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Online Store: Handbooks, Reports, DVDs
Visit our online store for global learning handbooks, policy reports, afterschool resources, DVDs and more. more
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
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Global Competence in Expanded Learning Time
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. more
The Great Wall of China (stuckincustoms/Flickr)
CELIN Briefs on Chinese Language Learning and Teaching
There is a great need in Chinese language education for research-based information, examples of best practices, and useful resources for administrators, teachers, and parents. In response to that need, we developed this series of briefs. more
Preparing a Globally Competent Workforce
U.S. educators face a critical imperative: prepare all students for work and civic roles with the ability to compete, connect, and cooperate on an international scale. One promising way to do this is through Career and Technical Education. more
Residents in Shanghai enjoyed a music festival at Shanghai Expo Park (Flickr/hjw223)
Creating Healthy and Resilient Cities
An Asia Society/Urban Land Institute report from the 2015 Forum more
Strengthening US-China Relations One Student At A Time
This report features a series of essays authored by a range of prominent leaders active in US-China relations. more
A Rosetta Stone for Noncognitive Skills
A Rosetta Stone for Noncognitive Skills describes the Big Five factors that can be used by educators to develop noncognitive skills. more
Leading with the World in Mind
Asia Society and Harvard's Project Zero interviewed 54 business leaders in the U.S., China, and India. Here's what we learned. more