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2017 Global Education Day at #ISTE17

Here's the recording of our Facebook Live stream from the sixth annual Global Education Day at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference.
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2017 Global Education Day at #ISTE17

Here's the recording of our Facebook Live stream from the sixth annual Global Education Day at the International Society for Technology in Education Conferen...
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OWYP brings Global Ed to Washington DC Schools

This year in Washington D.C., OWYP has taken university and middle/high school students on a journey through cross-cultural dialogue, intercultural understanding and local leadership. Every week, Georgetown University students have led the OWYP curriculum on global citizenship in Columbia Heights Education Campus and Hart Middle School

One World Youth Project links schools around the world to build mutual respect and understanding among students and provide the global life skills needed for success in the interconnected 21st century. To learn more, visit the OWYP website at http://www.oneworldyouthproject.org

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