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CELEBRATE THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION

January 14, 2019

This holiday, created by the UN General Assembly in Brussels in late 2018, celebrates education as a builder of peace and a contributor to development. It also brings global attention to Sustainable Development Goal 4: to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.”

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K-12 CHINESE LANGUAGE CONTEST

January 9, 2019

The Confucius Institute at NC State University is holding their 10th Annual Chinese Language Speech Contest. The contest is open to all non-heritage Chinese speakers, K-12, who are currently living in North Carolina and contestants will be grouped into immersion and non-immersion classifications.

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EU TODAY ESSAY CONTEST

January 3, 2019

The Center for European Studies is hosting an EU Today Essay Contest as part of their fourth annual Europe Week celebration. Middle and high school and college students, teachers, faculty members, business and nonprofit professionals and all other community members are invited to share their thoughts on the importance of the European Union and transatlantic relations.

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APPLY FOR A WORLD VIEW SCHOLARSHIP

December 12, 2018

World View expands access to its global professional development programs by offering a limited number of scholarships, based on funding availability, for K-12 and community college educators to attend its spring seminars each year.

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TEACHING INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY (12/18)

December 12, 2018

International Migrants Day is a United Nations day of observation held on December 18. Consider integrating information about migration into your classroom or curriculum – or just observing International Migrants Day – by using some of the resources listed here.

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