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    In just the past few years, billions of people have entered the global economy and ignited a global education boom that has changed our world and challenges our state. In keen recognition of this change, the Board of Regents envisions New York graduates who are prepared for citizenship, work, and continued education.

    Now more than ever, the interconnectedness of global economic markets, media, and technologies affects students worldwide. Our students must be able to confront global challenges such as economic competition, changing career opportunities, environmental changes, conflict, religious persecution and genocide, rapid technological advances, and migration leading to demographic shifts. Such interconnectedness necessitates instructional innovation, enabling students to develop cultural competency, technological aptitude, collaborative abilities, and communication skills. Combined with competency in mathematics, science, and other content areas, these skills are highly transferable to a range of employment and life situations, and empower our students to thrive in a global economy.

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