Design thinking is a classroom strategy that can facilitate 21st century skills while allowing students to take action through projects they are passionate about.

Given our current political landscape, many education non-profits are wondering how they can take action for their causes. Here are some guidelines and ideas from the Alliance for Justice.

What we can learn from world language educators in the Netherlands on engaging students in their learning.

Global education begins at home, says parent and concerned global citizen, Jennifer Ghymn.

How can science competitions be upgraded for the global, 21st century?

A look school accountability systems in other countries and how they could provide models for the United States.

Ideas for getting students to talk more in class.

While many elementary schools would like to have language offerings for students, many do not have the resources to do so. Out-of-school time programs can help fill this gap.

Four ways to approach discussions on politics with students.

If the travel ban were a piece of student work, would it be graded as globally competent?

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