Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations

making the case

Are America's rising generation given every opportunity to succeed? Image: RBFried/iStockPhoto.com.
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
Students at New York City's Henry Street School for International Studies. Photo: Eric O'Connell
Preparing Urban Youth to Succeed
An approach to urban school reform that develop student knowledge and skills needed for success in the globalized world. more
In a quickly shrinking world, students must have greater international studies knowledge and foreign language skills as a core part of their education. But how is it achieved? Photo: Corbis
Global Interdependence and American Educational Reform
How do we prepare American students to be contributing citizens, productive workers, and competent leaders in the interconnected world of the 21st century? more
UPS is a worldwide leader in supply-chain management. A UPS truck reflecting a city it serves. Photo credit: John P Sullivan.
Meeting Workforce Needs
Mike Eskew, former chairman and CEO of UPS, outlines why international education is critical to businesses. more
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Why We Need Competency-Based Education
An alternative to standardized test--and why it makes sense for the global innovation age. more
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Global Leadership: What it Looks Like
By the time students graduate high school, they should have met these performance outcomes. more
Career and technical education helps train workers for jobs of the future. (LL28/iStockPhoto)
Common Career Technical Core: Standards for a Stronger Future
Common standards for career and technical education (CTE) more
Are your students ready to take on the world? (RichVintage/iStockPhotos)
Common Core and More
Prepare students for the global knowledge economy, and meet and exceed the Common Core State Standards along the way. more
What does the future hold for your students? (RyanJLane/iStockPhoto)
Teacher Union Calls for Global Competence
The NEA called its three million members to prepare globally competent youth. more