Join us this fall for HistoryThon:
A Walkathon to Support Education about African American History.
Our collaborative learning opportunities help K-12 teachers build global proficiency and 21st-century skills in the classroom.
Our resources for globalizing your curriculum include resource guides, primary sources, and classroom-ready activities.
Our programs reach thousands of globally minded educators every year, transforming the lives of over a million students to date.
What Teachers Need to Know: Africa
Third episode has been released!
Socially Connected, Physically Distanced
All Primary Source programming will be virtual until the end of the 20-21 school year. With everyone moving to a virtual space, so have we. To ensure that we all stay connected while adapting to this new normal, we have created some short videos to say “hello” and let you know what we’ve been up to. View them here.
2021 Summer Programs are Open for Registration!
Visit our Courses Page to learn more about the upcoming offerings and our new place-based learning series!
Building Blocks for Global Citizenship
This set of six online modules help build a foundation for global awareness and support cultural competence in the classroom and school community.