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Go Global Online 2008: More Resources on Educating the Children of the World

Feature articles and video documentaries on the international-education scene.

January 11, 2008


How to Help an International School: Give the Gift of Books -- and More:Teach children a global lesson by donating books and other needed supplies to schools around the world.

Travelers' Checks: Teacher-Tested Travel Grants: Extensive grant information, plus snapshots and stories from teachers awarded funds.

Global Education on a Dime: A Low-Cost Way to Connect: Learn how to create international-collaboration projects on a small budget.

It Takes a Planet: Education Is a Common Thread: The world is filled with great ideas about education. Take a look.


It's Personal: Chile's San Luis Beltran School: Students become responsible for their learning by setting their own pace at a school that educates parents as well as children.

The Global Dimension: Walter Payton College Prep High School: Follow students as they learn an international perspective.

A Night in the Global Village: Heifer Ranch: Watch as Colorado middle school students role-play life in developing countries.

Learning Without Borders: International School of the Americas: See how one school opens minds by leaving the country.

First Peoples' Project: Native Children Distribute Their Cultural Wealth: Find out how an iEARN initiative enables indigenous students to share the wisdom of their respective cultures.

Success Spoken Here: John Stanford International School: Witness how this school immerses students in global awareness as well as academic achievement.

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