Author: Julie Kinnaird

Silk Road: Past and Present Workshop for Educators Offered at UNC-Chapel Hill

Join the Carolina Asia Center and Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies for “Silk Road: Past and Present, a Workshop for Educators” Saturday, April 8, 2017, 9:00am-5:30pm UNC Chapel Hill A rich history exists between Asia and the Middle East,

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Share Your Voice and Help the UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

The UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies is working on a video project and needs your help! Through your testimonials, The Consortium hopes to open minds to the importance of education about Latin America and the Caribbean. Collectively, your voices can

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National Geographic Society now offering education-focused grants to individual educators!

National Geographic education grants will support projects that aim to teach people about the world and how it works, empowering them to make it a better place. Funded projects must align with one of the Society’s three focus lenses: The

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Recognized by NC State Board of Education as a Global-Ready District

The North Carolina State Board of Education and the NC Department of Public Instruction recognized Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) as a Global-Ready District at the prepared level on February 1, 2017. CMS was one of the first two districts in the state to earn the

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Educator Opportunities in Chapel Hill and Brussels from the UNC Center for European Studies

EU in NC Study Tours May 18-19 | Community College Educators | Deadline March 15 August 14-15 | K-12 Educators | Deadline May 15 + More info + Application (K-12 and CC) CES will be hosting two-day study tours on UNC-Chapel

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Choices and World View Partner for a Summer Institute on Exploring the Choices Approach to Contested Issues

An Immersion Program for Choices Workshop Leaders Exploring the Choices Approach to Contested Issues July 10-12, 2017 @ UNC-Chapel Hill Co-sponsored by World View Who Should Attend Anyone who will present the Choices Program’s materials and approach to other educators!

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Now open – Latin American & Caribbean Lending Library!

The UNC-Duke Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies is proud to announce the launch of its   Latin American & Caribbean Lending Library! Sets of books are now available for K-12 level instruction free of cost. Educators may check

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Applications now being accepted for the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program

IREX is excited to announce a new application cycle for the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program. The Teachers for Global Classrooms Program (TGC) is a year-long professional development opportunity for U.S. teachers (K-12) to become leaders in global education. Global education

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Onslow County Schools Earns Highest Recognition in the State for Global Education

The North Carolina State Board of Education designated Onslow County Schools as a Global-Ready Model District, making the district a leader in North Carolina for its focus on global education.  It is the only district in the state to meet

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The Afghan Sister Schools Partnership Invites You to the Premiere of Hello My Friend

Join the Afghan Sister Schools Partnership (ASSP) for a short film chronicling two schools, a world apart, committed to building bridges of peace and friendship through the shared belief that peace and education are the rights of children everywhere. Special Guest Speaker

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