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Global Education Builds a Culture of Empathy

NEW YORK, June 27, 2013 — International Studies Schools Network 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. Ruano spoke at the 2013 Partnership for Global Learning conference. (9 min., 23 sec.)

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