Global Education

abstract illustration of branches of a tree, suggesting inclusion
Anti-Muslim bullying is different from other types of harassment. Here’s how schools can work against it.
multicultural group of students working around a laptop
Educating a new generation of global citizens prepared to create, collaborate, and navigate the world’s complexities.
The Costs of Poverty
One third of 3- and 4-year-olds in the developing world are not meeting basic milestones. What can be done?
Quality for Some, or Access for All?
New case studies on refugee education shed light on challenging choices.
Educating for Peace
How schools can help foster a more peaceful world.
Close-up of hands over a laptop keyboard
New study shows MOOCs have not yet fulfilled their promise as a force for equity.
Settling In
What U.S. educators need to know about refugee children and how to teach them.
a child's hand on barbed wire
How a global partnership is changing the educational landscape for children living in conflict.
student artwork of a map related to the Out of Eden Learn project
Following the path of a round-the-world journey, a Project Zero initiative lets students trace new connections.
Hands on globe
As the world grows more interconnected, education looks outward.
Incentives
How effective are cash transfer programs at expanding access to education in the developing world?
Refugee children
In a new video, HGSE researchers describe their contributions to UN efforts to improve education for refugee children around the world.
Professor Fernando Reimers
Professor Fernando Reimers outlines the value of integrating global awareness, skills, and understanding in K-12 education.