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Why the future demands that kids learn to think globally

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Published on May 3, 2018

Young Americans don’t know a lot about the rest of the world, says Dana Mortenson, CEO of World Savvy, and the byproduct is fear of what we don’t understand. Her company reimagines K-12 education to leverage diversity as an asset. Mortensen gives her Brief but Spectacular take on being a savvy global citizen.

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