This video will take you through three different places from around the world, all showing education done a bit differently. It takes you first to Germany and a bilingual school that exposes students to a multitude of cultures, different languages and the need for tolerance from an early age. The report further takes you to Denmark’s Aarhus University and its new MA of Anthropology of Education and Globalisation to finish with Guatemala’s Kemna’Oj school (meaning ‘ Weaving minds, weaving knowledge ’). In the remote highlands, where otherwise children would have had minimal opportunities, a school is set up that connects the children to the Internet and the rest of the world. The students are exposed to topics like global warming, sustainable development, recycling, and the goal is to make them leaders and drivers of change in a place where time has stopped.