To be successful global citizens, workers, and leaders, American students will need to be knowledgeable about the world, be able to communicate in other languages, and be informed and active about decisions and problems that impact the global community. This statement from the 2008 NEA National Summit on Raising Global Awareness in US Public Schools is reflected in School of Education and Human Development’s growing participation with international partners.
Kyrgyzstan Government Seeks EHDs Expertise in School Reform
Research Assistant Professor Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch leads an early education initiative with the Kyrgyzstan government.Read More
CASTL's Mission to Improve Education in Latin America
CASTL's descriptive study of children’s classroom experiences in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade in Brazil, Chile and EcuadorLearn More
Youth Institute Will Support Youth Toward Scholarship, Service, and Education
Associate Professor Nancy Deutsch received a grant to initiate planning for a new pan-University Institute for Engaged Youth.Read More
Research With a Global Impact
Countries Reached By The School of Education and Human Development Research
Read about study abroad opportunities
Study abroad opportunities allow students to grow academically and professionally while gaining a global perspective.
Global Studies in Education Minor
Students of Global Studies strive to understand the effectiveness of educational policies and practices in an increasingly interconnected world.