What Participants Say
About World View Symposia


“Fantastic. I am so excited about going back to school and getting students globally ready.” Elementary School Teacher, Beaufort County

“As always, one of the best professional experiences.” Fifth Grade Teacher, Providence Day School

“I enjoyed the many different presenters. This symposium opened my eyes to a more globally competitive world. Our education system needs to incorporate more ways to expose our students to other cultures. The education system itself needs to become more competitive.” Elementary School Teacher, Onslow County

"This was one of the best I have attended—keep it going!” Early College High School Teacher, Sampson County

“The symposium was excellent! I have a renewed awareness of the acute need for our nation to overhaul educational standards and the impact our careers have on changing the direction of learning.” Elementary School Teacher, Burke County

“My eyes had been closed to the global challenges my students face. Thank you for opening them wide open. ” AIG Teacher, Cumberland County Schools
“Excellent as always. World View experiences always rekindle a flame that our team can take back to our school. Hopefully my motivation will rub off on the faculty at our school.” IB Coordinator, Wake County Schools
“Motivating, inspiring, energizing, thought-provoking. Time well spent!” Lower School Teacher, Providence Day School

“This program is a wealth of information and resources for global education.” High School Teacher, Wayne County Schools

“The speakers were phenomenal! They did an effective job of focusing the comments to the needs of the audience—school based educators." Elementary School Principal, Wake County Schools
“I have been to lots and lots of training. This has been one of my very best experiences!” Elementary Teacher, Wake County Schools

"Just wonderful and very needed!” Middle School Teacher, Cherokee County

“This was really eye-opening. I'm glad I got to hear these speakers, and I will work to teach my students to be global citizens.” Elementary Teacher, McDowell County Schools