Understanding Global Competency Mapping the Nation
Mapping the Nation is an interactive map that pulls together demographic, economic, and education indicators—nearly one million data points—to show that the United States is a truly global nation. Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World
Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World
is intended for classroom teachers, administrators, informal educators, policymakers, community leaders, researchers, parents, students and all other stakeholders interested in preparing our youth for the 21st century. Becoming better at educating for global competence involves rethinking practices and recognizing that there are no simple recipes for success.
Preparing 21st Century Students for a Global Society: An Educators Guide to the “Four C’s”
All educators want to help their students succeed in life. What was considered a good education 50 years ago, however, is no longer enough for success in college, career and citizenship in the 21st century. The National Education Association in collaboration with other U.S. professional organizations, developed this guide to help educators integrate policies and practices for building the "Four C's": critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity into their own instruction.
The Framework for State Action on Global Education
The Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) has advocated for more than a decade that in order to be ready for college and careers students need both proficiency in the core subjects as well as the ability to think critically, problem solve, communicate, collaborate, create and innovate.
Global Competency Education – A College Board Research Brief
Every year in the United States, millions of students graduate with some type of postsecondary credential—certificate, associate, or bachelor’s degree—and discover they are not, or are identified as not being, adequately prepared to compete in the increasingly global economy.