TASSC (pr./task/) – is the Global Challenge to Universities, Colleges, and Schools

The Sustainable Societies Challenge asks academics, what is your plan for sustainable societies? How will you teach the subject? And how will you ensure you roll out an improving solution?

Universities & Colleges

Who is invited?

Who is attending?

Who has submitted?

Scoring and Ranks

High Schools

Who is invited?

Who is attending?

Who has submitted?

Scoring and Ranks

Your School

Grade and Middle Schools can also run the Challenge

Who is invited?

Who is running?

Who has submitted?

Scoring and Ranks

About the Sustainable Societies Challenge

About the Project

The Sustainable Societies Challenge is called TASSC – or just TASK; a worthwhile project which showcases academic solutions and institutions globally. Schools and Faculties are compared and also scored internationally by i) each school, and ii) a committee-recommended system – both by faculty and by country.

Which faculties are included in the Challenge:

  • Political Science
  • Economics
  • History
  • Business & Finance
  • Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Humanities – Philosophy & Epistemology
  • Education

Sharing Best Practises

In every country and in every teaching institution and faculty, programs work to teach sustainable societies. We are 220 countries, 26,368 Universities and Colleges, and exponentially more high, middle and grade schools – managing the education of seven billion of us …

How can we participate?

Register, assign a project manager, setup a project, and then schedule leads and resources in each faculty to build a sustainable society through current programs in your institution

The Project is explained in detail in the 600-page thesis “End of War – Managing Mature Capitalisms” – and this CSQ Research webpage serves as a Program Portal.

Setup

For purposes of comparison and ranking, a common nomenclature is used and reports are available in all Google Translate-supported languages

Requirements

Our societies need:

  1. Social Contracts – the basics of life: food, shelter, healthcare, security, education …
  2. Sustainable Monetary Systems
  3. International co-operation and trade
  4. Standardized measures of success and improvement
  5. Prosperity and Good Lives – Aristotle’s term for “the American Dream”

Design

  • Use-Case Actor Inputs and Outputs
  • Sustainable Solutions
  • Democratic Reforms
  • Government Policy
  • Detailed Implementation Planning

Implementation

Operations and Monitoring

Challenges and Solutions

Challenges & Solutions

Global Debt & Investment

  • Monetary Systems
  • Global / National Debt
  • Public / Private Debt
  • Targets and Improvement
  • Trade & Self-sufficiency

Social Contracts

Infrastructures for:

  • Food
  • Housing
  • Security
  • Healthcare
  • Education

Government Systems

  • Planning – Strategic and Tactical
  • Democracies > 15 million
  • Democracies < 15 million
  • Monarchy
  • Global / Federal / State /…

Automation

Complementary solutions By Industry:

  • Primary productions
  • Secondary
  • Tertiary

Education

Curriculums:

  • University
  • College and Trade
  • Secondary
  • Primary

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