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A student maps human migrations as part of an afterschool project. (Allison Lucas/World Savvy)
The Role of Afterschool in Global Learning
Learn how afterschool can help young people prepare for life and work by gaining the highly sought global knowledge, skills and experiences demanded by the industries of tomorrow. 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
Students today should have the opportunities to learn with, not just about, their global peers. (iStockPhoto)
Global Learning: From Community Innovation to National Policy
There is an inverse relationship between the growing importance of international relations and how little most high school graduates know. This article outlines ways to correct the problem. 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? (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
Why International Studies?
Our schools must prepare students for an ever-shrinking world. more
 Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku, Shibuya, Japan (IQRemix/Flickr)
New Ways of Seeing: How Multilingualism Opens Our Eyes and Trains Our Minds for a Complex World
In a new Asia Society publication, Chris Livaccari explores how multilingualism is a key aspect of life for most people in the world—and has been throughout history—and is a rich source of engagement, playfulness, and joy. more
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New Ways of Seeing: Seeing with "Other Eyes"
Those who speak (and think in) different languages also organize knowledge and understanding in different ways, and these different modes of organization help us to think more flexibly and to see issues from different perspectives. more
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New Ways of Seeing: Language Appreciation
When encountering a new language for the first time, it’s important to grasp the unique patterns and contours of the language—to hear its music. more