Learning a second language is about more than getting ahead — it teaches a whole new way of thinking.
Is Shanghai a model of educational equity, as the OECD international school rankings suggest?
How did a seemingly avoidable diplomatic snafu almost derail relations between the world's largest democracies? Asia Society President Emerita Vishakha Desai takes a look, and finds a relationship on the rocks.
Shanghai's world-leading education system results from unremitting education reform during the past decades, not from cheating, writes Zhang Mingxuan.
Asia Society's Tom Nagorski reports on some of the many powerful moments in a three-day gathering aimed at bringing great minds and talent together to tackle issues across the Asia Pacific.
People-to-people exchanges can pave the way for a deeper mutual understanding between countries, writes U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Daniel R. Russel.
A new interactive map, featuring one million data points, shows American schools are preparing students for the past, not the future.
Astronaut Wang Yaping delivers a lecture to Chinese students from 340 kilometers above Earth.
What's in a name? Territorial disputes in the Pacific tap into an older tradition of organizing reality through naming.
A Houston school participating in Asia Society's International Studies Schools Network goes from being on a "death march" to "exemplary."