Student Outcomes

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Read articles and stories that focus on student outcomes in global education.

Articles on Student Outcomes

Heather Clydesdale on how the pedagogical approaches that world language teachers have been using for years bear striking similarities to the Common Core.
Children and adolescents need a broad range of experiences to build their knowledge of the world and understand their place in it. Learn how to use expanded learning time to build global competence.
Components of effective curricula for Chinese language instruction and curriculum resources available from CELIN and presentations at the ACTFL 2015 conference.
The American cities of New York, Denver, and Seattle, as well as the Asian cities of Singapore, Hiroshima, Shanghai, and Seoul, share their strategies and challenges in integrating 21st-century competencies into their school systems.
A Rosetta Stone for Noncognitive Skills describes the Big Five factors that can be used by educators to develop noncognitive skills.
Workforce development in afterschool and summer programs prepares youth for the 21st century.
High-quality afterschool programming leverages hands-on learning experiences and community connections to prepare youth for success in college and the workforce.
Asia Society convened a working group with several Statewide Afterschool Networks to create issue briefs that make the case that afterschool programs prepare youth to fully participate in our global economy.
What graduates know and can do if they graduate from an Asia Society-affiliated school.
A way to have students apply real-world skills—and become more engaged in their learning
The United States and China have a number of ideological differences — but is education policy one of them?
A rationale for why and how to make science education global in nature.
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How to improve diverse students' achievement: lessons from five school systems.
An alternative to standardized test--and why it makes sense for the global innovation age.
A Houston school goes from being on a "death march" to "exemplary."
A New Jersey school ties its exchange programs to scientific inquiry.
The rise of education in Asia is no accident, Asia Society President explains.
The vision and components that made Finland one of the top-ranked education system in the world.

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School leaders, teachers, and students discuss the importance of global competence.
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As part of Asia Society's TEQ Series, Lisa Pond speaks about the world language programs, and the important of preparing young students for the 21st century.
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Marc Chun of the Hewlett Foundation moderates a student panel at Asia Society's 2014 Partnership for Global Learning Conference.
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The President of Learner-Centered Initiatives calls for a broad re-evaluation of the way American schools work.
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Asia Society's Tony Jackson joins Wendy Kopp, Susan Fuhrman, and Andrea Pasinetti for a discussion of innovation and equity in global education.
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ISSN student Felix Ruano talks about his school, Ambassador School of Global Leadership in Los Angeles, and how global education creates opportunities and teaches students how they can have an impact on the world.
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ISSN student Eliza Cummings talks about her experiences as a student at the Denver Center for International Studies and how it has shaped her into the global citizen she is today at the 2013 Partnership for Global Learning conference.
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Asia Society's Chris Livaccari explains how Asia Society collaborates with schools across America on dual-language programs.
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Amidst failing schools throughout urban America, one school shines. See why.
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Asia Society's Jeff Wang traveled throughout China to find Chinese school exchange partners for American schools—and learned more than he anticipated.
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Delia Pompa (National Council of La Raza) discusses the opportunities and benefits of learning languages in afterschool programs. (3 min., 57 sec.)