We live in a diverse region, with people from all over the world forming our communities, networks, and families. In a time where policies and politics are increasingly global but less than half of the US population has a passport, where do international issues fit in our educational system? How much of a role does educational curriculum play in impacting our views on international topics? Come hear the thoughts of our distinguished panel and join in the discussion!
- Ryan Hauck (moderator) – Director, Global Classroom; Teacher, Glacier Peak High School
- Dr. Christine Ingebritsen – University of Washington: Professor, Scandinavian Studies; Adjunct Professor, Political Science, Women’s Studies
- John Compton – Founder/CEO, OneCityProject
- Sarah Rose Shuer – Undergraduate student, University of Washington: Jackson School of International Studies
- MaryLynn Halpin — Dual Language Teacher, McDonald International Elementary School
Promotional partners: Center for West European Studies at the Jackson School of International Studies