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Globalizing Global Education to Nurture World Citizens

Phi Delta Kappan
ED120302
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IN the 1990s, the global education movement in the U.S. took on some ethnocentric characteristics. Largely due to attacks from the political Right, global educators worked hard to avoid controversial issues. They also often strove for what was euphemistically called “balance”: “Teach about other peoples and countries, but ‘patriotically.’” Many American educators wanted global issues in their curriculum, but most did not particularly think to seek interaction with educators worldwide also concerned with teaching global issues.

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