Are Our Students Ready for the Future?

Jerome, Sarah D.
February 2008
School Administrator;Feb2008, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p64
The author describes U.S. school practices to support student success through knowledge and skills. Profiles include Evanston Township, in Idaho, where high school students study international history, literature, and art and complete a related project, Glastonbury, Connecticut, where students study at least one foreign language, and schools that have established international exchange programs. She also profiles Yvonne Chan, of the Asia Society's International Studies Schools Network.


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