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making the case

99% of school principals surveyed by MetLife Foundation believe that preparing students for global competition and collaboration is important (sbritten/iStockPhoto)
Opinions on Global Learning Reveal an Interesting Gap
Educators and students agree that global learning is all important, but on what point do they disagree? more
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Discuss: What should the rising generation know about the world?
What do you wish your own education taught you about the world? more
The world of tomorrow is being shaped in our classrooms today. Are our students gaining the knowledge and skills they need? (Grady Reese)
Global Competence
Global competence is a crucial upgrade if our education system is to prepare the next generation for the knowledge economy. But what does it entail? (Get a free copy of the new book here.) more
What is Global Competence?
Global competency is a buzzword in school reform. We want our graduates to be globally competent and have 21st century skills. But what is it exactly? more
All students should have the knowledge and skills to connect, collaborate, and compete in an ever-shrinking world. Photo: iStockPhoto.
World-Wise Students
The world in which today’s students will graduate is far different than the world in which we know now. Graduating world-wise students is a national priority. more
International education is arguably the greatest long-term investment a country can make to ensure a strong economic future.
How Americans Think About the World
How to make the case for international relations by first understanding American public opinion about it. more
Tomorrow's world is being shaped in classrooms today. Are we equipping our students with the necessary international knowledge and skills? Photo: iStockPhoto
Citizenship in the Global Age
Two governors make the case that in an interconnected world, understanding other nations and regions is a cornerstone of democratic citizenship. more
Students at an Asia Society International Studies School. Photo: Eric O'Connell
Integrate International Knowledge and Skills into Curriculum and Assessment
The best way to ensure students are globally competent is to align curriculum and assessment with real-world demand. Here's how to get started. more