Global Classrooms: Houston Model UN Conference
Each year, the United Nations Association of the USA's (UNA-USA) Global Classrooms® program, with the support of UNA Houston, provides curricular units, professional development support and the annual Global Classrooms: Houston Model UN Conference to HISD and Houston-area middle and high schools. Global Classrooms has been implemented in over 25 local schools where over 1,800 students receive access to the curriculum. Houston's Model UN conferences host between 600 and 800 students annually.
Global Classrooms is aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). It provides middle and high school students with the opportunity to experience a Model UN conference and to become part of the larger national Model UN community.
In addition, participants take part in the annual Global Classrooms: Houston Model UN Conference. The conference, to be held at Lanier Middle School, will provide a greater opportunity for students to participate in a professional conference setting and the chance to debate with hundreds of students from across the region. For information on the 2013 Global Classrooms: Houston Model UN Conference held on April 6, 2013 please visit the UNA-HOU Global Classrooms page.
Registration and Country Assignments
Please check the UNA-HOU Global Classrooms page for information and policies for registration and country assignments, and check back for updates.
Committees and Topics
Please check the UNA-HOU Global Classrooms page for information about committees and topics for the 2013 conference, and check back for updates.
For more photos from Global Classrooms Model UN Conferences and Events, visit UNA-USA's flickr page.
Quick Facts about the Global Classrooms program
- Established in 2002;
- United Nations Association of Houston have worked with UNA-USA to implement the program locally;
- Serving 22 Schools Houston
- University students from The University of Texas at Austin, Pepperdine University, St. Edward's University, Texas State University, texas A&M University and the University of St. Thomas have volunteered annually to serve as members of the Model UN conference staff.
Global Classrooms: Houston