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  • A Gift for Teaching: Surplus items from businesses and individuals are gathered by A Gift For Teaching and offered at no charge to area school teachers.
  • AIMS Education Foundation: A non-profit, independent organization which administers a rapidly growing and increasingly complex educational materials development program.
  • American Educational Research Association (AERA): An organization concerned with improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results. AERA is the most prominent international professional organization with the primary goal of advancing educational research and its practical application.
  • Arab Center for Arabization Translation Authorship and Publication (ACATAP): Branch of Arab League Educational Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) for Translation of recent and valuable books in all fields of science and education, it issues a periodical journal, "Arabization."
  • Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI): Works to promote and support in the global community the optimal education and development of children, from birth through early adolescence, and to influence the professional growth of educators and the efforts of others who are committed to the needs of children in a changing society.
  • Association for Community Colleges (ACC): An organization of young people in Europe that advocates the creation of a network of community colleges to study European character and culture. Information on programs and events, `group` statutes, and membership.
  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD): An organization for professional educators.
  • Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities: National campus activities organization servicing the needs of campus programming departments and other campus organizations. Provides a network to meet other campuses, new programming vendors, and new talent for your campus activities program.
  • Association of American International Colleges and Universities: AAICU member institutions are American institutions of international higher education, located abroad in Europe and the Middle East, and which are accredited in the United States or enjoy equivalent status.
  • Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI): Provides support to member schools. Advances the Evangelical Protestant Christian educational tradition.
  • Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, Region 1 (Northeast United States): Promotes the improvement of business schools. Member directory and meeting information.
  • Association of Cooperative Educators: International professional organization for people interested in all phases of cooperative education.
  • Bibliotecas Para La Gente: The Northern California chapter of REFORMA, the National Organization to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking. Details about the group, membership, materials and outreach efforts, links to related sites, and contact information.
  • Building With Books: Builds (through student fundraising) schoolhouses in third-world countries and translates the experiences into social studies and english materials (videos, pictures) for American high schools.
  • CORD: A national nonprofit organization dedicated to leading change in education through projects and programs that prepare students for the technological workplace of the future.
  • CSUN Collaborative for Quality Teaching (CCQT): A network of full-time practicing teachers, K-12, who are dedicated to improving student achievement through teacher excellence.
  • Campus Compact: Dedicated to promoting community service in higher education.
  • Center for Academic Transformation: The center's mission is to serve as a source of expertise and support for those in higher education who wish to take advantage of the capabilities of information technology to transform their academic practices.
  • Center for Social and Ethical Concerns: Dedicated to educating college students and members of the larger community about pressing societal problems from the perspective of Catholic Social Teaching.
  • Centre for International University Cooperation (SIU): Supports international cooperation in education and research. Manages such European cooperation programmes as SOCRATES, NORDPLUS, NUFU, and NORAD.
  • Christian Educators Association International (CEAI): A professional association of Christian educators serving in public and private schools; a Christian alternative to NEA/AFT and a `resource` for Christian rights in public schools.
  • Co-Operative Center for the Development of Children and Teenagers: A Brazilian NGO planting education projects in slums and deprived communities throughout Brazil.
  • Convivial (Belgium): Workshops about team building and conflict solving: Cooperative games, mediation, and teaching children to negotiate. [In English and Francais]
  • Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE): An international association of education advancement officers, who include alumni administrators, fund raisers, public relations managers, publications editors, and government relations officers. The ultimate goal of advancement professionals is to enhance their institutions by bringing in support--be it in the form of money, alumni loyalty, public esteem, or new students. In turn, CASE's purpose is to help these people advance the cause of education. It does this by offering information resources and training opportunities to aid members.
  • Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU): An international association of Christ-centered colleges and universities. The CCCU site contains resources for faculty, administrators and students.
  • Destination ImagiNation Inc. (DI): A creative educational program for students and kids. DI offers challenges that stress teamwork, spontaneous problem solving and learning in a `group` setting.
  • EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation: Free training programmes in Japan for EU managers, and in-company traineeships for European and Japanese students.
  • Education Web Sites: Sites of education organizations, principally higher education.
  • Educators Website for Information Technology (EWIT): A learning community of educators and business leaders that supports the innovative use of IT skills and academic standards to enhance learning and to develop IT skills for work.
  • European Association for International Education: EAIE site stimulates and facilitates the exchange of ideas between international educators worldwide.
  • European Network Of Sport Sciences In Higher Education: Non-profit association for educational programs and/or research in sport.
  • Fellowship And Christian Encouragement (FACE) for Educators: Encourages and equips educators across the US to pray together in weekly FACE chapter meetings at their schools. The group's goal is to improve educational envronments with strong Christian support groups.
  • Fire Prevention Ring: Organization consisting of Fire Prevention educators from around the world, all material is presented in forms of fire prevention and education for the entire family.
  • Follow A Dream, Inc.: Non-profit educational organization. The founder, who was blinded and lost his senses of sight and smell in a catastrophic accident, gives speeches and teaches that with adversity comes opportunity.
  • Forum for Spiritual Education: An association of centers, organizations and individuals committed to the promotion and provision of spiritual education and spirituality in learning.
  • Global Wireless Education Consortium: Promoting and making available wireless curriculum materials for colleges, to meet the needs of the burgeoning wireless industry.
  • Hamilton Association: Canadian not-for-profit offers free public lecture schedule and special events "for the Advancement of Literature, Science and Art".
  • Illinois Drafting Educator's Association (IDEA): A non-profit professional education organization for the advancement of drafting education.
  • International Counselor Exchange Program: A non-profit educational organization to promote international understanding by inviting international camp counselors to American children's summer camps.
  • International Drama/Theatre Education Association: Supports drama and theatre educators. It has over forty member associations worldwide.
  • Kashmir Education Foundation: A non-political, non-governmental and non-profit organization dedicated to promotion of quality education in rural areas of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir.
  • Kettle Moraine Press Association: Organization with the singular goal of providing programs to enhance and promote scholastic journalism.
  • Learning Sciences: An interdisciplinary research and development lab dedicated to applying principles of cognitive science, computer science, artificial intelligence, and educational theory to improving the way people learn.
  • Learning and Teaching Scotland: Formed from the merger of SCET and the Scottish CCC.
  • National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT): Professional Association serving all Heads and Deputies in all sectors of Education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Includes profile, services, documents and membership information.
  • National Center for Educational Alliances (NCEA): Works to expand opportunities for underprepared students in the United States and abroad. Publications, website hosting, Listserv and WebBoard discussion groups, workshops and annual conferences. Information clearinghouse. Partnerships established in 16 cities throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
  • National Institute for Literacy (NIFL): An independent federal organization leading the national effort toward a fully literate America in the 21st century. 
  • National Middle School Association: Serves professionals, parents, and others interested in the educational and developmental needs of young adolescents.
  • National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals (NRCP): Articles, bibliography, and links on training and managing paraeducators.
  • National Staff Development Council (NSDC): A non-profit professional association committed to ensuring success for all students through staff development and school improvement.
  • National Tutoring Association: The NTA is a non-profit membership-supported tutoring association. Members represent colleges, universities, school districts, and literacy programs.
  • Not My kId: A not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the interests of youth and families who are at-risk for drug abuse, delinquency, early school withdrawal, family dysfunction, teen pregnancy, and other behavioral health problems. Our goals are accomplished through the development of programs of intervention including parent education, social action, assessment, referral, mass media awareness projects, and the sale of products and services to better equip parents, schools, agencies, and individuals to act in the best interests of young people.
  • Our Developing World: A nonprofit educational project dedicated to bringing the realities of the "third world" and the richness of diverse cultures to North Americans.
  • Partnership for America's Future: Provides programs that are designed to get students to use their education now to solve real-world business and educational problems for financial reward.
  • Peace Education Foundation: A non-profit educational organization that offers grade-specific, research-based conflict resolution and mediation curricula for K-12, as well as regional and on-site training.
  • Peaceful Schools International: Provides support to schools wishing to have a peaceful atmosphere. Members, activities, reports, and related links.
  • Project HELP: A national model of an early academic intervention program which offers supplemental classroom instruction to at-risk elementary school students.
  • RISE Training: Focusing on improving the learning and educational outcomes of infants, children, and youth by providing cost-efficient training, cutting edge resources, and relevant skills to the adults in their lives.
  • Reading Enhancement and Development (READ): A non-profit organization dedicated to the enhancement of literacy and education. Order a free speed reading course from this site.
  • Reforma: U.S. association to promote library services to the Spanish speaking.
  • Rome International Schools Association: Since 1974 this consortium has encouraged an international curriculum. Site lists schools (a few have web links) following their philosophy.
  • Scholarship Soley: A non-profit organization providing educational scholarships and other supportive services for young children of the slums of Haiti.
  • School Councils UK: Educational charity provides training for teachers and pupils, in mainstream and special schools, to set up effective structures for pupil involvement.
  • Sunflower County Freedom Project: A `group` of local citizens working together with former Teach for America teachers to improve the educational opportunities in the Mississippi Delta area. Find details about the region, the organization, its teachers, students and curriculum.
  • TRIO: A federally funded program committed to providing access to postsecondary education to low-income and potential first generation college secondary school students, beginning at the sixth grade through the 12th grade.
  • The Boyer Center: Advances the vision of Ernest L. Boyer, Sr. by encouraging renewal in school and community, conducting research on critical education issues, providing resources which advocate integrated approaches to teaching and learning.
  • The Center for Innovation in Education: Provider of mathematics inservice and training.
  • The Center for Law and Education: Strives to make the right of all students to quality education a reality throughout America and to help enable communities to address their own public education problems effectively, with an emphasis on assistance to low-income students and communities.
  • The Center for Partnership Studies: A non-profit organization working to create a more peaceful, equitable and sustainable world through cultural transformation. Includes programs, books, education program, tapes, interviews and links.
  • The Center for the Study of Technology and Society: Investigates how technology fits in - and changes - the classroom.
  • The Classical Association: Gives information about classical events, membership of the Association and its academic publications. Includes the very useful list of classicists in UK universities and institutions.
  • The Concord Consortium: A nonprofit educational research organization devoted to educational innovation worldwide through creative technologies.
  • The Marine Society: Committed to the education, training, and well being of professional seafarers.
  • The National Beta Club: Promotes character, develops leadership skills, encourages service involvement, recognizes achievement, and provides technological advantages to students in grades 5 - 12.
  • The Paideia Group: Promoting Mortimer Adler's Paideia Proposal, an education methodology. Works with k-12 schools and higher education to design and introduce didactic instruction for facts, coaching for basic skill development and Socratic teaching for understanding primary works related to the curriculum.
  • The Second Byte Foundation: Helping underprivileged children have equal access to technology and education by placing computers in their homes and offering them the motivations and skills to use them.
  • The Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS): The mission of SACNAS is to encourage Chicano/Latino and Native American students to pursue graduate education and obtain the advanced degrees necessary for research careers and science teaching professions at all levels.
  • The University Aviation Association: Represents institutions, faculty and students, corporations, and individuals interested in developing and promoting aviation as a collegiate academic discipline.
  • Western Training Provider Network: Modern Apprenticeship information service for businesses and for young people in the Bath, Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset area. Discusses benefits, operations, and occupations open to Modern Apprenticeship.
  • Wisconsin Center for Education Research: A world-class research center that provides a productive environment where leading scholars conduct basic and applied education research.

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