How might educators engage young people in global citizenship education? Here are a few ideas to get you started.
How many times have you heard that the U.S. needs students who are good at math in order to produce more engineers and compete with those in India? Yet, math is for more than just engineering and India has a long way to go to provide quality math education for all.
Apprenticeships can engage students, prepare them with 21st century skills for high-demand, high-skilled jobs, and allow them to pursue higher education and training.
How do we utilize technology in the classroom to connect students to real-world projects as well as mentors and experts?
Innovative initiatives to develop education, meet the needs of students, contribute to lasting careers, and help provide a pipeline of students with the skills industry needs.
The Netherlands may rank in the top 10 on PISA, yet there are still pressing challenges facing their system.
Why one school district added yet another assessment to an already full testing docket.
As more states, districts, and schools seek to increase STEM education, many are already offering innovative career and technical education (CTE) programs that impart critical academic and employability skills.
Teaching about genocide and mass atrocity is never easy. Regardless, understanding mass atrocity and genocide remains an important part of understanding the world, and teaching about these subjects is imperative for developing students' global competence.
The government of Papua New Guinea is attempting to address the human capital challenge is by expanding access to vocational education and training (VET). This is a strategy being pursued by other economies in the Asia-Pacific region, whether they are emerging or not.