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Panel highlights global perspectives on education

October 31, 2007

A group of doctoral students will offer global perspectives on education in “Schooling Around the World: Sights, Sounds, Stories and Travels,” a program sponsored by the Department of Educational Policy Studies on Wednesday, Nov. 14, to mark International Education Week.

Based on their travels and work in Japan, India, Jamaica, Kenya and Argentina, the five panelists — who are associated with the International and Comparative Education Research Group (ICERG) — will discuss important global issues, such as international development, Education for All, school reform and population governance, refugee education and labor policies.

The free program will be held at 7 p.m. in Room 154, Education Building. For more information, call 262-1760.