Scaling Global Competency Education Diane Robinson, Seth Brady, Tala Sweis, Trisha Carroll Unprecedented social, economic, political and cultural change has inspired calls for a new kind of education that prepares students for success in the global economy. One policy solution has been to integrate global competency standards into statewide curriculum. But applying policy to practice and bringing equitable global competency education to scale on a national level requires more substantial efforts––perhaps even a bit of radical thinking. This panel will feature trailblazers in Kentucky, Illinois and Jordan who have supported the implementation of virtual exchange as a tool to ensure young people have the skills they need to succeed in the 21st century.
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