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Teachers’ summit aims to add global perspectives to school lessons (access required)

As they prepare to compete in the 21st century global marketplace, Arizona students may soon find themselves using tools such as Google Earth to take virtual field trips or learning Chinese from Sesame Street characters on the computer.About 100 teachers and administrators from schools statewide gathered at the Thunderbird School of Global Management on Friday ...

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