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education

Creating a Chinese Language Program
An introductory guide on how to start a Chinese language program in your school or district. more
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Elementary Schools: Growing Up Global
Why it's important for our youngest citizens to get a global education. more
Are America's rising generation given every opportunity to succeed? Image: RBFried/iStockPhoto.com.
Partnership for Global Learning
Join an innovative educational movement to connect policy and practice so every American student can excel in an interconnected world. more
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International Benchmarking
Countries that invest heavily in education to meet the demands of the new global knowledge economy benefit economically and socially from that choice. more
Primary school students in India. (Jonathan Camuzo/flickr.com)
India: New Skills for Global Innovation
The stage is set for a major expansion of secondary education in India. more
Flipped learning frees up time in class. (iStock)
Flipped Learning in Motion
Flipped learning, using online sessions to build and drill basic knowledge and skills, frees up time in class. Teachers can leverage this and create opportunities for students to apply language as they practice higher-order thinking. more
Strong School-to-School Partnerships: Part II
Deep learning experiences are only possible in the context of relationships that go beyond superficial politeness and touch on real emotions, and the best way to get to this deeper level of relationship is through extended homestays. more
Afterschool Programs Prepare Youth for the 21st Century
Asia Society convened a working group with several Statewide Afterschool Networks to create issue briefs that make the case that afterschool programs prepare youth to fully participate in our global economy. more