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.


Two lessons from Singapore strike me every time I visit: business is intricately involved in the education system and there are no dead ends.


Ingredients of a real-world, interdisciplinary curriculum.


Five things any afterschool program can do to give youth the global experiences they need to thrive in an interconnected world.


Some lessons from Singapore on investing in students and teachers.


Do you use these five techniques in your classroom?


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.


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