Measuring global citizenship education: a collection of practices and tools

The idea of global citizenship has existed for several millennia. In ancient Greece, Diogenes declared himself a citizen of the world, while the Mahaupanishads of ancient India spoke of the world as one family. Today, education for global citizenship is recognized in many countries as a strategy for helping children and youth prosper in their personal and professional lives and contribute to building a better world. This toolkit is intended to shed light on one aspect of operationalizing global citizenship education (GCED): how it can be measured.

language
eng
Institutions
Brookings Institution (USA). Center for Universal Education
date
2017
Pages
69 p.
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themes
Global citizenship education
Educational measurement

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