News

Tres Bosques, Un Mundo (Three Forests, One World) Tree Planting in NYC

December 13, 2010
iEARN-USA and Riverside Park Fund team up to train students on managing urban forests. Read More >

Global Holiday Card Exchange

December 10, 2010
Over 200 classrooms in 30 countries are designing and exchanging holiday cards as part of the iEARN Holiday Card Project. Read More >

New MDG Reporting Labs!

December 9, 2010
iEARN-USA, PBS Newshour Extra and UNICEF are partnering to support students to report on the Millennium Development Goals. Read More >

Growing number of youth signing on to reduce their carbon footprints

December 9, 2010
Over 26,000 students in the iEARN (OF)2 (Our Footprints, Our Future) Project have calculated their carbon footprints and committed to changing their lifestyles. Read More >

iEARN participants document One Day in the Life through 10.10.10 video challenge

December 5, 2010
Want to see what a day in the life is like around the iEARN network? Check out the One Day on Earth videos, made on 10.10.10 by iEARN students and teachers. Read More >

iEARN and dotSUB collaborating to create the first video subtitled into 100 languages

November 4, 2010
What would it mean to you and your school to be part of this historic milestone in our world's history? Want to help translate the video subtitles? Read More >

iEARN-Suriname Launches New Website

October 21, 2010
Congratulations to the iEARN-Suriname team! Schools in Suriname have been involved in iEARN since 1998. Read More >

iEARN-Egypt Youth Launch New iEXPRESS Online Magazine

October 18, 2010
Read youth perspectives on waste management, use of "Franco Arabic" in online social networking, role of NGOs in society, and more. Read More >

iEARN-Uganda Adobe Youth Voices students meet President of Uganda

October 6, 2010
Youth in Uganda share digital media on issues of importance to them. Read More >

iEARN-Pakistan Alumni Support Relief Efforts in Pakistan

August 26, 2010
See article by iEARN Alum Sher Bano on New York Times blog series, "On the Ground," coordinated by journalist Nicholas D. Kristoff. Read More >