As a student at Paterson No. 12 Elementary School, teacher Carlene Anderson experienced discrimination and felt voiceless. She returned to her alma mater to encourage students to study and value diversity. After budget cuts, Anderson paired with William Paterson University to create a low-cost program combining technology with global studies. The third grade teacher uses dynamic lessons created by the college that focus on the arts, languages and more. Through Skype, this knowledge is shared with colleagues across America and around the world. Paterson students share cultural lessons with students in Denmark, Guyana, Maine, and Hawaii in this video.