The Forum Network is working towards tackling urgent global issues through the concept of Global Citizenship while Fostering debates, discussions on the most pressing social and economic challenges confronting society They believe Global Citizenship Education will construct a society where every individual will have a voice and the right to express ideas and concerns. Their site allows the OECD discussions and exchanges year-round and to expand the network to include those who cannot attend the conference in person.
826 National amplifies the impact of their national network of youth writing and publishing centers and the words of young authors. It supports a network of nonprofit organizations dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills and helping teachers inspire their students to write. Their work is based on the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with individualized attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.
The Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) is a network of policy-makers, educators, and researchers. It is a catalyst for educational reform based on its capacity to foster policy dialogue and pool ideas, experience, lessons learned, and knowledge. It is recognized today as a prominent actor in the processes of dialogue, sharing, and learning for qualitative change in education to promote Africa’s development.
ACPA transforms higher education by creating and sharing influential scholarship, shaping critically reflective practice, and advocating for equitable and inclusive learning environments. ACPA leads the student affairs profession and the higher education community in providing outreach, advocacy, research, and professional development to foster college student learning.
AASSA was formed in 1961 and formally founded in the U.S. in 1977 as a non-profit to discover and develop ways and means for improving understanding through international education; to improve upon the quality of teaching and learning in Association schools; to facilitate communication and cooperative action between and among all Association schools; and to facilitate collective action with national, state, local or non-governmental agencies in the field of international education.
The “C” in CASEL stands for “Collaborative”: It’s both who they are and how they work. they formed a community—spanning classrooms to statehouses—to make social and emotional learning (SEL) part of a high-quality and equitable education for all.
CIS is a membership community committed to high-quality international education. It is a community that includes more than 1300 schools and universities, representing 123 countries. As a global non-profit membership organization, CIS provides services to primary and secondary schools, higher education institutions, and individuals that share the ideals of providing students with skills and knowledge to become Global Citizens.
EAEA, the European Association for the Education of Adults, is the voice of non-formal and informal adult education in Europe. EAEA is a transnational, non-profit association with 124 members in 43 countries. EAEA promotes the social inclusion aspects of the EU 2020 strategy, fostering adult learning and the widening of access and participation in formal and non-formal adult education for all, particularly for under-represented groups. EAEA promotes learner-centered approaches that take people’s lives into account and enable them to acquire all kinds of competences, with particular attention to basic and transversal skills.
All4Ed is a national nonprofit advocacy organization committed to expanding equitable educational opportunities for students of color, students from low-income families, and other marginalized groups. They advance transformation from the classroom to Congress by advocating for federal, state, and local policies and practices that ensure all students graduate high school prepared for college, work, and life.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. They offer programs and funding for students, faculty, researchers and others in higher education, providing financial support to over 55,000 individuals per year.
Learning Forward is the only association devoted exclusively to advancing professional learning for student success.
The Special Education Support Center (SESC) is one of six Special Education State Needs Projects funded by OSPI in partnership with the Washington Education Association (WEA). Their purpose is to provide professional development opportunities for all special education stakeholders including educators (both general and special education personnel), school administrators, paraprofessionals, ESA staff, parents and community members.