Category Archives: Coalition Blog

Members of the Washington State Coalition for International Education Steering Committee post items of interest to this blog.

Russian Dual Language in Bellevue

April 27, 2016 Dear Sir/Madam, I am reaching out to you about our initiative which will support cultural and linguistic diversity in Bellevue School District through introduction of another dual language immersion program – with English and Russian languages. As you may … Continue reading

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International Schools Symposium

On Saturday, May 21st you are invited to the International Schools Symposium at John Stanford International School (4057 5th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105). Please come spend the morning with colleagues from schools across the district and beyond and earn … Continue reading

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Seattle International Schools Community Meetings

“Our vision is to prepare students, in partnership with family and community, for global citizenship in an increasingly interdependent world.” SPS International Education Brochure (PDF) Seattle Public Schools has initiated a process for studying the impacts, risks, and benefits of sustaining … Continue reading

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Heritage Language Research Institute 2016

Ninth Heritage Language Research Institute From bilingual children to adult heritage speakers The University of Washington has the honor of hosting this year’s Heritage Language Research Institute, organized by the National Heritage Language Research Center at UCLA. JUNE 15- 18, … Continue reading

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One World Now! Get Global Youth Conference 2016

The 11th Annual Get Global Youth Conference is on May 21, 2016 Student-planned and student-led, the OWN Get Global Youth Conference is designed to empower youth and young social entrepreneurs to take action on important global issues. Register for Get Global … Continue reading

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