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Using Science Education to Shape a Better World

Through her work with the Smithsonian Science Education Center, Salzburg Global Fellow Carol O’Donnell aims to transform K-12 science education around the world

From Happiness Curriculum to Measuring Happiness

Co-founder of Dream a Dream reveals how Salzburg Global Seminar helped him forge new connections and measure his program for success

Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined: Special Edition E-Book

Salzburg Global Seminar and partners - WISE and Diplomatic Courier - launch e-book covering school responses to the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic

School Leadership During & Beyond COVID-19

Salzburg Global and WISE convene third and final part of the Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined series

“Education Can Save the Future” 

Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO speaks at Salzburg Global-WISE program on Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined

Take Education Funding Seriously or Face a “Human Tragedy”

Gordon Brown, UN Special Envoy for Global Education and former UK Prime Minister, warns of the danger of large-scale cuts to education spending at Salzburg Global-WISE program

Education Disrupted, Education Reimagined: Part II

Second program from Salzburg Global and WISE addresses what comes next for schools as they deal with the "new normal" post-COVID-19

Salzburg Global Helps Launch Podcast Series Addressing Needs of Children

Salzburg Global joins consortium led by Amal Alliance to produce podcast episodes for families and caregivers in vulnerable communities

Education Should Be Open Access

Producing educational resources can be lucrative, but licensing protections keep such materials out of reach for many of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged learners. How can we foster open access?

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
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