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Background: OneWorld <http://www.oneworld.org/> site is dedicated to bringing news from around the world particularly sharing what is happening in both the "developed" and "underdeveloped" world. It came online in 1995, and offers news, information and activities for several different audiences.
Audience: Middle School - High School students; Educators
Types of Information Offered: News articles from around the world. OneWorld tries to provide non-biased articles to represent the spectrum of information available on a topic. It is also available in French, Dutch, German and Italian. Sections include:
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Researchers from universities around the United States are working together to "design, develop and disseminate a comprehensive curricular and instructional framework that is strong, flexible, and inclusive of diversity among all individuals and communities". Research projects are monitored by the U.S. Department of Education.
Audience: Higher Education; Educators
Types of Information Offered: Dr. Suarez-Orzco examines the response that industrialized nations have had to the recent influx of immigration.