Critical Insights on Inherent Opportunities and Complexities Presented by Educational Sojourns

By Dely Lazarte Elliot Chair: Yang Rui Using a psychological lens, this seminar will focus on the opportunities and challenges inherent in the educational sojourn experience of a considerable number of students engaged in international education. The discussion will be grounded in a developmental theory originally proposed by Urie Bronfenbrenner leading to a new perspective […]

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CGSED T Shirts

The 2017/18 cohort of MEd students in Comparative and Global Studies in Education and Development (CGSED) is perhaps even more dynamic and team-spirited than its predecessors! The students have designed a special T shirt to display their identity. On the front is the name of the specialization alongside the Bray & Thomas cube which has […]

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Supplementary Education: Identifying and Crossing Boundaries

On 9 and 10 December 2017, CERC hosted a remarkable Policy Forum entitled ‘Public-Private Partnerships in Supplementary Education: Sharing Experiences in East Asian Contexts’. The event was co-hosted with UNESCO, and attracted 53 participants from governments, companies, schools, and research institutions from Hong Kong, Japan, Mainland China, and the Republic of Korea. The starting point […]

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Call for Papers: 11th Biennial Comparative Education Society of Asia

11th Biennial Comparative Education Society of Asia, CESA 2018 ‘Education and Social Progress: Insights from Comparative Perspectives’ 10 – 12 May 2018 Siem Reap, Cambodia   It is generally assumed that education contributes in diverse ways to the achievement of social progress, equipping individuals with skills that enhance their employability, health, family life, civic engagement […]

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