Educating the Next Generations of Changemakers
Our work empowers educators to make school inclusive, relevant, and engaging for all students, inspiring them to learn, work, and thrive as responsible global citizens.
World Savvy students graduate:
- Equipped to collaborate and cooperate as active citizens in more diverse, local communities.
- Prepared as problem solvers, poised to address future local and global challenges that are increasingly interconnected and interdependent.
- With the knowledge and skills necessary for future jobs in a global economy.
“World Savvy opened my eyes to the problems occurring in our world. It also made me see people differently. No matter how different I could be from someone else, we are still humans and suffer from the same problems.” – World Savvy Student
By the Numbers
Each day, we’re educating and engaging students to be empathetic when faced with difference, resilient when faced with challenges, and adaptable when faced with change. As a result, students are not only prepared for future success in a global society, but also inspired to contribute to peace, justice, and sustainability for our world.
(*data from 2019 impact report)
of students were more open to new ways of thinking.
of students became more knowledgeable of the complexities and interdependence of world events and issues.
of students used research to adapt a solution.
of students learned how to create a plan to make change on a global issue.
of educators increased their capacity to engage students in learning that deepens their understanding of the world, builds critical and creative thinking skills, and provides exposure to multiple perspectives.
of educators increased their capacity to provide opportunities to research global and local challenges and potential solutions, facilitate action-focused learning.
of educators increased their capacity to cultivate a learning environment where students can be curious, challenge assumptions, and seek multiple perspectives.
of educators increased their capacity to explore and nurture connections across identities.