In 2011, the Ministry of Education proposed the 'Primary and Secondary International Education White Paper', also known as IE1.0. In 2020, with the vision of connecting Taiwan schools with the world, the MOE announced IE2.0, aiming at the goals of fostering global citizens, promoting education internationalization and expanding global exchanges.
In order to expand global exchanges, the Ministry of Education creates an information and matching platform- International Exchange Window (IEW) to bridge Taiwan's schools and international partners. It is recognized as the most innovative device of IE2.0.
Four Types of Exchange Activities