Governors Missing the Link Between Global Competitiveness and Global Competence

How global education can help governors meet their education goals while remaining globally competitive.


CTE and Global Education: The Perfect Marriage

Global competence is a natural fit in CTE programs. Learn why and read about examples from Ohio.


Why Students Must Be Storytellers — And Four Tips to Make It Happen

Help students understand diverse perspectives and become storytellers using these four tips.


Addressing the Skills Gap Through After-School and Summer Programs

As we continue to celebrate CTE month, we should not forget about the potential that high-quality afterschool and summer programs have to help youth develop the skills needed to successfully fill the skills gap.


CTE in Singapore: Challenges and Advice (Part 2)

What are some of the challenges and opportunities that the Singapore CTE faces?


CTE in Singapore: Profile in International Best Practice (Part 1)

Part 1 of my interview with Mr. TAN Seng Hua, Dean, ITE Academy in Singapore and one of the architects of Singapore's CTE/VET system.


Helping Our Students to Study Abroad: Trends and Advice

The profile of U.S. study abroad is changing. Being aware of these trends can help us understand what motivates students to go abroad, so that we can encourage and support them.


Successful Global Exchanges: How Two High Schools Commit to Real-World, Real-Time Collaboration

Learn about a successful CTE global exchange program, including advice on how to get started.


Three Ways to Integrate Community Partners and Global Learning Into an Expanded School Day

Expanded learning models create opportunities for schools and community partners to work together to offer more time for a balanced curriculum with engaged and personalized learning.


Using Diverse Voices to Transform Our Classrooms and Communities

Understanding the differences and similarities among people from diverse cultures makes you empathetic to their experience.


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