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"
The new Hunger, Poverty & Inequality Portal brings together organizations to allow teachers and students to go to one location and get inspired, learn, act and reflect on the problem of hunger, poverty & inequality and show them that they can make a difference. Check out the video below and hear how these organizations are helping teachers […]Read more "Asking the Why Questions"
Since 1988, iEARN has asked all participants to address the question, “How will this project improve the quality of life on the planet?” This question is the glue that holds our network together, and it’s a question that guides us as we develop programs and share resources with like-minded partners around the world. This March, […]Read more "Introducing The Finding Solutions to Poverty and Inequality Alliance"