International Day of Education

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Date(s) - 01/25/21
9:30 am

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International Day of Education

January 25, 2021

9:30am CST

 

Under the theme “Recover and Revitalize Education for the COVID-19 Generation,” International Day of Education 2021 will highlight the collaboration and international solidarity needed to place education and lifelong learning at the center of the pandemic recovery.

To mark this important day, join Global Minnesota for a free virtual symposium that will tackle urgent questions about how to design the future of learning in a world impacted by COVID-19, climate disruption, and more.

Beginning at 9:30 am CST, global leaders from UNESCO and Education International will kick off the day, followed by workshops and panel discussions from frontline professionals who are creating the future of learning. Sessions will include presentations on the current state of international students; creative business support for education; and education for inclusion, equity, and cohesion.

 

 

OFFER

“20%-discount for Fulbright members on all Language Courses at Link EUS – the European Cultural Center NYC

 

Link EUS, the European Cultural Center in NYC, aims to strengthen the cultural bond between Europe and the US by bringing Americans and Europeans together to experience and discuss European culture. Among other things, they offer online language classes for 10 different languages for various levels, times and intensities. Fulbright scholars and alumni receive an exclusive discount of 20% on all course fees (Discount Code: FULBRIGHT20). The class sizes are very small with only 2-5 students per class, ensuring all participants get a lot of one-on-one attention. For Spanish, French, Italian and German, there are free trial classes for beginners available. Now that the new year is here, this might be the perfect time to brush up your language skills. For more information about the organization and all courses, please visit www.link-eus.com. ”

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