Grants Awarded

The Longview Foundation funds education activities in:
State Networks on International Education, Internationalizing Teacher Preparation, and Innovations in International Education.

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Organization Program Area Amount Year Grant Description

Indiana University College of Education

Internationalizing Teacher Preparation

$31,229

2017

Infusing Global Perspectives in K-16 Education across Indiana: Aims to infuse global perspectives in the curricula and programs for Indiana University School of Ed preservice teachers and faculty members as well as K-12 principals across Indiana. Learn more >

Michigan State University College of Education

Internationalizing Teacher Preparation

$13,806

2017

Digital Badging for Global Teacher Learning: Develop a framework of digital credentialling for pre-service and in-service global educators Learn more >

DC Public Schools

Innovations in International Education

$20,000

2017

Local Global Spaces: Expose teachers and students affiliated with DCPS with the global influences of Washington, DC and empower them to discover new places within their global community. Learn more >

Columbus Council on World Affairs

Innovations in International Education

$17,500

2017

Expanding and Scaling Global Fluency Training for Educators: Project will expand an existing, local Global Fluency Training for Edcuators program to educators across the U.S., enabling them to build stronger cross-cultural competency skills and to more effectively serve students and families from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Learn more >

Globe Smart Kids

Innovations in International Education

$22,005

2017

Virtual Intergroup Contact to Promote Global Citizenship among Young Learners: To cultivate global citizenship and cultural openness among American K-12 students through the development and dissemination of an ELA Common-Core aligned curriculum for One-Globe Kids virtual library of global friends. Learn more >