A teacher shares ways to improve your global competence.


Together, art and science in education have the power to spark innovation in students.


Global competence is not antithetical to national identity and pride.


Students in the United States need to be able to learn languages in addition to English, in the home and throughout their education, in order to develop global competence and live productive lives. Here's how to give them the opportunity.


How the Let Girls Learn campaign - a signature initiative of Mrs. Obama - is empowering girls around the world.


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.


The opinions expressed in Global Learning are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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