In just the first year of operation, the Center’s Confucius Classrooms have become the place to be! “Everyone wants to be a guest teacher in North Carolina now.”
The Center for International Understanding is part of a team working to develop a first-in-the-state global diplomacy early college high school in Cumberland County.
APPLY NOW! North Carolina K-12 teachers are invited to apply for professional development study in China: Explore technology of China’s past and present. Applications due February 4.
A group of Triangle-area teachers and principals has just returned from Guanajuato, Mexico to build School Partnerships, a way for students to learn with – and not just about – students in another country.
International School Partnerships help build global competence and broaden students’ perspectives. The Center has launched 30 International School Partnerships between middle and high schools in North Carolina and schools in Denmark.
The Center for International Understanding is developing the nation’s first state network of Confucius Classrooms over the next three years.
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