United Nations Cyberschoolbus: Global Teaching and Learning Project

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Commemorate October 24, 1945, the anniversary of the official first day for the United Nations. Jump on the cyberschoolbus to discover global resources such as an introduction to the UN, Country at a Glance where users can view statistics about all UN members, and InfoNation where users can compare country data. Many other features like videoconferences, quizzes and games, globalization projects, and curriculum on world topics are designed to increase students' awareness of the global condition.

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