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This site provides resources for educators aiming to make global education accessible to all their students. Click on the links to learn more.

What is global education?

According to Primary Source "Global education is one that incorporates learning about the cultures, geographies, histories, and current issues of all the world’s regions. It emphasizes the interconnectedness and diversity of peoples and histories. Global education develops students’ skills to engage with their global peers and highlights actions students can take as citizens of the world. It is a lens that can be applied to all disciplines and all grade levels as well as the broader school community."

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Meet Educator Sarah Ellis

Sarah Ellis is a Spanish and Art teacher at Lowell High School in Lowell, Michigan. She has been teaching in the same district since 2006, with the exception of a one year sabbatical from 2018-19 to teach in Spain. She is one of the leaders on her district's Diversity Equity and Inclusion team, the advisor for her High School's Diversity Council, a member of her district’s Professional Development Advisory Committee, has been a part of her union's bargaining committee, and serves as her union’s PR representative. Sarah is also a practicing artist, who uses her art for education advocacy, and her art has been recognized in regional and national news outlets including the New York Times.

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