Past Partners

The American India Foundation is an organization based in the United States that focuses on creating non-governmental organizations in India.

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iEARN-USA and the American Museum of Natural History are two of the co-sponsors of a youth-led environmental project called YouthCaN, at which over 1,000 students attend and sh

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The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is a research and development organization working to make schools and classrooms more effective through the use of problem and project based instruction.

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The Copen Family Fund launched iEARN as a pilot project called the New York State Moscow Telecommunications Project linking schools in the U.S. and former Soviet Union in 1988. Its President Peter Copen continues to support it with annual operating and special project grants.

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Hipercept, a global provider of consulting, technology and managed services to real estate owners, operators, investors and lenders, is sponsoring 25 scholarships for educators in the USA and around the world to take a technology-focused iEA

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iEARN is collaborating with ITEN at the OAS (Organization of American States).

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ISTE - SIGOL (Online Learning Special Interest Group). Each year SIGOL sponsors an Online Learning Award competition for teachers who have been involved in an original online learning activity.

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The Minds on Design Lab is a design and technology studio that works to help nonprofit organizations.

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Through GlobalTeachNet, iEARN-USA and NPCA have partnered to involved global educators and returned Peace Corps volunteer teachers in international online collaborative project work.

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One World Education (OWEd) is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote global awareness, literacy and meaningful citizenship with educational resources that give voice to youth perspectives on culture and global issues.

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