Laurel’s Participation in Generation Global Program Highlighted in Crain’s Cleveland Business
Crain's Cleveland Business recently featured Lauren Calig, Laurel's Director of Multicultural Curriculum, in a story about the importance of education global citizens as part of school curriculum.
In the article Lauren highlights a new program Laurel students will have the opportunity to participate in called Generation Global, which will connect them with peers all over the world, to discuss in real-time, pressing global matters in a peaceful, respectful way. Lauren states that, "Our goal is to encourage students to look at the world from a global lens instead of a perspective that is limited to yourself or your immediate surrounding environment. It is important students understand that people who live in different countries and have different lives and different histories experience the world in a different way than we do.” Click here to read the full article.