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The first major education event at Asia Society Melbourne will be the 2019 Global Cities Education Network symposium, organized by the Victoria Department of Education and Training, Asia Society Australia, and the Center for Global Education at Asia Society.
In this article, Christina Russell describes how school systems are creating practices that develop and strengthen students' 21st-century competencies.
The 2018 International Studies Schools Network brought nearly 80 educators from across the United States to Austin, Texas, for a week of connection, collaboration, and fun.
Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews announced that Asia Society will soon have a home in Melbourne.
Students at the Vaughn Next Century Learning Center, a member of the Center for Global Education's International Studies Schools Network, recently had the opportunity to interview two astronauts at the International Space Station.
Highlights from the 11th annual convening of the National Chinese Language Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
At a time when communication between Chinese and Americans is more important than ever, more than 1,300 educators from across the globe received a warm Utah welcome at the 11th annual National Chinese Language Conference.
Avery Porges, a sophomore at Jericho High School in New York, is the winner of the second annual Why Speak Chinese social media contest.
The Center for Global Education's China Learning Initiatives team hosted 60 K–12 teachers at the eighth annual Asia Society Chinese Language Teachers Institute on March 1–3, 2018, at Asia Society's New York headquarters.
The symposium shared key findings from Teaching for Global Competence in a Rapidly Changing World, a new publication from the Center for Global Education and OECD.
The online courses help educators teach for global competence and meet the growing demand to address the global skills gap.
Read highlights from Asia Society's participation in the 2018 Education World Forum.
OECD and the Center for Global Education worked with academics, educators, and stakeholders in the global education field over several years to define global competence for primary and secondary education.
Educators and education leaders from around the world will convene in Denver next week for the annual symposium of the Global Cities Education Network, an initiative of the Center for Global Education.
During the 2016–17 school year, Asia Society conducted an evaluation to determine the effectiveness of its Confucius Classrooms Network.
A conversation with Shinichi Yamanaka, former vice minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology for Japan, on how global competence has boosted Japan's education system.
Global and local leaders in the fields of education and health met to discuss how creating a global ecosystem for education could help achieve the sustainable development goal on quality and inclusive education for all.
Materials will help U.S. educators prepare all students for work and civic roles in an environment where success increasingly requires the ability to compete, connect, and cooperate on an international scale.

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