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Substantially increase the supply of qualified teachers, with international cooperation for teacher training, especially in least developed countries.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Community Education Centers: Community-based education centers provide teacher training, resources, and support.

  2. Teacher Training Institutes: Focus on training and developing teachers, often in collaboration with local schools and education authorities.

  3. Parent-Teacher Associations: Advocate for quality education and may be involved in initiatives to improve teacher quality in local schools.

  4. NGOs Working in Education: Non-governmental organizations with a specific focus on education and teacher development.

  5. Local Women's Empowerment Groups: Empower women in the community, recognizing the crucial role of female educators, and may work towards increasing the number of qualified women teachers.

  6. Community-Based Literacy Programs: Address literacy issues and work on training teachers to improve basic education in the community.

  7. Youth-Led Initiatives: Focus on education and may involve mentorship programs for aspiring teachers.

  8. Local Government Education Departments: Community-focused branches of local government that work on educational initiatives, including teacher training and support.

  9. Community Libraries and Resource Centers: Community libraries and resource centers support teachers with educational materials and training opportunities.

  10. Cultural and Religious Institutions: Churches, mosques, or cultural centers may recognize the importance of education and support teacher training programs.

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