The pervasive influence of international issues in our everyday lives calls leadership educators to integrate issues and perspectives from international contexts into students’ experiences, abandoning the approach of viewing international questions as a special or unique case. After review of research and models that are currently available, we propose a framework for constructing a future research agenda with accompanying questions related to: students’ ways of learning, purposes and strategies for learning, methods and pathways, desired capacities and outcomes, student characteristics, and content. The research questions provide a starting place for leadership educators in establishing explicit approaches to leadership learning that will more adequately prepare students for the 21st century, an era where nation and culture are interconnected and increasingly depend on trusting relationships and cooperative work to address shared challenges.

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