seeks to integrate global perspectives in a variety of academic disciplines that include Social Studies, Environmental and Sustainability Education, and World Languages.
International Education promotes global competence, which is a component of basic education. It provides students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills to understand and prosper in today’s interconnected world.
International Education may also refer to student or teacher exchanges and visiting teacher programs. The exchange of people—both students and teachers—is one of the most powerful tools for shaping global perspectives and building the skills for navigating and contributing to today’s interconnected world. The following links provide resources to answer your questions regarding both student and teacher exchange:
OSPI fosters intercultural understanding through partnerships with China, France, Japan, Spain, and Taiwan