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Why is global education important? In school, out of school, and in life? Read articles, publications, research, and resources that make the case for global education.
Read all about Asia and the world, with background reading that will give you context on culture, history, religions and philosophies, education systems, and more!
Case studies of successful programs and classes, in school, out of school, and around the community!
Stories and tips on promoting parent and family engagement in global education.
Read articles and stories that focus on student outcomes in global education.

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Learn about the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation, the funder of the Global Competency through CTE course.
Find CTE course-related content and information about badging, CEU, and microcredentialing, as well as technology tools.
Talking points to help educators make the case to their administrators for why global education is important.
Find resources on project management as you work through the Global Competency Through CTE course.
Read background information on global competence as you work through the Global Competency Through CTE course.
Learn about the different career pathways in CTE and how global competence can be incorporated into all of them.
The effects of climate change are more prevalent and dangerous than ever before, but the US plans to withdraw from the Paris Agreement nonetheless. How do educators teach such a topic to students? Here, a plethora of resources.
The 2017 International Summit on the Teaching Profession focused on sustainable excellence and equity in learning.
A new report by Asia Society and America Achieves examines instructional practices that promote deeper learning. One of its findings concludes that successful instruction is linked to teaching for global competence.
Classroom activities to help educators lead their students in an exploration of global careers.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, transportation, distribution, and logistics teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, STEM teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, marketing teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, manufacturing teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their law, public safety, corrections, and security teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, information technology teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, human services teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, hospitality and tourism teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.

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