Teaching is changing. We’re educating students for jobs that don’t exist yet using technologies that haven’t been invented. -Katherine, Pattonville High School Teacher Through global project collaborations, iEARN educators are meeting the challenge of teaching students for tomorrow and equipping them with the 21st Century Skills they will need to succeed in their future academic, […]Read more "Changing Teaching Through Global Project-Based Learning"
iEARN-USA is proud to announce the launch of the new National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program Interactive website. The site is a showcase of the language learning and cross-cultural experiences of American students on the U.S. Department of State sponsored program. NSLI-Y provides merit-based scholarships for eligible high school students and recent high school graduates […]Read more "New National Security Language Initiative for Youth Storytelling Site"
Living in a highly interdependent world is not an option—but at present, being educated to do so competently is. — Harvard Professor Fernando Reimers United States policy has a huge impact on the world – effecting businesses, economies and ecosystems around the globe. In this increasingly interconnected age, it is critical the U.S. education policy prioritize […]Read more "Engaging the Global Commons"
[above image: Students in Denton Avenue Elementary School in New York share some feedback with iEARN-USA staff.] iEARN-USA is honored to be one of the first Top-Rated Awards of 2014 on Great NonProfits! Thank you for all the great reviews and support, like this lovely review from our long-time partner Wendy Jewell of the […]Read more "Believing the World Will Be OK"