The America Achieves Educator Networks works to increase the number of students who have access to and complete a quality education pathway that leads to career and life success.
Our mission is to help schools around the globe better prepare students to succeed in a rapidly changing world. We achieve this by recruiting and convening leaders of world-leading schools to share insights, resources, and best practices for continually improving student success and education in and beyond schools.
The Global Learning Network (GLN) recruits and brings together education leaders from schools that are World-Leading Learners – from the U.S. and abroad – to share insights, resources, and best practices for continually improving student success and education in schools so students are prepared for career and lifelong success.
Our convenings bring together leaders from World-Leading Learner schools to deepen their understanding of changes in the global economy and share innovative approaches to address them. The convenings equip these leaders with new practices gleaned from schools around the world that they can introduce in their own schools to better prepare students for a rapidly changing world and economy.
The Global Learning Network is an initiative of America Achieves.
A World-Leading Learner is a school that is changing what and how students learn to ensure that they graduate with the skills and experience necessary for success no matter what path they choose. These are schools that are challenging the traditional measures of and approaches to success. Read about the schools >>
If you were a participant or presenter in the 2017 GLN Convening of World-Leading Learners, you can access the conference content here, using the same password.
We aim to ignite conversation around college and career readiness; engage educators, business leaders, community leaders, students, parents, and other stakeholders in a shared vision of 21st century learning; empower them to be champions for change in systems; and create, discover, and share evidence-based models and best practices. Access our resources >>