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EDUCATION FOR TOMORROW'S WORLD

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The Education for Tomorrow’s World series informs new approaches to learning, skills and inclusion for radically different societies. Topical programs and regional workshops address emerging challenges and opportunities for education, assessment and the future of work, generating strategic recommendations and practical projects to recalibrate and reform current systems.

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Maslow Before Bloom: Educators Need to Meet Learners’ Basic Needs in Time of Pandemic

Teachers are being called on to do more than just teach during the Coronavirus crisis

Putting on Our Own Masks First: Helping the Helpers

In time of pandemic, educators need as much support as their learners

Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined

Salzburg Global teams up with WISE to host two-day virtual convening (April 15 to 16) on the future of education, post-coronavirus crisis

Educators and Champions from Around the Globe Gather for the World's Largest Free Online SEL Conference

For this year’s International Day of Happiness, Karanga – a Salzburg Global Fellow-led initiative – holds a virtual convening on social and emotional learning.

Nothing About Us Without Us

Reflections on the Zero Project Conference Youth Forum

Brick by Brick - Learning Through Play

LEGO Foundation program specialist Mary Winters on the value of play, social and emotional learning, and getting buy-in

Learning Endures: Creating Educational and Workforce Opportunities for Migrant Students

Salzburg Global program partner, ETS highlights its work in celebration of International Migrants Day

Language, Culture and Connected Communities: Supporting and Empowering Displaced and Vulnerable Populations

Salzburg Global program partner, Qatar Foundation International highlights its three pillars in celebration of International Migrants Day

Educating a World on the Move

In celebration of International Migrants Day, Microsoft's Barbara Holzapfel reflects on her latest Salzburg Global program and the humanitarianism and technology panel she moderated

Strengthening Partnerships and Building Networks

QFI senior programs advisor Carine Allaf on work, challenges, and new opportunities
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