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The Teachers for Global Classrooms (TGC) Program accepts applications annually from qualified U.S. middle and high school teachers for professional development grant opportunity to internationalize teaching and learning in their classes.

U.S. citizens currently teaching full-time at the secondary level with five or more years of classroom experience may apply. Teachers from all disciplines are eligible including: English as a Second Language, English language or literature, mathematics, and science.

The Teachers for Global Classrooms Program activities include:
• An online course on globalizing teaching and learning
• Two Global Education Symposiums in Washington, DC
• A Two – three week international field experience fellowship (current countries of travel include Brazil, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Morocco or Ukraine).


Applications are accepted annually, generally in mid-March


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