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Where's the culture for kids? Many kids can't find major landmarks on a map. Here are some tips to bring culture for kids and world geography into your home.
Activities, crafts, and recipes to celebrate Mexican heritage with your child.
In the 21st century world, parents can do more than ever to promote global citizenship and open their child's eyes to people and places unlike her own culture.
Create lasting memories and appreciation of foreign cultures with these holiday celebrations.
There is one group of kids who are experiencing marked improvements in their education as a result of NCLB: English Language Learners (ELL's).
Do you want to expose your children to World Cultures? With the help of some activities and products, learn what you need to do to create an international experience at home!
A pen pal helps practice reading and writing, and teaches kids about life in other countries. Find out how to get your child a pen pal here.
Don't just veg in front of the TV, make watching the Olympics a fun learning experience this year!
Many families view hosting an exchange student as a great way to learn about another culture, make new friends, and expand one's horizons.  Should you do it?
School options in the U.S are complicated enough, but the choices abroad may be even less clearcut. Parenting advice on finding a school in a foreign country.
Throw a party that will take your child on a round-the-world trip, without leaving the backyard. Here are ideas for party games and activities.
The article discusses social changes, political forces, economic pressures, plus beliefs and values that influence educational practices.
There is a popular image of Asian American students as the 'model minority.' In fact, Asian Americans are a diverse population with different educational needs.
Compares and contrasts how mothers and caregivers facilitate language development in young children and how this is affected by cultural and socioeconomic
A discussion of the issues that parents and children who come from interracial families face, and how they relate to early childhood education.
Culture influences education in many ways. Here the individualist and collectivist cultural perspectives on education are compared.
Students first learn about their culture at home. Schools can offer students the unique opportunity to study themselves and their classmates in the safe
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