3 Big Ideas World Learning is Thinking About in 2019

1. How do we equip the youth of today with skills they need to be the business, civil society, education, and government leaders of tomorrow?

The Quality Instruction towards Access and Basic Education Improvement (QITABI) project aims to expand equitable access and improve learning outcomes for vulnerable students in Lebanese public schools.
Kids Can Code builds upon Kano’s intuitive technology and computer coding lessons, which give young people the skills they need to find jobs in the modern workforce and to shape the digital world.

2. How do we contribute to inclusive and resilient communities?

World Learning has established partnerships with Mobility International USA (MIUSA) and the U.S. International Council on Disabilities (USICD) as well as with disabled persons’ organizations (DPOs) in several countries to create stronger linkages for global programs around disability inclusion.
The Algiers STEAM center is an industry-led initiative to strengthen the innovation, critical thinking and communication skills of the Algerian workforce via direct training of youth, targeted training of teachers and community education forums and events.

3. How do we develop partnerships for sustainability and self-reliance?

LEAD Mongolia fellows have the requisite skills, knowledge, and networks to engage constructively with and within their government, communities, or other institutions for improved democratic outcomes.



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