The struggle that girls face in securing an education is not a girl or woman problem -- it is a father's and brother's issue too. Therefore, as we celebrate Father's Day in the U.S. on June 15, I call on my fellow fathers to join me to commit to ensuring that our daughters have access to a quality and safe education.
Kids Can Make a Difference announces a resource portal for teachers and students to get inspired, learn, act and reflect on the problem of hunger, poverty & inequality and show them that they can make a difference.
Estimados amigos/colegas: Los convocamos para participar en una interpretación colaborativa (niños, jóvenes/adultos) sea como cantantes, instrumentistas, y/o coros de la canción “All you need is love” de Los Beatles. Se pide que cada participante envíe su interpretación en video en calidad HD para que pueda ser compilado en el mismo formato. El tempo del tema es de ( negra=100). El video luego será publicado en internet, difundido y proyectado en la conferencia de iEARN 2014 con el fin de mostrar como desarrollar un trabajo colaborativo en red.
Have you or your students ever wondered what impact growing your own food or eating more of what is available locally could have on the environment? Tune in to hear our distinguished guest speakers share how they got involved in the fields of environmentalism and food sustainability, some interesting facts related to the work they do and their recommendations for what we can all do to have a positive impact on the environment.
ROCK HILL, S.C., May 19, 2014 -- 3D Systems announced today its partnership with Level Up Village to provide students aged 8 to 12 with STEM-based.
"The only way we can prepare children for tomorrow is to teach them how to think in both global and local contexts, and enable them to innovate and adapt to changes. I think Level Up Village is doing a wonderful job at this and the program is helping us instill all these skills into our students, preparing them to be better future leaders," said Abdullah Syed, a teacher in Pakistan at the Society for International Education.
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YES student Syed Asad Ali, a junior at Central Valley High School in Shasta Lake, California, was recently selected from more than 1,000 exchange students in the United States to speak on Capitol Hill in front of his peers, Senators and Congressmen in the Russell Senate Office Building during the EOSW Reception later this month. He is incredibly excited for this opportunity. "I'm the boy that they selected out of 1,000, many more, exchange students, so I'm very happy for it. I'm gonna go back to Capitol Hill, I'm going to give a speech. That is the highest honor for anyone to ever have," he said.
iEARN turned 25 in 2013! What better way to celebrate than by thanking you, our supporters and friends, with a copy of our 2013 iEARN-USA Annual Report. In its pages, you’ll see the many ways iEARN-USA prepares young people to live and work in an interconnected world.