The International Association of Educators (INASED) provides different types of membership to the public.
Membership with INASED
The International Association of Educators (INASED) provides different types of membership to the public: Individual Membership, Institutional Membership and Association Membership. Participation in an International Networks of Educational Research (INER) is also possible.
Individual memberships provide opportunities for exchange of information, communication, and collaborations otherwise not readily available across continents and hemispheres. Individual members receive benefits of INASED and may participate in INASED activities at discounted rates.
- International Association of Educators is open to all educators including undergraduate and graduate students at a college of education who have an interest in communicating with other educators from different countries and nationalities. All candidates of membership must submit a membership application form to the executive committee.
- There are two kinds of members – voting members and nonvoting members. Only the members who pay their dues before the election call are called Voting Members and can vote in all elections and meetings and be candidate for Executive Committee in the elections. Other members are called Nonvoting Members.
- Dues will be determined and assessed at the first week of April of each year by the Executive Committee.