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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.
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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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It is very interesting to note the diverse innovations which are taking place in the area of youth empowerment through technology. We are working extensively with young people in the country and look forward to recieving information on the various initiatives on young people and technology.

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