Why Education Leaders Can’t Succeed Without Thinking Globally

The Big Picture:

Holly Elissa Bruno with Roger Neugebauer, Daniel Hollinger, Susan Offutt

Think Globally? You have to be kidding right? Education leaders are overwhelmed by unprecedented economic realities , academic challenges and an array of domestic regulatory and social issues. Who has time or energy to think about global education issues? Moreover, why is it important? Our guests today explain why thinking about education in the global context matters and shares insights on smart ways to begin to introduce a global perspective.
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Episode Guests
Roger Neugebauer publishes Child Care Information Exchange, a management magazine for directors of early childhood programs delivered to over 27,000 early childhood professionals. Daniel Hollinger, PhD in Education, is President and Principal Consultant at Hollinger International, an international education management consulting firm. Susan Offutt is the Executive Director at the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership.
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