The Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning annual conference is dedicated to preparing American students to be globally competent and ready for college. The two-day event connects educators, business leaders, policymakers and resource providers to share best practices, build partnerships and advance policies to ensure the next generation is ready to lead in an interconnected world.
The 2013 Partnership for Global Learning annual conference (PGL13) will be an exciting one. Please join us June 28–29 in New York City.
Asia Society invites educators with great program models to present their work at the Partnership for Global Learning annual conference.
Asia Society seeks session proposals that address at least one of the four conference themes:
Deeper Learning - The skills and knowledge an ever-changing world demands.
Expanded Learning - Creative approaches to global competence beyond school hours and walls.
A Digital World - Create a truly global environment, right in your own classroom.
Take Action - Students create their own future through real-world projects.
Applications are due January 3, 2013.
Submit a session proposal at http://sites.asiasociety.org/pgl2013/program/submit-a-session-proposal