Organizations involved directly or indirectly in the education of youth or adults. This education is mainly in the 'traditional' sense-- reading, life skills, etc. Sites teaching how to ride horses or other rare skills probably will not be found here.
This organization is a worldwide, volunteer organization providing educational, cross-cultural experiences for children 11 years and up to 18 (and older).

Only websites that are clearly relevant to CISV, CISV activities, local chapters etc may be posted here; not CISV members'' personal homepages. Thanks!

PS! please notice that only pages in English can be submitted. Pages in other languages should be submitted under the /World/{language} categories.

Lists the official sites of regional, national or international organizations of interest to bilingual educators.
Links to categories for education organizations for specific countries.
CISV is an independent, non-political volunteer organization promoting peace education and cross-cultural friendship. CISV provides a range of unique educational group activities which develop cross cultural understanding in children and youth from around the world. By encouraging respect for cultural differences and the development of self-awareness, CISV empowers each participant to incorporate these values into their lives as they become global citizens and strive for a more peaceful world.
Organizations which work almost exclusively to help people become able to read, write, do basic math, and use and/or understand computers. It is expected that groups listed here have a physical location to which people can come to get literacy help and training. Organizations which advocate literacy and/or provide general resources are better placed in Society/Issues/Education/Literacy.
Organizations which work almost exclusively to help people become able to read, write, do basic math, and use and/or understand computers. It is expected that groups listed here have a physical location to which people can come to get literacy help and training.

Organizations which advocate literacy and/or provide general resources are better placed in Society/Issues/Education/Literacy.

PTA

The Parent Teacher Association was founded in 1897 and is the nation's largest child advocacy organization. It is made up of 53 state PTAs comprising nearly 6.5 million members in more than 27,500 local PTA units throughout the United States, Europe, and the Pacific area.
Please submit links to National and State PTA/PTO/PTSA organizations here.

Links for District, Councils, and other subdivisions within a state should be submitted to Society: Organizations: Education: PTA: Councils.

Links for Local Units including PTA/PTO/PTSA sites for an individual school should be submitted to Society: Organizations: Education: PTA: Local Units.