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Second Cohort of Global Leaders Scholars Named

The Reich College of Education has partnered again with Participate Learning to offer a Global Leaders Scholars program. Twenty scholars were selected based on a competitive application process. The program supports students to become globally competent leaders, providing the understanding of what it means to be a member of a global community as well as how to take action to improve their local and global community.

Heritage Middle School Students, Teacher, Recycle Plastic Bags

Global Leaders teacher Tim Gallagher talks about how students are plastic bags as an opportunity to make a global change that ties in directly to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.

How an international teacher exchange program exposes Prince William Co. students to new cultures

There are over 250 Participate Learning teachers in Virginia’s second-largest school system, a spokesperson said, and 102 new teachers from the program this year. Many of them come from Jamaica, like Frater-Gayle did, and teach students aspects of cultures they otherwise may not learn about.

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Education Matters – North Carolina is a Leader in Global Education

Hear about how North Carolina continues to work toward a common goal of global education, and how one method, dual language programs, is taking shape across our state and preparing our children to work and compete in a global workplace.

Appalachian State University Launches Global Leaders Scholars Program in Partnership with Participate Learning

“The Reich College of Education is proud to partner with Participate Learning to develop globally-competent teachers and leaders,” said Dr. Hannah Reeder, assistant dean for the Reich College of Education.

How a global framework impacts students, their communities and their futures

With the help of Participate Learning’s Global Leaders framework, schools are able to incorporate global themes into their classrooms, increasing engagement, empathy and academic performance in students.

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