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Creating a Chinese Language Program
An introductory guide on how to start a Chinese language program in your school or district. more
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Elementary Schools: Growing Up Global
Why it's important for our youngest citizens to get a global education. more
Are America's rising generation given every opportunity to succeed? Image: RBFried/
Partnership for Global Learning
Join an innovative educational movement to connect policy and practice so every American student can excel in an interconnected world. more
International Benchmarking
Countries that invest heavily in education to meet the demands of the new global knowledge economy benefit economically and socially from that choice. more
Primary school students in India. (Jonathan Camuzo/
India: New Skills for Global Innovation
The stage is set for a major expansion of secondary education in India. more
University of Chicago professor James Heckman speaks at the Forum on the Future of Education in Asia in Hong Kong on November 16, 2015. (Alex Leung/Asia Society)

'Start Early, Go Broadly, and Go Far Beyond School'

Dr. James Heckman believes that non-cognitive skills are crucial to educational success. more
Title page of children's story "Spring, Summer, Autumn Winter," written by Heidi Steele and illustrated by Emmalene Madsen (Heidi Steele)
What Makes Materials Authentic? PART 1
Educator Heidi Steele shares her experience using authentic materials to teach Chinese language at two high schools in Washington state and how she has expanded the definition of "authentic" to better serve her students. more
11.11 Singles' Day (Chrionexfleckeri1350/Wikimedia)
Move Over Double-O Seven
NYU Shanghai Junior Kiril Bolotnikov discusses the biggest shopping day of the year in China: Singles' Day. more