China may top international educational comparisons, but at what cost? Matthew T. Hora, PhD, Assistant Professor of Adult & Higher Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, shares observations from his recent trip to China.


As China's roles and influence in the world have increased and China has become a global leader, the importance of being proficient in the Mandarin Chinese language and culture is widely recognized. Shuhan Wang and Joy Kreeft Peyton, with Asia Society's Chinese Early Language and Immersion Network, discuss how language learning is a critical component of global competence education.


How do you encourage and model global citizenship in the classroom? Julie Lindsay, an education leader in digital technology, online learning, and curriculum across Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, explores.


How to get started adding a global dimension to music education.


A student's project which uses music to bring culture and opportunity to at-risk students.


Why an interdisciplinary approach is critical to teach a balanced social studies course.


Water is essential to life. Here are some ways to include it in the classroom. An interview with Charles Fishman, author of The Big Thirst.


A U.S. teacher shares her experiences volunteering in a refugee camp in Greece.


The top sixteen language immersion experts share lessons.


For refugee students and the communities they are moving into, intercultural understanding and integration are critical.


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