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Pittsburgh teens in front of the Chinese Art Museum.

STUDENT VOICE: How a trip with other Pittsburgh students taught me that Chinese and American aren’t two separate concepts

Learning, in Shanghai, that it’s not necessary to choose one culture over the other

Seoul – Retired British football star David Beckham teaches South Korean children some soccer skills during a publicity tour for insurance group AIA.

OPINION: Known for its intense testing pressure, top-performing South Korea dials it back

What the U.S. can learn from one nation’s rollout of exam-free semesters

Students at a village school gather for a performance.

Coding, crafts and free sanitary napkins lure India’s girls to school

Trying to get, and keep, India’s girls in school

While the rest of the world invests more in education, the U.S. spends less

Years of disinvestment could affect the future U.S. labor force

TEACHER VOICE: When it comes to teacher training, the U.S. could learn a thing or two from Canada

How the province of Alberta handles preparation and certification

The potential, promise and pitfalls of blended learning in India

Despite lack of computers and connectivity, India is trying to add blended methods to its schools

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How the immigration controversy could drive up the cost of college

Losing international students would cost U.S. universities billions in revenue

From the archives: Already languishing in red tape, refugee students now may be barred altogether from U.S.

Even without new restrictions, very few in this “lost generation” will ever get to study here

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