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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Schools

Alliance of Management Schools in European Capitals / Paris, France
Latin American Association of Dental Schools / Est. 1960
Arab School of Science and Technology / Kuwait, Kuwait / Est. 1978
School of Global Studies, Tempe AZ / Tempe AZ, USA
European Federation of Schools / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1963
North East Asia Association of Theological Schools
International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools / Est. 2003
International Convention of Puppetry Schools / Charleville-Mézières, France / Est. 1990
Euro Mediterranean School of Endoscopic Surgery
Latin American School for Political Science and Public Administration / Est. 1966
ISG International School of Business / Paris, France / Est. 1967
International School of Social and Political Sciences
Multinational Advanced Postal Training School, Abidjan / Est. 1970
European School of Urology / Arnhem, Netherlands / Est. 1996
Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul / Seoul, Korea Rep / Est. 1987
Permanent Committee of the International Congresses on School Hygiene / Est. 1903
World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought / Teheran, Iran Islamic Rep
East Asia School of Theology / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 1992
Caribbean School of Accountancy
International School of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases / Est. 1998
Computer Aid International / London, UK
International Association of Navigation Schools / Est. 1917
Mediterranean Federation of Schools of Architecture
Association of Schools of Public Health / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1953
International Observatory of Violence in the School Environment / Nice, France / Est. 1998

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World Problems relating to Schools

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate education of indigenous peoples
Intimidation in educational institutions
Inappropriate school lunches
Functional illiteracy
Competitiveness in education
Sexually segregated schools
Disruptive behaviour in schools
Corporal punishment in schools
Inadequate education system
Student absenteeism
Drug abuse by adolescents
Educational wastage
Insufficient educational material
Inadequate facilities for children's play
Unrecognized relevance of education
Outmoded education system
Proliferation of private schools
Class discrimination in education
Excessive student-teacher ratio
Parent-teacher non-communication
Religious discrimination in education
Denial of right to choose moral and religious education
Ineffective systems of practical education
Persisting school rivalries
Unsupplemented school curriculum

Action Strategies relating to Schools

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using computers in education
Providing environmental education in schools
Establishing bible schools
Controlling employee absenteeism
Networking school systems
Formalizing education for women and girls
Establishing free bible classes
Religion school teacher
Preserving inequality of school fees
Disputing school locations
Blocking school attendance
Developing catholic schools
Making effective and multiple use of existing school facilities
Producing sunday school materials
Preserving gender-related inequality in school
Designing sustainable development programmes with school staff and students
Establishing international schools
Establishing advanced formal school
Increasing church-school involvement
Making effective and multiple use of existing school facilities
Identifying obstacles to village education
Including waste minimization principles and practices in school curricula
Improving women's enrolment, employment and facilities at educational institutions
Reducing disruptive behaviour in schools
Designing sustainable development programmes with school staff and students

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