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A Global Alliance for Education: A Universal Moral Commitment*
- How should international organizations and national governments cooperate and work together in each country? What regional activities would benefit from the implementation of this proposal?
*The ideas, thoughts, and opinions expressed are not necessarily of the OAS nor of its member states. The opinions expressed are the responsibility of the authors.
should be used from the exchange of debt to build better schools,
especially in Central American and the Caribbean, with classrooms to
comfortably accommodate students. This would enhance the learning
environment. Teachers should be properly educated in the field of
Education and maybe given better salaries. Salaries would encourage
the teachers that their work is worthwhile and I would expect them to
improve in their profession. Along with more schools, older schools
should be renovated and modernized, equipped with current technology
so that students will be meet world demands for future employment.
Resources should also go in to programs encouraging "multi-linguism".
We should consider the fact that our world is becoming increasingly
globalized. It would an advantage for individual to be able to
communicate in more than one language, even though English is commonly
used as the "language of business".
objectives that should be fulfilled with this proposal could include:
assistance from developed countries of the OAS to educate persons from underdeveloped and developing nations in the OAS with preference. These people will then be able to bring home their new knowledge and use it wisely for the development of the poorer nations.
Developed countries should build that "global alliance for education" as stated in the above article.
organizations and national governments should cooperate and work
together in each country by setting up rules and regulations that
would allow for the proper management of resources, especially when in
comes to dealing with corrupt governments. This will aid in the
reduction of resources, especially money, from going where it is not
supposed to go. These rules and regulations will come from a meeting
of both parties whereby they can agree that these regulations are not
Regional activities that would benefit from the implementation of this proposal are those that deal with the upliftment of the poor and the improvement of education regionally.