Immersion programs teach two curricula simultaneously: subject matter content and language and literacy. See how it's done.


While there are many cognitive and academic advantages to providing students with a rigorous and engaging immersion curriculum, it is crucial to design the appropriate type of program that best meets the needs of students, parents, and the school community.


Project-based learning that's literally out of this world.


We must prepare teachers today for hybrid and teacherpreneur roles so that the most accomplished practitioners continue working with students while expanding their influence.


How one state gives graduation distinction to globally competent youth.


There is a shift in attitude mainly among young people who view language learning and cultural understanding as a critical necessity.


The afterschool hours are invaluable time for students to develop the knowledge and skills they need for the interconnected world and to meet the Common Core.


Advice from one state on how to make global learning a reality for more students.


At Winton Woods, we marry rigorous academic content with soft skills through project-based learning. Embedded in 21st century skills, project-based learning prepares students for success.


As her school shifts to address Common Core State Standards, one foreign language teacher finds opportunity for greater collaboration.


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