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The United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural
Organization (UNESCO) is an organization that encourages international peace by
promoting collaboration between nations. In order to translate these ideas into
concrete action, UNESCO launched the Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet)
in 1953. As of September 2005, it includes over 7,793 educational institutions,
ranging from pre-school education to teacher training in 175 countries.
The Manitoba schools involved in
National ASPnet Schools:
Corydon School, John Pritchard School, River East Collegiate,
A Hijra Islamic School, St. Emile School, College Pierre Elliot Trudeau, College Jeanne Sauve, College Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau, Vincent Massey Collegiate, Stevenson Britannia Adult Learning Centre, Ecole Laura Secord School, St. James Collegiate, Churchill High School and Beausejour Early Years School.
Onanole Elementary School, West St. Paul School, University of Winnipeg Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg Collegiate, Ecole Golden Gate, Niji Mahkwa, St. John's Ravenscourt School, Ecole Tuxedo Park, Ecole Pointe-des-Chenes, Rossburn Elementary School, Ecole communautaire Real-Berard, Linden Meadows School, Elm Creek School and Bairdmore Elementary School.
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