Advancing international understanding
in the Fulbright tradition
Advancing international understanding in the Fulbright tradition
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  • Four smiling public girl students after their Global Classroom lesson
Global Classroom

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Please help us ensure that Global Classroom is available to students and teachers throughout the NYC-area, because every student has the right to a global education!

To enable more schools to participate, One To World subsidizes fees, which cover less than half of our program expenses. We look to your contribution to help match the other half and support the growth and success of this program.

One To World is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Make a tax deductible contribution to One To World by clicking here.

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  • Assistant Principal, School for Excellence

    Global Classroom has transformed the achievement of even our most disengaged students. Our students face all of the challenges of poverty, including cultural segregation, which so often results in misunderstanding and intolerance. In bringing authentic voices on global issues and cultures to our classrooms, Global Classroom confronts our students’ isolation and presents them with opportunities for acquiring the cultural capital they need for success.

 

 
  • Chinese international student teaching public school student how to write Mandarin characters at school
  • Peruvian international student showing K-12 student her country on a world map
  • French student and Global fellow intern hold signs with 3rd grade public school students
  • International student in NYC shows NYC public school student a globe to find his country
  • Four New York CIty students in elementary school show their class work
  • Global Fellow points to Bronx student's work during her lesson
  • Fulbright scholar listens to two public school elementary students' ideas during her lesson