Supporters and Partners
Global Teacher Education is funded in part by a small family foundation committed to providing all children with a global perspective, but we are currently seeking additional financial support to ensure long term sustainability. Our work is also made possible by our partner organizations engaged in work that is complementary to GTE's mission and vision. Current supporters and partners include:
Global Teacher Education's membership base includes nearly 300 registered users representing: 39 states; 103 academic institutions; and 70 associations, foundations, and nonprofit, governmental, and educational organizations. Deans and faculty in teacher education - our target audience - make up almost 70% of our membership base. Register to become a member of GTE. Registration is free and provides periodic updates from GTE, the ability to contribute content, and access to our interactive features - including our Membership Directory.
About: The Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning (PGL) is an innovative educational movement. Its purpose is to provide leadership and structure to move international education from the margins to the mainstream by connecting policy and practice to prepare American students and educators to excel in an interconnected world through publications, conferences, workshops, newsletters, policy briefs and online resources.
About: The Longview Foundation seeks to build a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world by equipping youth with a global perspective and understanding of political, social, and environmental issues worldwide. We accomplish this by supporting teacher preparation, state initiatives and coalitions, and innovation programs focused on internationalizing education in the United States.
Longview supports GTE by providing expertise, co-sponsoring professional development, promoting GTE to its grantees, and building a network of teacher education programs committed to internationalizing their programs.
About: NAFSA is the world's largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education and exchange. NAFSA's 10,000 members are located at more than 3,500 institutions worldwide, in over 150 countries. The association also hosts the Colloquium on Internationalizing Teacher Education as a part of its annual conference every year. The colloquium is an invaluable networking opportunity for individuals and institutions interested in supporting internationalization efforts in teacher preparation.
NAFSA provides expertise and supports GTE's activities.
About: Public Good is a community of people and nonprofits working together to inform, engage, and activate the next generation of civic champions - the donors, volunteers, and advocates who help make the world a better place.