By Susan L. Robertson. Originally posted on the Education International Blog ‘World Hack’ – a weekly BBC World Service radio broadcast by presenter Kat Hawkins and reporter Sam Judah caught my attention earlier this week for several reasons. The first was its title, which came in the form of a question: Can US Entrepreneurs Help Fix … Continue reading Hacked Off: Can Us Entrepreneurs Help Fix Education in Africa? Answer?
By Susan L. Robertson The geo-graphic and historical importance of location for a conference theme can often stimulate, and thus create the occasion for, a more engaged set of conversations around the politics of place and its history. A group of recognisable faces from the comparative and international education, development and globalisation of education worlds … Continue reading #CIES2018 in Mexico