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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 4: Quality Education

Organizations relating to Educators

Confederation of American Educators / Mexico City, Mexico / Est. 1929
Association of Teachers of Mathematics / Derby, UK / Est. 1950
European String Teachers Association / Est. 1972
African Regional Centre for Space Science and Technology Education - English / Ile Ife, Nigeria / Est. 1998
International Federation of Language Teacher Associations / London, UK / Est. 1931
ECPR European Political Science Network / Budapest, Hungary / Est. 2001
International Research Group on Physics Teaching / Est. 1966
TESOL International Association / Alexandria VA, USA / Est. 1966
Enseignants sans frontières / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1994
NAFSA - Association of International Educators / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1948
World Association for Educational Research / Reims, France / Est. 1953
Global Learning / Chatham Borough NJ, USA / Est. 1974
Christian Educators Association International / Pasadena CA, USA / Est. 1953
International Federation of Snowsport Instructors / Linz, Austria
International Porcelain Artists and Teachers / Grapevine TX, USA / Est. 1956
European Centre for Modern Languages / Graz, Austria / Est. 1994
Nordic Teachers\' Council / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 1968
SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of Teachers and Educational Personnel in Language / Jakarta, Indonesia / Est. 2009
International Association of Educators for Peace / Villejuif, France
SIESC - European Federation of Christian Teachers / Cluj-Napoca, Romania / Est. 1954
Education International / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
Sesiones Pedagógicas para Docentes e Investigatores del Francés Lengua Extranjera
International Confederation of Principals / Moscow, Australia / Est. 1990
International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning / Pittsburgh PA, USA / Est. 1970
Association for Teacher Education in Europe / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1976

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World Problems relating to Educators

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Excessive student-teacher ratio
Denial of education to minorities
Intimidation in educational institutions
Maldistribution of teachers
Lack of vocational teachers
Political contributions by agents of foreign principals
Unethical practices in education
Unexplored opportunities for community education
Departure of good teachers
Ineffective functional training
Limited teacher facilities
Inability to teach unwritten language
Inflexible classroom space
Campus romance
Unidentified practical instructors
Distracting university faculty demands
Limits of second language teaching
Inadequate intellectual methods
Underutilized women teachers
Educating people to lie
Dependence on untrained volunteer teachers
Ethnic discrimination in foreign language teaching

Action Strategies relating to Educators

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Teaching science
Promoting digital literacy
Disseminating mathematical sciences
Learning through ignorance
Teaching good food habits
Promoting use of English as common global language
Increasing environmental management education capacities
Supporting efforts of non-formal educators in sustainable development
Informing young people about the law
Teaching children manners
Increasing water resource education
Educating for peace
Teaching comprehensive life education
Teaching about sexuality
Teaching languages
Teaching societal methodologies
Educating about human rights
Developing teacher education
Arranging meetings for technical teachers
Training leaders
Promoting values in education
Developing management education
Studying chemistry
Training in international finance
Guiding lecturers

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