The California Global Education Project inspires and supports educators to develop global competence and active citizenship in PK-12 students for the 21st century.

Developing the Potential in Every Global Citizen

The California Global Education Project (formerly the California International Studies Project) promotes global competence for all students through high quality, standards-based, and interdisciplinary professional learning programs for PK-12 educators in California. CGEP collaborates with teachers, schools, districts, and education partners committed to developing global citizenship, which enhances curiosity, creativity, empathy, integrity, and agency while learning about personal, community, and global identities and issues.


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STEAM Global Book Bags session at 1:10 p.m. in Room 102B at Long Beach Convention Center on Monday, October 29, 2018

Points In Between New Podcast Series

Now available for educators and students to explore perspectives on immigration stories from global citizens who came to the U.S. as students.

— Series created by Shane Carter, Office of Resources for International and Area Studies (ORIAS) Program Coordinator, UC Berkeley


Regional sites

CGEP Regional Sites are located in Sonoma, San Francisco, Long Beach, Orange County, and San Diego. Contact a Director in your region to get involved.

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 Our Leadership Team provides regional and statewide programs for educators in collaboration with a community of scholars at California colleges and universities.

Our Leadership Team provides regional and statewide programs for educators in collaboration with a community of scholars at California colleges and universities.

About Us

Find out more about our organization, mission, vision, and guiding principles. Contact our statewide office to join us in building global education in California.

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 While our work focuses on professional learning for PK-12 educators in California, the results are seen in students as they share the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of global competence.

While our work focuses on professional learning for PK-12 educators in California, the results are seen in students as they share the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of global competence.