Your students will soon enter the most globalized job market in history.
As they seek to prepare themselves to be successful in the global economy, it is critical that they develop an almost innate sense that allows them to connect global issues to their everyday lives. Another vital goal is to guide them to appreciate the benefits — and recognize the challenges — of cultural and political diversity.
An engaging exploration of key global issues
"'Firsts in 2010," "Population Growth: The Global
Lowdown," "China in Africa," "Global IT," "Corruption: The Global
Take," "NGOs as Guardians of Globalization."
These are the kinds of cross-cutting topics we present. With our time-efficient briefing format, The Globalist's Issue of the Week provides a stimulating look at one key aspect of the global community each week.
By presenting one feature each week, we help today's students navigate an increasingly complex world of issues — ranging from high energy prices and agricultural subsidies to ethics and sustainability.