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To go beyond rhetoric and
actually happen,
it will need the commitment
and purposeful action
of international educators
and offices across the
institution—in arts and
sciences, colleges of education,
and institutional leadership.
Each institution will approach this change
task differently and the kind of comprehensive
internationalization described above doesn’t
happen overnight. However, the experiences
of pioneering institutions such as the University of San Diego, Miami University (in Ohio),
University of Maryland, Michigan State University, Kent State University, a consortium of
universities in New Jersey led by Rutgers and
the University of North Carolina, to name a
few, provide practical and different models
of the process of internationalization. And
NAFSA, the Longview Foundation, Global
Teacher Education7, and Asia Society provide
web-based resources, examples of promising
practices, places to start, and case studies on
institutional change from which other institutions can create their own roadmaps.
An Imperative
for International Educators

Endnotes
1

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and
Development (OECD).(2010). PISA 2009 results:
Executive Summary. Available: http://www.oecd.
org/dataoecd/34/60/46619703.pdf.

National Research Council. International
Education and Foreign Languages: Keys to Securing
America’s Future. Report of the Committee
to Review the Title VI and Fulbright-Hays
International Education Programs (Washington,
D.C.: National Academies Press, 2007).

3

Vivien Stewart, A World-Class Education:
Learning from International Models of Excellence
and Innovation. (Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 2012).

4

Vivien Stewart, “School Leadership Around the
World,” Educational Leadership April 2013, 48–54.

5

Veronica Boix Mansilla and Anthony Jackson
(eds.) Educating for Global Competence:
Preparing our Youth to Engage the World.
Council of Chief State School Officers EdSteps
Initiative and the Asia Society Partnership for
Global Learning. (New York: Asia Society, 2011).
Available: http://asiasociety.org/files/bookglobalcompetence.pdf.

6

Longview Foundation. Teacher Preparation for
the Global Age: The Imperative for Change. 2008.
Available: http://www.longviewfdn.org/122/
teacher-preparation-for-the-global-age.html.

7

In February 2013, the Crosswalks Foundation
launched www.globalteachereducators.org, an
online resource and community for teacher
educators.

8

Vivien Stewart, Asia Society. Teaching and
Leadership for the Twenty-First Century: The
International Summit on the Teaching Profession.
(New York: Asia Society, 2012).
U.S. Department of Education. U.S. Department
of Education International Strategy 2012–16.
2012. Available: http://www2.ed.gov/about/
inits/ed/internationaled/internationalstrategy-2012-16.html.

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The call for action is clear. The challenge of developing a supply of high-quality teachers to
prepare all students with the knowledge, skills,
and dispositions for success in an increasingly
globalized and digital world grows ever more
acute. As U.S. Secretary of Education Arne
Duncan said at the second International Summit on the Teaching Profession, “With teaching
morale low and the need to recruit about one
million new teachers into the profession over
the next four to six years, we must take a
challenging situation and turn it into an opportunity for transformational change.”8 And the
U.S. Department of Education’s first fully articulated international agenda, issued in 2012,
stated its main goal as increasing the global
competencies of all U.S. students, including
those from disadvantaged backgrounds.9
Each institution will need to create its
own approach toward developing a world-

VIVIEN STEWART is senior advisor for
education for the Asia Society and author
of A World-Class Education: Learning
from International Models of Excellence
and Innovation.

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class and globally competent teacher
workforce. But for it to go beyond rhetoric and actually happen, it will need the
commitment and purposeful action of international educators and offices across the
institution—in arts and sciences, colleges of
education, and institutional leadership.
Countries around the world are making
unprecedented changes to their education
systems to prepare students for a very different world. Graduating the next generation
of students prepared for the challenges of a
diverse, globally interconnected world is
imperative. It is my strong hope that international educators across higher education
institutions in the United States will embrace
the challenges before them and work together toward the common goal of providing our
prospective teachers, and therefore the next
generation of students, with a world-class
and globally oriented education.
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