If You Learned Here 2017 Registration
Welcome to If You Learned Here 2017! This year, our project will put student questions at the center of our global conversation. We are excited to have our kids engage with one another and explore different perspectives, cultures, and challenges around the world.

To begin, each school will generate pages for an eBook that we will write and publish together. The book will inspire questions -- and those crowdsourced questions will become the basis of a 3-week global dialogue. Students will be empowered to see the world through other perspectives, and their curiosity, empathy, and understanding will grow! This work means a great deal to us, and we are thrilled you'll be joining us.


Registration Instructions
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** Registration for schools OUSTIDE the US remains open through February 24. We have reached capacity for US schools and can no longer accept US registrations.

Please complete this form once for your school. If you are working with a team at your school, that's wonderful! However, please be aware that each participating school will submit only ONE set of pages for our global book. There will be opportunities for many individual student responses in our global dialogue in Flipgrid.

If you have questions, please email us at ifyoulearnedhere@gmail.com.

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Please select the school where your country is located, or choose OTHER if you represent a new addition to the IYLH global community! Please note: we are no longer accepting registrations from within the United States.
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A note about project diversity:
Last year, we were thrilled to have schools from 20 countries join this project! However, a large proportion of participating schools came from two countries. While we enjoyed each and every contribution, we want to offer a diverse international experience to participants, as well as to readers of our global book. If more than 20% of registrants in this round of the project are from one country, we may place a cap on registrants from that country. Those who registered first will be accepted, while those who registered after the cap was imposed will be invited to join later rounds.
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