Primary Source News Recent News Believe in Global Education - Believe in Primary Source Learn about our core beliefs that guide our work, what we hope to achieve. Bringing the Joy of Art and Culture into the Classroom: The Music of Strangers Find out about our exciting new collaboration with The Silkroad Project, involving their new film The Music of Strangers. Excitment in the Classroom: Teaching about Ghana Learn how about an in-district training about Ghana's history and culture from Crystal Kwabea Adu-Poke, a Ghanian college student who worked on it. Stow Educator Crafts Powerful Climate Change Curriculum Learn how a Primary Source summer institute inspired elementary educator Karen Mayotte to transform her after-school Engineering Club curriculum. "I will be forever thankful for what I learned and was able to bring back to my young learners, " she says. Teaching Social Justice Through Children's Human Rights "Teaching students about the human rights of children can open a window for global social justice in your curriculum at any grade level...Studying children's rights can deepen student empathy and lead to greater global engagement." 2016 News Primary Source & Illinois Education Association Announce New Partnership “We’re thrilled we can help meet the demand that Illinois educators have for reliable and stimulating professional growth opportunities,” says Bob LaRocca. Collaborating with Watertown Public Schools for Sustained Change “As it does with all its programming, Primary Source energizes our team of educators, helping us to provide students with a deeper understanding of the world,” says Jean Fitzgerald, Superintendent of Watertown Public Schools. Donor Profile: Meet HNA Group “We must change how we think about the world…all of us must become global citizens in order to be aware how our individual and collective behavior impacts the world both near and far,” says Mr. Wang Jia.