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    Intercultual learning
    By taking part in the Canadian network of 62 Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) schools, and conducting pilot projects, we have the opportunity to make significant contributions to improve the quality of education at our school by reinforcing these pillars.
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    By taking part in the Canadian network of 62 Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) schools, and conducting pilot projects, we have the opportunity to make significant contributions to improve the quality of education at our school by reinforcing these pillars.
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    new pages, (Inspired Club,(Inspire Leadership, ESM Education)
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    ...is a student driven effort to grow character and learn within the four UNESCO Pillars of Learning:Learning to Know; Learning to Be; Learning to Do and Learning to Live Together. This group of seventh and eighth graders are those who signed on to the UNESCO option class at Glendale School. Together they make up what is referred to as 'YAG'... the Youth Advisory Group. This group mirrors the Youth Advisory Group that reports to the Canadian Commission to UNESCO and acts as our school youth advisory group reporting to an elected membership of student leaders from grade 7 and 8. They also include members at large; two kids from every class grades 1-6. By making volunteer efforts and creating projects that benefit the school and enhance our learning environment, YAG and the elected students council exemplify the ideals of UNESCO as they relate to learning at our school.
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