ICET Strategic Alliances involve organizations from different sectors working toward the common agenda of promoting educational quality through global citizenship. These alliances allow ICET to contribute to the work of improving the quality of education on a global scale
CORE Education (New Zealand)
learning and research agency. At CORE we believe that new technologies are the most exciting way to engage 21st century learners across all education and training sectors. Our aim is to support and celebrate all the astonishing ways that New Zealand educators work with, and for their learners. Since its inception 10 years ago, CORE Education has been the predominant supplier of services to New Zealand schools, tertiary and early childhood centres, with a particular focus on innovative and creative e-learning, curriculum support, ICT and school review. With over 130 staff nation-wide, CORE holds preferred provider status with the Ministry of Education on a range of programmes, including leadership, teacher professional learning and development, curriculum development, research and indigenous education.
Gooru is strategic partner assisting ICET to promote Education as a Human Right by providing educators with access to over 70,000+ collections of free web resources, created by their community of teachers, districts, and partners Gooru is a free and open personalized learning solution that enables teachers to find, remix, and share standards aligned collections of web resources on any K-12 topic. They partner with school districts and charters (120,000 students, 79% low-income) as the Gooru Schools Collaborative to co-create and evolve Gooru. Gooru is developed by a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and supported by grants from the Google, Gates Foundation, and Hewlett Foundation among others. Gooru won Tech-award-2014 for education.
ICET Secretariat sits on the MESH Editiorial Board and provides strategic planning as well as internationalization support to the EFC.
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) is a consortium of more than 100 member colleges and universities focused on research and training in the atmospheric and related Earth system sciences. Our members set directions and priorities for the National Center for Atmospheric Research, which UCAR manages with sponsorship by the National Science Foundation. Through our community programs, UCAR provides innovative services in support of the community's education and research goals. Click here for additional information about UCAR
World Literacy Summit (Australia and the UK)
The World Literacy Council is a strategic partner assisting ICET advocacy work in breaking down the barriers between government, business, non-governmental organisations, educational institutions and the world's citizens in an effort to promote greater literacy standards worldwide. The Director of ICET holds the position of Director of the World Literacy Council