Students with the cultural competence to work in agri-business (from the family farm to large trade businesses) will be prepared for the global workplace they will be stepping into when they graduate.


Today, Caitlin Haugen, Executive Director, Global Teacher Education, returns to share with us how teacher education is increasingly international in focus.


Shanghai's world-leading education system results from smart education reforms, not from cheating, writes Zhang Minxuan, Director of PISA Shanghai.


The Philippines rebuild their education system.


Jared Diamond's new book argues that bilingualism and multilingualism can improve our health and wealth as a nation.


Diane Ravitch's blog PISA Day: Don't Believe Arne Duncan's Orchestrated Hype and Spin, that called Asia Society and our partners in PISA Day conspiracists is wrong. There is no conspiracy.


Asian countries top OECD's PISA survey of best school systems worldwide. See what they do well.


What is the best way to nurture a peaceful and prosperous future? Citizen diplomacy, even at the youngest level, one author contends.


One million data points show a stunning gap between demands of the global economy and workforce preparedness.


Children today see and interact with far-away relatives before they can even talk. It's a wonderful thing. So why does it stop in so many classrooms? Here are some ideas for videoconferencing projects.


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