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American Forum for Global Education

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The American Forum for Global Education "is a private, non-for-profit organization, founded in 1970.

"For over thirty years, the American Forum has been nationally recognized for providing leadership and assistance to school systems, state departments of education, and colleges and universities, by initiating hundreds of programs and developing educational materials, teacher training seminars and publications to guide and implement these programs.

"These hundreds of programs, delivered to thousands of educators nationwide, are focused on giving young Americans a global perspective as an accepted part of their educational background. It is the goal of the American Forum that the young people of the United States will achieve an understanding of global issues, of cultural differences and similartities, and of the connections which exist in their daily lives between their actions - and those of their country - and others taking place in all parts of the globe, from east to west and north to south." [1]

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Web: http://www.globaled.org

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  1. About, American Forum for Global Education, accessed December 24, 2007.
  2. International Conflict and the Media, American Forum for Global Education, accessed December 24, 2007.
  3. About, American Forum for Global Education, accessed December 24, 2007.