Award Winning Series The Global Search for Education (From CMRubinWorld) Will be Published by XPat Media in The Netherlands

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In an effort to better inform parents, students and educators in The Netherlands of what is happening around the world, CMRubinWorld and XPat Media announced today that the award-winning series The Global Search for Education will be published in XPat Media’s print and online publications beginning first week February 2016.

CMRubinWorld's award winning series, The Global Search for Education, brings together distinguished thought leaders in education and innovation from around the world to explore the key learning issues faced by most nations. The series has become a highly visible platform for global discourse on 21st century education, offering a diverse range of innovative ideas which are presented by the series founder, C. M. Rubin, together with the world’s leading thinkers in education.

XPat Media, the expat specialized publisher established in 1998, has become the principal and most diverse information provider for expatriates living in the Netherlands or those preparing their move to the Low Countries. Crucial information for expats is published via various media outlets: via the website at, the quarterly glossy magazine - The XPat Journal, the annually-revised Holland Handbook, as well as several e-publications and mobile applications.

"We are excited to join XPat Media’s talented team of International editors and reporters. In a global economy driven by rapid technological advances, knowledge of the changing trends in education has become of great interest to all those preparing students for the opportunities offered in today’s interconnected world. Students must be able to approach problems from global perspectives in order to thrive in the future,” comments C. M. Rubin.

“We are delighted to publish the articles of C.M. Rubin and her 300 plus thought leaders in global education. XPat Media’s audience includes foreign nationals who live and work in the Netherlands as well as HR and expat managers employed at hundreds of international companies and organizations located in the country. This audience wants to better understand the latest trends in education research and learning in classrooms around the world. The ability to thrive in education institutions today is grounded in a globally focused perspective,” adds Bert van Essen, Publisher of XPat Media.

C. M. Rubin’s The Global Search for Education column will be carried in XPat Media’s online site starting in January, as well as in it’s quarterly magazine beginning with a cover story in the March Education supplement. It will also be distributed through both enterprise's social media channels.

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