International Education Washington
Overview of 2003 Summit
The Washington State Coalition for International Education held the first Preschool-Graduate School International Education Summit on September 18, 2003 at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Purpose: To assess the state's current status with regard to International Education and build a statewide coalition to engage the public and high-level leaders in taking action in this area.
When: Thursday, September 18, 2003 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Where: University of Washington HUB (Student Union Building) Ballroom
Audience: Teachers, Parents, Higher Ed, Students, Preschool programs, Non-profit organizations, Cultural organizations, Governmental agencies, Policymakers, Media
Cost: No cost for the day. Bento lunches provided to participants who registered in advance, thanks to a generous donation by Uwajimaya.
The Summit was funded by a grant from the Asia Society as part of the National Coalition on International Education's States Innovations Grant Program, with in-kind sponsorship by:
Note: The Venn Diagram graphic was developed by the John Stanford International School (see Global Outlook, Fall 2002). The concept of Global Perspective comes from Globaled.org > Guidelines for Global and International Studies Education: Challenges, Culture, Connections. The 3 Globe graphic is courtesy of Richard Thornton, graphic designer and president of the Puget Sound chapter of the Fulbright Association.