The current vision for WORLD PEACE EDUCATION is one of equality, academic amnesty and global community healing for student communications. Specialized curriculum delivered by world peace organizations is now available to the global classroom platform with free access to this translation-ready 6-week assignment for grades 9 - 12. Beyond traditional lesson planning, World Peace Education offers classroom connection and interaction via Student Skype as a brand new module for interactive learning, multi-media presentations, a 40-language translator and a peace ambassadorship incentive of I.B. accredited global action tours. These EF tours are designed for lateral peace making with eco-sustainability modules. By mobilizing peace action in 53 countries, World Peace Education is able to provide opportunity for both students and teachers to participate in an entirely new dynamic of the global community classroom.
Future Foundation International's mission is to provide peace curriculum lesson planning for schools in every nation, beginning with Rainier Beach High School in Seattle, WA. Future Foundation International is an organization run by academic and student advocacy leader Mr. Mohamed Saireh. FFI provides team-building, leadership and universal outreach to all peace teachers and students. FFI is the FIRST education partner of World Peace Education.
Education First provides global action tour sponsorship to mobilize WPE Peace & Eco-Sustainability tours. In affiliation with We Day, EF provides structure, notoriety and International Baccalaureate credit to the World Peace Education 6-week Global Action For Peace 101 program.
Education First, Future International + World Peace Education navigate cultural diversity with amnesty while maintaining Standards for Excellence Institute ethics and accountability code. In approach to the global classroom community, World Peace Education operates on a safe and sanctioned platform for communication, sharing ideas and offering peace building thanks to Microsoft's Student Skype.
The objective of creating a diversified student body is to observe challenges that unify students as one nation, one team, one future generation. Curriculum prepares the students for communication in their final week of class. Lesson planning includes the application of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, global community classroom etiquette, a unified vision of solution oriented direction guided by world peace leaders and peace building within a learning environment where everyone belongs. Every lesson plan is custom designed to accommodate national priority and the local community's greatest need.
FUTURE FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL & WORLD PEACE EDUCATION steward curriculum facilitated by world peace organizations around the world. The organizations that we currently credit for resourced curriculum, collaboration and integrated lesson planning include: UNESCO, THE PEACE COUNCIL, STUDENT PEACE ALLIANCE, MAKING PEACE, YOUTH FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, OPEN PERMACULTURE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE and the UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE.
Participation requires the application of the UNESCO CODE OF ETHICAL CONDUCT.