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What do Olympic athletes, outliers, and a girl from Pakistan all have in common?

They are all subjects of The New York Times 5 top best sellers list in non-fiction paperback. Great educators always focus on students. Carefully crafted lessons and assignments are put together targeting certain learning outcomes. The majority of schools and

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Experience the World Without Leaving North Carolina!

Engage all of your senses in a cultural experience that will take you around the world without leaving North Carolina. The 31st Annual International Festival will be October 14-16, 2016 at the Raleigh Convention Center.  To celebrate cultural heritage and community there will be

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Jumpstarting the School Year with a Focus on Relationships and Greatness

The start of a new school year can bring about feelings of anxiety, excitement, fear, or joy. Whether you feel some, all, or none of these emotions, the new school year is fast approaching! On August 11, 2016 more than 300

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WORLD VIEW WELCOMES Sammi Sedler

World View is elated to welcome our new Program Coordinator, Sammi Sedler! Sammi is our newest addition, as World View’s Program Coordinator. She will provide support for World View’s faculty and programs, coordination of logistics for World View To You! and manage our currency kits.

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A great start to a New Year…

Like any summer intern starting at a new organization, when I arrived at World View I was excited and very nervous. I expected a summer internship with pretty nice co-workers and interesting opportunities. I was not prepared for the amazing

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Farewell is not goodbye…

We want to thank Alexandria Faulkenbury, our former program coordinator, for her service and dedication to World View over the last 4 years. She provided support to World View’s faculty and programs, developed onsite professional development sessions, managed World View’s

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Brexit…World View was There!

On June 23 the whole world watched as the votes rolled in and the United Kingdom voted to separate from the European Union. At the exact same time, World View’s delegation of educators on the 2016 study visit to Germany

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2016-2017 Council Scholar Award Program from World Affairs Council of Charlotte

The World Affairs Council of Charlotte is pleased to announce the Council Scholar Award Program for the 2016-2017 school year. This signature WACC international education initiative offers a unique opportunity for selected educators to travel abroad for professional development opportunities and

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World View welcomes Natasha Gilliam

World View is thrilled to welcome our new Communications Specialist, Natasha Gilliam! 

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Building Bridges: How Indian Americans Brought the U.S. and India Closer Together

August 31 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm FedEx Global Education Center When Swadesh Chatterjee arrived in the United States with his wife Manjusri and their baby daughter, he had just $35 in his pocket. A decade and a half

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