In our increasingly globalized society, it is more crucial than ever to help the next generation become responsible and aware citizens of the world. At the same time, the decline of foreign media coverage--plus the internets culture of passive information consumption--can make it difficult to find international news. Educators face an important challenge: how can you encourage your students to actively engage in global issues?
The Pulitzer Center has developed educational resources using international journalism to connect your classroom with the world. Learn more about our Global Gateway education program and Campus Consortium, and explore our online materials.
The following are examples of the kinds of educational resources we are currently developing:
Meet the Journalists:
Meet the Students:
Student Voices/Share Your Story: