As technology has improved communication and access to information around the world, it has become necessary for the purpose and goals of the American educational system to evolve. A focus on developing global citizens who can demonstrate 21st-century skills will help educators who want to prepare their students to enter the world. While educators and schools have increasingly recognized the importance of global citizenship education, little guidance has been offered for what implementation in schools should look like. This transcendental phenomenological study examined the lived experiences of current secondary educators who make global connections in their classrooms so that it can provide practical support to educators looking to begin making or improving existing global connections in the classroom.
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