On March 1, Global Language Project organized a conversation and book signing around my book, The Bilingual Revolution as part of Language Matters, an ongoing series designed to support Global Language Project’s mission of expanding access to world-language education for students in underserved communities. Each breakfast or lunch features a guest speaker who is a business leader or celebrity, followed by a moderated discussion.
The event brings together business leaders, investors, educational reformers, philanthropists and entrepreneurs for engaging conversations that will address, among other topics, how we can raise children to be global citizens and successful participants in a competitive global workplace. The event took place at New York’s Federal Reserve Bank, a very impressive venue I must say.
About Global Language Project
Global Language Project (GLP) supports world-language learning through best-in-class curricula and innovative teacher development thus enabling students, particularly those in underserved communities, to develop language proficiency for future education and the global workforce.
Angela Jackson, founder of Global Language Project, endorsed The Bilingual Revolution, the Future of Education is in Two Languages. Read it here.