Educate Today for Tomorrow
The Importance of Global Education
The Center for SDG Global Education USA brings a willingness to embrace effective education initiatives that can help identify best practices and find ways to promote life-changing skills, growth, development experiences, and educational exchange programs.
Pillars of Learning in Enriching Teaching, Learning, and Research:
- Accentuates a global agenda through education, training, advocating, and igniting action on education for sustainable development.
- Creates understanding and learning about the Sustainable Development Goals, focusing on inclusive and quality education for lifelong learning in developing communities.
- Bridges the gap in educating schools on the work of the United Nations.
- Encourages youth, children, and students to push themselves to go above and beyond to expose and develop their global skills.
- Provides education about the United Nations to schools and from the school to the classroom.
Building a Community
- To hold each year the United Nations’ education awareness on their policies and documents on education, science, and culture.
- To participate and contribute to United Nations’ strategic policies, meetings, and programs during their International and Observance Days on education.
- To contribute to SDG 4 and targets in addressing Leave No One Behind on inclusive and quality education for lifelong learning.
- To organize collaborative education for learning through global classroom education.
- To promote training and professional development in cooperation with the education policy of the 2030 Development Agenda.
- To publish journals, literature, and an encyclopedia on the work of the organization of the 2030 Development Agenda.
- To facilitate international understanding and cooperation among educators, teachers, students, youth, and children on global education issues.
- To facilitate exposure of education and exchange programs among students, youth, and children globally.
- To promote sustainable education development that supports the United Nations’ mission.
- To evoke the process of positive change (raising awareness and developing creative potential) on the work of the global agenda.
- To promote education, culture, and intercultural dialogues of the mission and activities.
- Individuals, youth, and students in schools, colleges, and universities in a diverse culture.
- Organizations, groups, and associations involved with education, students, youth, children, men, and women in diverse cultures.
- Project and program partners and institutions of higher learning.
- The Board of Directors Meeting shall be held twice a year.
- The Executive Council Meeting shall be held monthly.Quarterly/emergency/special meetings shall be held to discuss and develop an action plan on current policies or strategies.
- The Notice of Meeting shall be sent to members of the Council within seven days of the meeting and in the case of the prevailing scheduled meeting.
- Quorum – The quorum of the meeting shall be 35% of members of the meeting.
- Five-member Board of Directors.
- Five-member Executive Council Board with the Executive Director as Chair and Director of the Center. Other members of the Committee shall include the Director of Finance, Dean of Education and Academic Affairs, Director for External Relations, Assistant Executive Director, Director of Media and Publication, Director of Programs, Director of IT and Development, Director for Youth and Students, International Scholar Coordinator, and Community and Membership Director.
- There shall be in addition to the above the following: Public Relations Officer, Policy and Research Officer, and Global Classroom Education Coordinator.
- There shall be a five-member Education Advisory Council.
- There shall be the Honorary Council Board which will include men and women selected through the Research and Policy Unit to support the work of the organization.
Account/Asset of the Committee:
- The Executive Council Board has the power to determine what asset to acquire and not acquire and which bank shall be the banker of the Center.
- The signatory of the bank account shall be the Finance Director and the Executive Director.
- Very important agreements/documents shall be signed by either the Executive Director or any Director appointed by the Executive Director, provided those agreements and day-to-day matters can be handled by the Executive Director.
This Bylaw was first adopted at the Executive Council Meeting on Saturday, July 28, 2015, and reviewed on Tuesday, July 18, 2017.
About The Founder, Dr. Ada Juni Okika
Tenets of Education Solutions for SDG4
Advisory Council Board:
Executive Council Board:
Model UNSDG School Club
- YOUTHGETHER GLOBAL
- Exchange Education
- MODEL UN Education
- Peer Role Model Initiative