Our world is shrinking - what happens on one side of the globe really does affect what happens on the other. Yet most school curriculums have failed to take global concerns seriously, particularly as they affect the land, the oceans, and space.
Three Monitor writers, talking with experts in their fields, offer ideas for what may be taught in schools throughout the world. They take bold new leaps forward; they provide the sort of information that can help scholars and curriculum developers begin the necessary adjustments at appropriate academic levels.
Watch for their stories in a special education pullout section Monday, Dec. 7 , 1981.