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Globally Challenged: Are U.S. Students Ready to Compete?

Paul E. Peterson • Ludger Woessmann • Eric A. Hanushek • Carlos X. Lastra-Anadón Prepared under the auspices of: Harvard's Program on Education Policy and Governance & Education Next Taubman Center for State and Local Government Harvard Kennedy School The latest on each state's ...

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The Globally Integrated Enterprise

The Globally Integrated Enterprise By Samuel J. Palmisano Foreign Affairs , May/June 2006 BEYOND MULTINATIONAL The multinational corporation (MNC), often seen as a primary agent of globalization, is taking on a new form, one that is promising for both business and society.

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Think Globally (and Locally), Act Locally (and Globally)

2 Student Explorations in Mathematics, May 2011 Thinking Globally Part 1: Hunger The following graphs portray the undernourished rate in each country as a percentage of the country's total population.

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5 Characteristics of a Globally Competent Student

The Globally Competent Student Sandra L. Russo and Leigh Ann Osborne 5 Characteristics of a Globally Competent Student

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The Globally Integrated Enterprise

beyond multinational The multinational corporation (mnc), often seen as a primary agent of globalization, is taking on a new form, one that is promising for both business and society.

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Child Mortality

Globally, neonatal mortality has declined 28 percent from 32 deaths per 1,000 live births in 1990 to 23 in 2010—an average of 1.7 percent a year, much ...

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Developing Globally Literate Leaders

Developing Globally Literate Leaders A landmark study reveals that global success depends on leadership skills and multicultural experience at all levels.

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Think Globally, Act Locally

USABLE KNOWLEDGE 2 BATTEN BRIEFINGS The Batten Briefi ngs is a quarterly discussion of innovation, entrepreneurship, and corporate transformation.

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Think Globally (and Locally), Act Locally (and Globally)

2 Student Explorations in Mathematics, September 2011 Thinking Globally Part 2: Poverty • One of every five children (400 million) do not have safe water.

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Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems

Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems A Legacy for the Future Parviz Koohafkan and Miguel A. Altieri GIAHS Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems

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