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Bringing Chinese Culture to America

Build a Brighter Future

The CAN Scholastic Foundation works with the Beijing Institute of Education and the Beijing Education Bureau to enable top schools in the US to network with distinguished Chinese educational institutions for meaningful online and offline interchange.


Schools are clustered in groups of three and four to develop courses and programs that both American and Chinese students can access online and offline. Winter programs for Chinese students will be developed for each cluster, while June programs in China have been created for American students. Summer programs are offered in both countries. Research projects developed by teams comprised of both American and Chinese students are often submitted to international scholastic competitions. Teachers and administrators are encouraged to exchange educational ideas and concepts through GATE forums and workshops. Teachers will also be given the opportunity to teach online courses through the school year and in the summer to teach internationally.


Milestones are reviewed on a semester timetable. The goal is to foster strong bonds between motivated and talented students so that together they can face the numberless global challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.



Chinese Language and Culture Curriculum for American Schools  



CCEC works directly with local American schools and school districts to integrate a Chinese curriculum that includes both language and cultural studies into their program. We consult with schools and assist with hiring certified native Chinese language instructors who can serve American schools and school districts based on their needs by working with the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Han Ban).


Our programs have been proven to be a very successful model of implementing a Mandarin Chinese Language curriculum combined with corresponding cultural studies in American schools over the past ten years.


CCEC will:

  • Recruit Chinese teachers and introduce them to American schools  

  • Implement the program as an educational tool designed to benefit people from different countries and regions of the world who want to learn the Mandarin language

  • Provide consulting work with curriculum, teacher’s management, teacher’s orientation and lesson planning

  • Assist teachers in obtaining a teaching certificate in the US for long-term positions


Cultural Presentation


The Chinese Culture and Education Center is also committed to bringing the rich history of China to your school. School presentations we regularly provide include :


  • Artifacts and costumes, music and cultural information for your international fair or cultural diversity program

  • Chinese history presentations for your global studies or non-western civilization classes

  • Language demonstrations including an introduction to Chinese calligraphy


Collaboration Between Schools

  • Student Exchange

  • Teacher Exchange

  • Teacher Training and Career Development 

  • Student Joint Projects-- Online or on site

  • World Classroom













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