Gender, Development, and Human Rights Work in North Africa and the Middle East Workshop

Posted on Oct 27, 2016 in Global Classroom | Comments Off on Gender, Development, and Human Rights Work in North Africa and the Middle East Workshop

On Tuesday, October 25th, educators and community members gathered at Hamilton International Middle School for a Global Classroom...

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Chief Sealth’s Skype Session with Author Ben Rawlence 05/19

Posted on May 20, 2016 in Global Classroom | Comments Off on Chief Sealth’s Skype Session with Author Ben Rawlence 05/19

Between January and March 2016, Global Classroom sponsored a book club for teachers featuring the new book from Ben Rawlence and Macmillan...

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Global Classroom’s visit to the International Community School 05/19

Posted on May 20, 2016 in Global Classroom, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Global Classroom’s visit to the International Community School 05/19

During the first 2 weeks of April, Global Classroom Director Ryan Hauck participated in a state-department sponsoredĀ professional...

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World Educator Speech – WAC 05/05/16

Posted on May 9, 2016 in Global Classroom | Comments Off on World Educator Speech – WAC 05/05/16

On Thursday, May 5th our World Educator of 2016-2015, Patrick Grant, joined us at Hamilton International Middle School to accept his award....

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The Future of Water Worldwide – WAC 5/5/16 event

Posted on May 6, 2016 in Global Classroom, Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Future of Water Worldwide – WAC 5/5/16 event

On May 5th, Global Classroom celebrated the exceptional work of students, teachers, and community leaders from the Greater Seattle Area at...

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Jacqueline Miller Talks Russia at the Northwest School

Posted on Nov 25, 2015 in Global Classroom, Youth | Comments Off on Jacqueline Miller Talks Russia at the Northwest School

On November 20, 2015, President and CEO of the World Affairs Council Jacqueline Miller spoke to a group of over 60 high school students and faculty at the Northwest School in Seattleā€™s Capitol Hill neighborhood. The dominant topic of the conversation, moderated by two Northwest School Model UN students, was the relationship between Russia and Syria and foreign policy in the Middle East.

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