Partnership for Global Learning Annual Conference 2010
  • Join us July 8-10, 2010 in the Washington, DC area!

    Hilton Washington D.C./Rockville Hotel & Executive Meeting Center, Rockville, MD

  • President Obama has called for a world class education for every American student. How do we get there from here? And how do we ensure that every student is both ready for college and globally competent to succeed in the interconnected world of the 21st century?

    The Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning annual conference connects educators, business leaders, policymakers and resource providers to share best practices, build partnerships and advance policies to ensure that all students are prepared for work and citizenship in a global era.

    • Build Successful Global Futures Hear why success in college and the workplace now requires global knowledge and skills
    • Teach for Global Competence Learn new strategies and resources to help young people learn about the world
    • Transform Schools and Districts Discover new models and approaches to designing and leading world-class schools and afterschool programs
    • Learn with the World Collaborate with international experts on teaching and learning
    • Advocate for Global Learning Engage federal and state leaders on policy options to promote global competence
    • Make Connections Share knowledge and build effective networks to support global learning

    The 2011 PGL Conference will take place July 7-9, 2011 in the Washington, DC area. Learn more!
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    Watch a video from a recent Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning conference. Hear from policy leaders and researchers. Educators share best practices. Here, U.S. Under Secretary of State Judith McHale discusses the importance of a rising China to the United States.