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The National Council for Community and Education Partnerships (NCCEP) is a national non-profit, non-partisan organization working to increase access to higher education for economically disadvantaged students. Confident that education paves the way to social equity, NCCEP advances college access through advocacy, training, and research.
InterAction's vision is to see a peaceful, just, and prosperous world of nations with inclusive and sustainable societies. They work to eliminate extreme poverty, uphold human rights, safeguard a sustainable planet, and ensure human dignity for poor and vulnerable populations worldwide by elevating and advancing the goals of the U.S.-based international nonprofit community.
The Intrepid Foundation is a not-for-profit fund that supports non-government organizations in the places Intrepid visits. They support projects working in the areas of health care, education, human rights, child welfare, sustainable development, and in environmental and wildlife protection.
American English is a resource center for teaching and learning about American English language and culture. The website provides a variety of engaging materials and resources for teachers' professional development and for students in the classroom. Both teachers and students will find new ways to practice English and learn more about the United States.
WestEd, a research, development, and service agency, works with education and other communities to promote excellence, achieve equity, and improve learning for children, youth, and adults.
Teaching Foreign Languages K - 12 is a video library illustrating effective instruction and assessment strategies for teaching foreign languages. The language classrooms shown in this library include Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Latin, Russian, and Chinese.
The Meridian International Center promotes global leadership through the exchange of ideas, people, and culture. Their mission is to create innovative exchange, education, cultural, and policy programs that advance three goals: (1) Strengthen US engagement with the world through the power of exchange; (2) Prepare public and private sector leaders for a complex global future; and (3) Provide a neutral forum for international collaboration across sectors.
AIR is one of the world's largest behavioral and social science research and evaluation organizations. The Center's overriding goal is to use the best science available to bring the most effective ideas and approaches to enhancing everyday life. For the Center, making the world a better place is not wishful thinking. It is the goal that drives them.
SEETA's mission has five majors aims to: (1) build a community of Teachers' Assoications; (2) provide an ongoing and structured means of communication; (3) pool resources; (4) overcome geographical constraints; and (5) to provide benefits to its members.
Adopt-A-Classroom increases opportunity for student success by empowering teachers with community partners and funds to purchase resources for the classroom.
The Foreign Language Teaching Forum is an integrated service for FL teachers, who want to encourage communication, share, and collaborate at all levels. The broad discussion topics include foreign language teaching methods for any level of instruction in all languages. Specific areas of discussion include school/college articulation, training of student teachers, classroom activities, curriculum, and syllabus design. Students in teacher training programs, teachers both new and experienced, administrators, and other professionals interested in any aspect of foreign language teaching are invited to participate in discussions.
American Councils creates opportunities that prepare individuals and institutions to succeed in an increasingly interconnected world, and works in the areas of international education, academic exchange, and overseas language immersion.
Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching and learning materials that you may freely use and reuse, without charge. Open Educational Resources are different from other resources a teacher may use in that OER have been given limited or unrestricted licensing rights. That means they have been authored or created by an individual or organization that chooses to retain few, if any, ownership rights. For some of these resources, that means you can download the resource and share it with colleagues and students. For others, it may be that you can download a resource, edit it in some way, and then re-post it as a remixed work. OER often have a Creative Commons or GNU license that state specifically how the material may be used, reused, adapted, and shared.
Education without Borders (EwB) believes that the development of knowledge and skills gives individuals greater control over their lives and more possibilities and choices for their future. Enhanced educational opportunities build communities from within, and facilitate bridging between communities.