If teachers aren’t focused on guiding students to learn and gain knowledge, the fight against educational inequity won’t progress.
Public debate about two prominent poverty-alleviation programs shows that over the past 15 years international development has become much more scientific.
The connection between environmental quality and the predicament of disadvantaged populations is coming into ever-sharper relief.
Serious games tap into the same culture of online friendship from social networking to fuel peer involvement and encourage collaboration around real-world challenges.
Advances in reducing poverty, environmental protection, and other global issues threaten the status quo—a report from Rio+20.
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Investing in small business and new ventures is a good thing and vital to our communities, but we must not confuse it with charity or strategic long-term social investment.
How can global communication help students understand the world better and grow as innovators?
Online games make school relevant and engaging.
A more nuanced, shared language to describe how online and blended learning differ from other forms of digital instruction is crucial to lasting educational change.
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