Five goals you can set for global learning this year.


How a technology exchange impacts classrooms in both countries.


How working with youth can be inspiring and educational for adults.


A teacher's first international trip proves to be life changing for her and her students.


In our schools there is no longer one majority population therefore it is critical for students to understand cultures different from their own and be able to appreciate and not appropriate them.


Between 2003 and 2011, London schools dramatically improved, mainly due to rapid gains among low-income and minority students. Read how they did it.


Get students to use the language rather than focusing on memorization of grammar in the classroom.


How preservice teachers can connect to classrooms to promote global literacy.


A unique service learning programs helps students become empathetic activists.


Language programs in the 21st century must help students gain the language and literacy proficiency they will need to succeed in the real world. Therefore, we can't just count hours in a classroom - we need to focus on competency models.


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