A new publication by Asia Society and OECD presents a new framework for global competence and provides practical guidance and examples of how educators can embed global competence into their existing practices.
A new report by Asia Society and America Achieves examines instructional practices that promote deeper learning. One of its findings concludes that successful instruction is linked to teaching for global competence.
Asia Society Vice President of Education Tony Jackson reflects on his own experiences with global competence and describes how teaching through a global lens can help address the equity issues we face in education.
Maryknoll School is the largest K–12 Catholic, co-educational institution in Hawaii. The school follows a 50/50 immersion model for students in grades K–3, with 50% of student instruction in Mandarin and 50% in English.