While many elementary schools would like to have language offerings for students, many do not have the resources to do so. Out-of-school time programs can help fill this gap.


Four ways to approach discussions on politics with students.


If the travel ban were a piece of student work, would it be graded as globally competent?


Ways to engage business in your education program.


Five ideas from Finland that can be easily implemented in American schools and classrooms.


A look at how diversity education supports and aligns with global education as well as resources for teaching Black History Month.


A teacher shares ways to improve your global competence.


Together, art and science in education have the power to spark innovation in students.


Global competence is not antithetical to national identity and pride.


Students in the United States need to be able to learn languages in addition to English, in the home and throughout their education, in order to develop global competence and live productive lives. Here's how to give them the opportunity.


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