*NEW* U.S. School Partnerships Program

School the World recently expanded our Global Citizenship Program to include a domestic opportunity by launching the School Partnerships Program.

This program is designed as a supplemental school curriculum with an emphasis in developing thoughtful global citizens, equipped with the skills to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world. Our curriculum is tailored by grade level to cover grades K-2, 3-5, middle school, and high school, and is fully customizable based on a teacher’s goals for their classes.

Through age-appropriate lessons, students will learn about subjects such as global citizenship, service learning, education inequality, extreme poverty, social justice, and the digital literacy divide.

This program can be a stand-alone learning workshop or supplement already-developed school curriculum at a half or full semester length. This student enrichment program includes, but is not limited to:

Resources for teachers to incorporate into curriculum plans, focused on ensuring that students develop a global lens.

Workshops with School the World Alumni that focus on real-world experiences within international education and service learning.

Connection to School the World classrooms in Central America as a global exchange and enhanced virtual learning environment.

Charitable opportunities for classes who want to further their involvement and commitment to the Central American students they connect with.

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