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This week marks International Education Week, an annual initiative led by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education to encourage programs...
3 Tips for Intentionally Integrating Global Education in the Classroom: An English Teacher’s Perspective

3 Tips for Intentionally Integrating Global Education in the Classroom: An English Teacher’s Perspective

I recall a time when in my middle school English classroom, I used the term “current events” when teaching students about the world. I...

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