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The Center for Global Education offers a wealth of resources to educators, including those who teach in afterschool or out-of-school time networks, to build capacity and transform their learning environments. Whether you're looking for professional development opportunities, training and consulting services, or online resources, you've come to the right place!

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Global competence is a crucial upgrade if our education system is to prepare the next generation for the knowledge economy. But what does it entail?
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Download globally focused performance outcomes and rubrics in a variety of grades and all academic subjects, plus a free copy of the book here.
Read the book that introduced the definition of global competence, Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World.

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How do you talk about President Trump's stance on immigration with your students or children? We've compiled a wealth of resources to help you do just that!
Does President Trump have the capacity to understand and act on issues of global significance? Asia Society VP of Education Tony Jackson explores.
Apoorvaa Joshi came to United States at a young age and became a citizen as a teenager. In this piece, she reflects on her experience as an immigrant and the critical importance of global competence.
During this challenging time in history, when the political landscape is volatile and tensions are escalating, what if we imagined all of the children of the world as our own?
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Laura Tavares, with Facing History and Ourselves, on three ways to discuss immigration with your students.
Sometimes understanding the world starts at home.
The Delaware Department of Education supports Chinese Language Immersion programs, grades K–5, in 30% of eligible school districts across the state, involving 700 students and 32 teachers.
This 11-episode series follows Howie Southworth and Greg Matza as they make their way through China, but neither of them speaks Mandarin. Through their adventures and misadventures, we learn about China through a new and fascinating lens.
It may sound incredible, but China’s formal education system—the oldest in the world—was established nearly two millennia ago.
Leaders of study abroad programs for students in elementary, middle, and high school describe key features of their programs and lessons they have learned, as presented at the 2016 ACTFL Annual Convention and World Languages Expo.
It can be a stretch to draw parallels between historical teachings and the present day, but such a discovery is often the very thing needed to spark engagement in a classroom.
Mandarin Immersion Magnet School (MIMS) is the first PreK–8 public school in Texas that is entirely dedicated to Mandarin immersion, following a 50/50 dual language immersion model.

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