Date: August 17, 2023 03:58AM
It might be this:https://en.ccunesco.ca/networks/unesco-schools-network
"The UNESCO Schools Network includes students and teachers from over 11,500 schools in more than 182 countries. The network acts as a laboratory of ideas by experimenting with innovative teaching and learning approaches to address global challenges."
Having global standards is not necessarily a bad thing, i.e. the International Baccalaureate program or Montessori schools. If you are talking about a broad swath of public schools, then I suppose it depends on what kind of standards you are talking about. The USN has among its guiding principals gender equality, preservation of cultural heritage, advocacy for children's health, etc., which all seem rather innocuous to me. But if it's one thing that I've learned in my long years in education, there is no one magic answer to everything when it comes to schools. Variety in educational offerings is a good thing.