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From Where I Stand: Creating Peace in the World by Inspiring Students

What does peace mean to you? What if the meaning of peace was discussed in every classroom? How would all our lives change? Recently I attended the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center Conference entitled The People Centered Approach to Conflict Resolution

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2015 Summer Leadership Conference – Western Region Education Service Alliance (WRESA)

The Western Region Education Service Alliance will host the 2015 Summer Leadership Conference from June 28 – July 1, 2015 at Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC. The leadership conference, co-sponsored by the NC Association of School Administrators (NCASA), is

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Educators drum, draw, and deepen their knowledge during World View’s regional seminars

Last week, World View hosted our annual spring seminars in Chapel Hill at the William and Ida Friday Center. The seminars, Latin America and North Carolina and The Modern Middle East, brought K-12 and community college educators from around the

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Middle East Content Survey

Searching for content and/or resources on the Middle East? The Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies wants to hear from you! The consortium is conducting a short survey to assess demand for Middle East material among North Carolina educators. Your

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School Partnership in Berlin, Germany

The Checkpoint Charlie Foundation is looking for American schools that would be interested in establishing partnerships with Berlin schools. They are currently working with over twenty schools in Berlin. The partnerships can take many different forms, ranging from learning about the

Posted in 6-8, 9-12, Classroom Connections & Projects, Eurasia & East Europe, K-12, K-5, News

Global Education Opportunitiy

The Art of Transformation: A Workshop for Educators on the Migration of  People, Things, and Dreams between Guatemala and the U.S.   Featuring Filmmaker Mark Kendall,  Producer and Director of La Camioneta   Saturday, February 14, 2015 10:00 am – 4:30

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Teacher Exchange Program 2015

Interested in a teacher exchange program with Mexico? The Federal Government of Mexico and the Ministry of Education and Foreign Affairs to Mexico invites all state authorities in Mexico and the United States to submit nominations to the “Mexico –

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Happy New Year from World View!

On December 31, New York City’s Times Square will be filled with holiday revelers counting down the minutes until the ball drops at midnight and the New Year begins. Not everyone, however, celebrates the New Year on January 1. In

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NC Public Schools Global Educator Digital Badge for Teachers

Jan 2015 Webinars for Principals and Teachers The State Board of Education (SBE) approved the Global Educator Digital Badge for Teachers policy at the October 2, 2014, SBE meeting. Beginning in January 2015, a candidate for the Global Educator Digital

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The Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship

Calling all teachers—this is the moment you’ve been waiting for! The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Program is looking for 25 K-12 educators currently teaching in the U.S. or Canada to join us in 2015 for an all-expense-paid, adventure of a lifetime. This

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