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June 25, 2019

STEM Education: Lessons From 20 Years of Data

For the first time, guest bloggers share analysis from 20 years of math and science international assessment data.

March 12, 2019

Innovate, Iterate, Improve: Lessons From Three Education Systems

Three cities used improvement science to implement new reform measures. Guest blogger Christina Russell shares some lessons learned.

March 29, 2018

K-12 Study Abroad Linked With Improved Learning Outcomes

New data shows the power of study abroad for DC Public School students.

February 28, 2018

Eleven Resources for Teaching UN Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

How you can teach about UN Sustainable Development Goal #11: Sustainable Cities and Communities.

May 18, 2017

Businesses: Step Up for Education or Face a Continuing Skills Gap

To prepare students for a global economy, we will need to rethink education - with the help of business.

May 17, 2017

How School- and District-Level Leaders Can Prepare Students for Success

Specific actions that can be taken at the district, school, and classroom levels to improve instruction and drive strong student achievement and acquisition of deeper learning skills.

September 08, 2015

How Do World Trends Shape Education?

How do global issues and trends affect education systems?

May 12, 2015

Building Research Skills Through Global Primary Sources

The Common Core State Standard require students to conduct original research. Here are resources and project ideas to help!

February 05, 2015

Helping Our Students to Study Abroad: Trends and Advice

The profile of U.S. study abroad is changing. Being aware of these trends can help us understand what motivates students to go abroad, so that we can encourage and support them.

October 10, 2014

Growing Global: Reflections on 10 Years in the Field

The Global Learning blog is beginning a series, starting today, to reflect on the state of global competence and the growth we have seen over the years in programs and policies that promote it. This is what we will endeavor to do over the course of the next nine weeks in this blog—look at where we are and from where we have come, how we have grown, and the challenges we still face.

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