Today, at the Cannon bldg. in DC, nine Einstein Educator Fellows from NSF, DOE, NOAA, and NASA presented to a group of sixteen educator professionals from the United Kingdom and Teacher Ambassador Fellows from the United States Department of Education. I was one of the Einstein Fellows presenting. The goal of this presentation was to discuss current educational trends, exchange resources and compare educational systems. I talked about bilingual students, standardization and Content & Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). I asked how linguistically diverse students are serve in the United Kingdom and how does a national curriculum work on integrating a diverse kingdom (Ireland, England, Wales). The presentations’ delivery followed the Pecha Kucha format, where each fellow contributed and referred to twenty slides and each slide was shown for twenty seconds. My fellow Fellows, representing the states of North Carolina, Washington, Idaho, Colorado and the District of Columbia, will be returning to their classrooms for the 2013-2014 school year.