States are showing support for language learning and a fully integrated globally competent education


Governments can prevent school failure and reduce dropouts using two parallel approaches: eliminating education policies and practices that hinder equity; and targeting low-performing disadvantaged schools.


How to focus school leadership in a way that makes sense.


A look at how other countries are examining their language policies as part of workforce development strategies.


Careful language planning and policy implementation has helped Singapore to consistently perform well on international student achievement tests.


It's International Mother Language Day, designated by UNESCO. In an age of globalization, linguistic diversity matters, too.


Students have a deep understanding of what works for them as they prepare for the global innovation economy. Just ask them.


This piece examines how to get started with collective inquiry.


Collective inquiry helps build a shared vision for students' futures, and offers a constructive way for teachers to improve their craft together.


The future is increasingly global. How do we, as educators, prepare students to be globally competent?


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