AND DARK SIDES OF “TEACH FOR ARMENIA” PROGRAM
VARDUHI MARGARYAN OUTLINES THE LIGHT AND DARK SIDES OF “TEACH FOR ARMENIA” PROGRAM
Varduhi Margaryan studied at YSU Faculty of Psychology and participated in “Teach for Armenia” program working as a special teacher-psychologist at the secondary school in Vanand village of Armavir province.

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