Ms Shalini Bhorkar, a 3rd-year PhD candidate at the UCL Institute of Education, made a virtual presentation for the Shadow Education SIG on June 30. The title of presentation was: “Power, interests and ideas: A disaggregated theoretical approach for political economy analysis of private tutoring in Maharashtra state, India.”
The SIG was joined by Prof Mark Bray from HKU, Dr Will Brehm from UCL IoE, Dr Siyuan Feng from HKU, Dr Achala Gupta from UCL IoE, Dr Rafsan Mahmud from Open University Bangladesh, Dr Vít Šťastný From Charles University Prague and Dr Kevin Yung from the Education University of Hong Kong.
Many SIG’s current and previous members joined the meeting. It was chaired by Dr Nutsa Kobakhidze from HKU.