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Teachers are nation builders. How do we know they are effective—and how can we support them?
Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond shares her study on how highly successful school systems build an excellent teaching force.
How to improve diverse students' achievement: lessons from five school systems.
What to consider when selecting materials for your Chinese immersion classroom.
Get the key policy recommendations from this OECD report.
Advice on how to offer an excellent education to every student.
How students learn 21st century skills and the pedagogy needed for new learning styles.
US Department of Education hosts a meeting on how the world's best school systems prepare and elevate teachers.
The new district superintendent listened to the community and transformed his district.
A complete guide on strategy and sources for global competence funding.
A groundbreaking report summarizes international summit discussions and emerging lessons.
US Secretary of Education points to Asia Society findings in back-to-school speech.
There's a short supply of Chinese teachers—and a very high demand. Read the recommendations on how to bridge the gap.
Read the book that introduced the definition of global competence, Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World.
Why it's important for our youngest citizens to get a global education.
There's an estimated 200 percent growth in Chinese language programs in the United States in just four years. Read about other interesting trend data.
The stage is set for a major expansion of secondary education in India.
How middle and high schools can prepare youth for an interconnected future.

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