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on Countries Around the World
Archived - International Education Week 2011 web site
Many U.S. and foreign embassies have resources on their web
sites. For a list of U.S. embassies worldwide, visit http://usembassy.state.gov.
For a list of foreign embassies in Washington, DC, visit http://www.embassy.org/embassies.
Opportunities on U.S. Higher Education
EducationUSA offers various resources on U.S. higher education, supports overseas
advising centers, and collaborates with U.S. educational organizations
to strengthen international exchange.
National Geographic Xpeditions
Geographic Xpeditions is home to the U.S. National Geography
Standards and to thousands of ideas, tools, and interactve adventures
that bring them to life. Here you will find lesson plans, atlas
maps, and various activities to help in planning lessons and other
World Wise Schools
Coverdell World Wise Schools, a domestic program of the Peace Corps, has helped more than 3 million U.S. students communicate directly with Peace Corps Volunteers all over the world. The World Wise Schools website offers free, dynamic cross-cultural classroom materials, literature, videos, stories, and lessons to enrich K–12 students, such as the Global Issues: Working With Communities module and the award-winning educational game Peace Corps Challenge.
TeachUNICEF is a portfolio of global education teacher resources designed and collected by the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's Education Department for teachers, afterschool instructors, and parents. TeachUNICEF resources cover grades PK-12, are interdisciplinary (social studies, science, math, English/language arts, foreign/world languages), and align with national standards. The units, lesson plans, stories, videos and multimedia cover topics such as the Millennium Development Goals, poverty, and water and sanitation.
Flag Display at Ormond Middle
School in Centerville, Virginia