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Attend “Turkey: From the Ottoman Empire to Contemporary History and Politics” Workshop

Secondary educators: Attend the “Turkey: From the Ottoman Empire to Contemporary History and Politics” workshop, presented by the Duke Islamic Studies Center with support from Qatar Foundation International and the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies. The workshop will take

Discount for Friends of World View: Carolina Performing Arts China Orchestra

This school year World View will explore East Asia through the spring seminar and global study visit program to China. Leading up to these great programs, we wanted to share an announcement on behalf of our friends at Carolina Performing

Attend Free Workshops from the NC Council on the Holocaust

The North Carolina Council on the Holocaust offers free one-day, multi-county teacher workshops on the Holocaust throughout the state. The Council reimburses for public school substitute teachers. The workshop is designed for social studies, language arts and media specialist teachers

Educators: How to Help with Disaster Relief Efforts in Puerto Rico

Education Week recently shared pictures and stories about the devastation of Puerto Rico after it was hit by Hurricane Maria. Readers were deeply affected and asked how they could help, and as a result Education Week published a list of ways

Apply for the Council Scholar Award Program

The World Affairs Council of Charlotte is committed to the expansion of international education in area schools. For the 24th year, they are running their Council Scholar Award Program, designed to reward outstanding teachers or administrators who have demonstrated a

Register for “The Art of Revolution: Tunisia, Egypt and Syria,” a Free Webinar

Join the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies and the National Humanities Center on Thursday, October 12, 2017 for a free webinar – “The Art of Revolution: Tunisia, Egypt and Syria” – with Professor Ellen McLarney of Duke University. Register

Ackland Art Museum Hosts Free K-12 Educator Open House

On Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., the Ackland Art Museum will host a free K-12 Educator Open House to explore their Flash of Light, Fog of War: Japanese Military Prints, 1894-1905 exhibition, as well as the Ackland’s

Durham School of the Arts’ Día de los Muertos (and More Resources from CLACS)

Durham School of the Arts’ Fall Art Festival: Día de los Muertos Where: Durham School of the Arts, 400 N. Duke Street, Durham, NC When: Saturday, September 30, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Community Alter Making Day); Saturday, October 28,

Apply for the NCGA Geo-Inquiry Leadership Institute

The 2018 North Carolina Geographic Alliance is now accepting applications for its Geo-Inquiry Leadership Institute. The Institute is hosted by the NC Center for the Advancement of Teaching and it takes place June 28-30, 2018 in Ocracoke, North Carolina. This

World View Featured on UNC-Chapel Hill’s Podcast Well Said

Charlé LaMonica, World View’s director, talked to UNC-Chapel Hill’s podcast Well Said about the origin of World View, the resources and professional development programs offered to educators and the importance of global education. Charlé and Well Said go in-depth about the