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07 Feb 2023
Washington D.C., USA

Event Highlights: NORRAG at CIES 2023: "Improving Education for a More Equitable World"

The NORRAG team participated in the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Annual Conference on 14-22 February 2023, both online and in-person in Washington D.C., USA. This year’s CIES Conference theme “Improving Education for a More Equitable World” spoke to NORRAG’s mission and key principles. During the conference, we highlighted knowledge equity through our #TheSouthAlsoKnows initiative. NORRAG representatives also spoke at ten panels across four NORRAG themes, and organised its traditional CIES reception on 21 February 2023.

Here below are some highlights of sessions from the NORRAG team.

 

Sunday 9 February 2023

Impact Bonds for Education: Does innovation in financing address equity and quality challenges?

Impact bonds, a financial innovation that aims to address social and development issues through private investment, are increasingly gaining prominence as a tool for financing education. However, as with any new financial instrument, there are both benefits and challenges associated with impact bonds. At a recent panel, experts discussed the existing evidence on the use of impact bonds in education and engaged the audience in examining their own assumptions about the topic.

 

Innovative Financing for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

Financial innovations in tertiary education funding have long been explored as an avenue to increase access and decrease inequity in post-secondary education.  A recent panel session at the Comparative and International Education Society Annual Meeting engaged researchers and practitioners in a critical dialogue on how student financing initiatives, coupled with additional financial literacy and employment support, have the potential to address the key tertiary education access and equity challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa. Chaired by Arushi Terway (NORRAG), the panel titled “Innovative Financing for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa” presented findings from research and implementation of tertiary education student financing initiatives within the Innovative Financing for Education To Leave No One Behind project.

 

Tuesday 21 February 2023

The rise of knowledge brokers: The translation of research evidence into policy and planning

The KIX EAP Hub presented at NORRAG’s two-part panel ‘The rise of knowledge brokers: The translation of research evidence into policy and planning’ on 21 February and 22 February 2023 at the 67th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) in Washington, D.C. This panel gave the floor to experts from academe, international organizations, and foundations that in one way or another attempt to bridge research and policy.

 

Systems approaches to improving the use of research evidence in education policy, planning and practice

Panel Session: Research Approaches to Globalization & Education

Anna Numa Hopkins, Theme Lead Data and Evidence, and Moira Faul, Executive Director, presented on evolving understandings of how best to mobilise research and improve its use in education policy and practice. They started from the challenge of two broken feedback loops in international education: one between knowledge producers and users, and the second between global supply and local demand.

 

 

Full NORRAG at CIES 2023 programme 

Please note that we are only listing NORRAG staff; the panels included other participants. Time is in CET and EST. 

Tuesday, 14 February 2023

19:45 – 21:15 (EST/Washington D.C.) / 01:45-03:15 (CET/Geneva)

Panel Session: Digital Education Governance in the Global South: New Actors and Methods in Local Realities (Part 1 – Online)

Chair: Moira V Faul, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute

Zoom Room 113

Wednesday, 15 February 2023

7:45 – 9:15 (EST/Washington D.C) / 13:45 – 15:15 (CET/Geneva)

Panel Session: The Imperative of a World Curriculum for the Masses

Chair: Yao Ydo (UP), IBE

Presenters: Hugh McLean, NORRAG

Zoom Room 116

 

Sunday, 19 February 2023

8:00 – 9:30 EST/Washington D.C  Panel Session: Exploring the potential of the Comparative Educational Leadership Lab for inequity-reducing school leadership preparation and practice and comparative reflection

Presenters: Felicitas M Acosta, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Wilson

 

14:45 – 16:15 (EST/Washington D.C.)

 

Panel Session: Digital Education Governance in the Global South: New Actors and Methods in Local Realities (Part 2)

Chair: Moira V Faul, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute

Presenters: Marina Avelar, Federal University of Minas Gerais; Radhika Gorur (SF), Deakin University

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution D
 

14:45 – 16:15 (EST/Washington D.C.)

 

Highlighted Session: Impact Bonds for Education: Does innovation in financing address equity and quality challenges?

Presenters: Arushi Terway, NORRAG; Marina Dreux Frotté, NORRAG; Anaka Harish Ganesh, NORRAG; Georgia Thorne, NORRAG

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Declaration A
 

16:45 – 18:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Innovative Financing for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

Chair: Arushi Terway, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Cabin John
 Monday, 20 February 2023

9:30 – 11:00 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Global Education Between Governance, Donor and Evaluation

Chair: Felicitas M Acosta, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento;

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Independence I

14:45 – 16:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Highlighted Session: The ‘practice turn’ in global governance: Analysing the changing role of international organizations in education policy-making

Presenters: Maren Elfert, King’s College London & NORRAG; Antoni Verger Planells (CC)

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Penn Quarter A

 Tuesday, 21 February 2023

14:45 – 16:15 (EST/Washington D.C.)

Panel Session: The rise of knowledge brokers: The translation of research evidence into policy and planning (Part 1)

Chair: Arushi Terway, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute

Presenters: Gita Steiner-Khamsi, Columbia University Teachers College & NORRAG; Chanwoong Baek, Geneva Graduate Institute & NORRAG

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Bulfinch

16:45 – 18:15 (EST/Washington D.C.)

Panel Session: Research Approaches to Globalization & Education

Presenters: Anna Numa Hopkins, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute; Moira V Faul, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Independence I

18:30 – 20:00 (EST/Washington D.C.)

Panel Session: Power, Positionality, and Reciprocity in Comparative and International Education Research: Puzzles for emerging scholars and graduate programs

Presenter: Daniel D Shephard, Columbia University Teachers College & NORRAG

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Declaration A
 Wednesday, 22 February 2023

08:00-09.30 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: The rise of knowledge brokers: The translation of research evidence into policy and planning (Part 2)

Presenters: Moira V Faul, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute; Bart Sebastiaan Gabriel, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute; Anna Numa Hopkins, NORRAG, Geneva Graduate Institute; Julia Levin, NORRAG; Jose Luis Canelhas, NORRAG

Location: Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Independence D

13:30 -15:00 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel session: The power of platforms and the impact of technology philanthropy and other technology actors on educational development

Chair: Gita Steiner-Khamsi, Columbia University Teachers College & NORRAG

Presenters: Lara Patil, NORRAG

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Latrobe

More information on NORRAG panels can be found at this page.

NORRAG Highlighted Sessions

*This list is continually being updated. Please check back regularly.

Below are the CIES 2023 presentations & events which feature NORRAG Members. Those underlined are part of the Consultative Committee (CC), Editorial Board (EB), NORRAG Members (NM), Senior Fellows Programme (SF) and UNESCO Panels (UP).Time is in CEST and CST 

 

Tuesday, 14 February 2023

11:15 – 12:45 (EST/Washington D.C) / 17:15-18:45 (CET/Geneva)

Panel Session: Education in pandemics: Soft launch of a special issue of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE)

Chair: Dana Burde (CC), New York University

Presenters: Mark Ginsburg, University of Maryland; Emily Dunlop, Cornell University; Su Lyn Corcoran, Manchester Metropolitan University; Leena Zahir, Education Above All Foundation. 

Zoom Room 110

11:15 – 12:45 (EST/Washington D.C.) / 22:15-23:45 (CET/Geneva)

Panel Session: Engaging a sustainable digital future in higher education: practical cases in developing countries

Chair: Wei Han (UP), UNESCO-ICHEI

Zoom Room 101
11:15 – 12:45 (EST/Washington D.C) / 17:15-18:45 (CET/Geneva) Panel Session: Presidential Invited Session: Critical Reflections on the Privatization of Education

Chair: Steven Klees, University of Maryland

Presenters: Maria Ron Balsera, ActionAid; Carol Anne Spreen, New York University; Prachi Srivastava (SF), University of Western Ontario; Salim Vally, University of Johannesburg

Zoom Room 103

16:15 – 17:45 (EST/Washington D.C) / 22:15 – 23:45 (CET/Geneva) Panel Session: Childhood and Schooling Beyond the Western Horizon Encounters with Memories, Matter, and More-than-Human Worlds

Chair: Iveta Silova (EB & SF), Arizona State University

Presenters: AnuJieyu Jiang, Arizona State University Sachdev, East Stroudsburg University; Janna Goebel, Arizona State University; Iveta Silova, Arizona State University; Ann Nielsen, Arizona State University; Keti Tsotniashvili, Arizona State University; Dilraba Anayatova, Arizona State University

Zoom Room 113

16:15 – 17:45 (EST/Washington D.C.) / 22:15-23:45 (CET/Geneva)

Panel Session: Education and marginalization

Chair: Rui Su (UP), UNESCO-ICHEI

Zoom Room 103
19:45 – 21:15 (EST/Washington D.C) / 13:45 – 15:15 (CET/Geneva) Panel Session: Quality and Equity in reforming higher education programmes

Chair: Shuangmiao Han, Zhejiang University

Presenters: Emon Nandi, Tata Institute of Social Sciences; Jun Teng (EB), Beijing Normal University; Pan Qiujing, Yamanashi Gakuin University; Charles Mathies, Old Dominion University

Zoom Room 112

Saturday, 18 February 2023

10:30 – 16:30  EST/Washington D.C

Pre-conference Workshop: Introduction to the large-scale assessment study, the Regional Comparative and
Explanatory Study (ERCE 2019) with R.

Workshop Organiser: Carlos Cayuman (UP), UNESCO Santiago

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Renwick
17:30 – 19:00  EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Responding to CIES 2023 Theme: Voices from Emerging Scholars

Presenter: Sobhi Tawil (UP), Futures of Learning and Innovation

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution Ballroom

Sunday, 19 February 2023

9:45 – 11:15 EST/Washington D.C  Panel Session: Educating for inclusion beyond the pandemic: Digitalization, distance education and the teaching profession in Central Asia

Chair: Emma Sabzalieva (UP), IESALC

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B),
Declaration B

14:45 – 16:15 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: The World Yearbook of Education 2023: Racialization and Resistance

Chairs: Monisha Bajaj, University of San Francisco; Janelle Scott, UC Berkeley

Presenters: Salim Vally, University of Johannesburg; Denisha Jones; Jeana E Morrison, Albion College; OiYan Poon, The Spencer Foundation; Krystal Strong, Rutgers University; Christiana Kallon Kelly, University of Pennsylvania; Roozbeh Shirazi, University of Minnesota; Antoni Verger Planells (CC), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Arathi Sriprakash (SF), University of Bristol; Sharon Walker, University of Bristol

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Arlington

16:45 – 18:15 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Education Reforms in Latin America: conditions for emergency, discourses, and actors in contemporary governance transformations

Chair: Alejandro Caravaca, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Presenters: Rocio Fernandez Ugalde, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge; Ivan Matovich (NM), CIPPEC; Tomas Esper (NM), Columbia University Teacher College; Edgar Quilabert, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Mauro C Moschetti, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; D. Brent Edwards, University of Hawaii; Alejandro Caravaca, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Patricia Grillet, University of Hawaii; Rebecca Tarlau, The Pennsylvania State University.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Cherry Blossom Boardroom

16:45 – 18:15 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Understanding the interrelated factors of gender and social norms to reduce school related gender based violence for safe, equitable education

Chair: Joanna Herat (UP),Health and Education

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Cherry Blossom Boardroom

18:30 – 20:00 EST/Washington D.C Panel Session: Private Philanthropy, Partnerships and the Public Good: Exploring the Role of Standardization and Instrumentation in the Global Education Industry

Chair: Janaan O Farhat, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research

Presenters: Vehbi Emre Tandogan, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research; Natasha Ridge (CC), Al Qasimi Foundation; Natasha Mansur, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Declaration B

18:30 – 20:00 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: The trajectory, instrumentation and enactment of global education reform: Analyses of ‘school autonomy with accountability’ reforms in different settings

Chair: Antoni Verger Planells (CC)

Presenters: Edgar Quilabert, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Antoni Verger Planells (CC), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Mauro C Moschetti, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Laura Mentini, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Lluís Parcerisa, University of Barcelona; Marcel Pagès, University of Girona; Tore Bernt Sorensen, Hertie School – The University of Governance in Berlin

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Franklin Square

Monday, 20 February 2023

14:45 – 16:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Highlighted Session: The Role of Non-State Actors in Education in South Asia: A panel discussion on the GEM South Asia Regional Report

Chair: Priyadarshani Joshi, UNESCO

Presenters: Prachi Srivastava (SF), University of Western Ontario; Priyadarshani Joshi, UNESCO; Baela R Jamil, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA); Amita Chudgar, Michigan State University; Dhir Jhingran, Language and Learning Foundation; M. Najeeb Shafiq, University of Pittsburgh

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Lafayette Park

16:45 – 18:15 (EST/Washington D.C) Panel Session: Teacher Education and Comparative and International Education: Exploring the Symbiotic Relationship between Two Scholarly Fields

Chair: Florin D Salajan, North Dakota State University; Tavis D Jules (SF), Loyola University Chicago

Presenters: Yiting Chu, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Yuqing Hou, UCLA; Crystal Green, HundrED.org; Greg Tyrosvoutis, TeacherFOCUS; William Gray Rinehart, Mote Oo Education

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Wilson

16:45 – 18:15 (EST/Washington D.C) Panel Session: Launch of the 2024 GEM Report concept note on school and education leadership

Chair: Manos Antoninis (UP), Global Education Monitoring Report

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution A

Tuesday, 21 February 2023

9:30 – 11:00 EST/Washington D.C Panel Session: The Role of Higher Education in Climate Justice

Chair: Tristan Mccowan, University College London

Presenters: Palesa Molebatsi, Wits University; Lorena Sanchez Tyson, University College London; Salomão Antônio Mufarrej Hage, UFPA; Tristan Mccowan, University College London; Iveta Silova (EB & SF), Arizona State University

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Penn Quarter A

9:30 – 11:00 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Teachers’ Unions, Educator Organizing, and Global Struggles for Educational Justice

Chair: Rebecca Tarlau, The Pennsylvania State University

Presenters: Mihajla Gavin, University of Technology Sydney; Lluís Parcerisa, University of Barcelona; Antoni Verger Planells (CC), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Dalila Andrade Oliveira, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Rebecca Tarlau, The Pennsylvania State University; Gary Anderson, NYU

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Arlington

9:30 – 11:00 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Education and the Making of Democracy: Attitudes, Perceptions, Tensions, and Educational Imaginaries

Chair: Assaf Meshulam, Ben Gurion University of The Negev

Presenters: Jesper Eckhardt Larsen, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences; Irina V. Golubeva, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Adam M Holden, UMBC; Richard Arnold, Loyola University Chicago; Tavis D Jules (SF), Loyola University Chicago; Marta Estellés, The University of Waikato; Gustavo E Fischman, Arizona State University; Bradley Levinson, Indiana University – Bloomington

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Bulfinch

9:30 – 11:00 EST/Washington D.C

Book Launch: Immigration, integration and education. Children of immigrants in France and England

Presenter: Oakleigh Welply, Durham University

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Lincoln Boardroom

14:45 – 16:15 EST/Washington D.C Panel Session: Presidential Invited Session: Learning from Black Lives Matter: Racial Capitalism and Reparative Justice in Comparative and International Education

Chair: Sharon Walker, University of Bristol

Presenters: Arathi Sriprakash (SF), University of Bristol; Krystal Strong, Rutgers University; Amelia Simone Herbert, Rutgers University – Newark; Tyler J Hook, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution A

14:45 – 16:15 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: New Modalities of Learning: Unpacking Access, Literacy and Socio-economic Choices in Education

Chair: Amogh Basavaraj, FSU

Presenters: Angeline Dharmaraj Savicks, University of Portsmouth; Rafsan Mahmud, Bangladesh Open University; Prachi Srivastava (SF), University of Western Ontario; Nathan Tsz Tan Lau; Minha Khan

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Tiber Creek A

16:45 – 18:15 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Systemic Educational Improvement: New comparative theoretical debates and empirical findings

Chair: Axel Rivas, Universidad de San Andrés

Presenters: Jun Li, Western University; Melanie Ehren, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Axel Rivas, Universidad de San Andrés; Antoni Verger Planells (CC), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Tiber Creek A

16:45 – 18:15 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: National SDG 4 benchmarks: a formative tool for progress towards 2030
Chair: Manos Antoninis (UP), Global Education Monitoring Report

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution A

18:30 – 20:00 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: An Ed-Tech Tragedy? Revisiting the equity promises of Ed-Tech in the time of Covid-19

Presenters: Sobhi Tawil (UP), Futures of Learning and Innovation; Mark West (UP), Futures of Learning and Innovation

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution A

18:30 – 20:00 EST/Washington D.C

Panel Session: Improving data coordination and data standards for forcibly displaced populations

Chair: Bindu Sunny (UP)

Presenters: Artur Borkowski (UP)

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution
Level (3B), Constitution D

Wednesday,  22 February 2023

8:00 – 8:40 (EST/Washington D.C)

Book launch: Learning inequalities and educational policies in Latin America and the Caribbean

Chair: Carlos Cayuman (UP), UNESCO Santiago

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (1B), Lincoln Boardroom

8:00 – 9:30 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Comparative Higher Education and the Populist Turn: Crises, Conflict, Coloniality and Capitalism in Turkish, British and Hungarian Universities

Chair: Simina Dragos, University of Cambridge

Presenters: Michele Martini, University of Cambridge; Susan Lee Robertson, University of Cambridge; Zahra Jafarova, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education; Elizabeth Buckner, University of Toronto OISE; Mario Novelli (CC), University of Sussex

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Farragut Square

9:45 – 11:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Equity Issues and Quality Concerns in HEIs

Chair: Emma Sabzalieva (UP), IESALC

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B),
Independence B

9:45 – 11:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Leaving no one behind: ensuring equitable finance for all children to learn

Chair: Manos Antoninis (UP),Global Education Monitoring Report

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B),
Constitution C

9:45 – 11:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Transforming education by delivering foundational learning for all in Africa

Chair: Josephine Lutta Kiyenje (UP), Global Education Monitoring Report

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B),
Washington Boardroom

13:30 – 15:00 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Childhood and Youth in Sustainability, Environment, and Climate Change Education

Chair: Carol O’Donnell, Smithsonian Institution – Smithsonian Science Education Center

Presenters: Sabine Krause, University of Innsbruck; Michelle Proyer, University of Vienna; Keti Tsotniashvili, Arizona State University; Iveta Silova (EB & SF), Arizona State University; Garine Palandjian, Arizona State University; Ketevan Chachkhiani, Arizona State University; Dilraba Anayatova, Arizona State University; Setrag Hovsepian, Arizona State University; Heidi L Gibson, Smithsonian Institution – Smithsonian Science Education Center; Katherine Pedersen Blanchard, Smithsonian Institution – Smithsonian Science Education Center; Jacqueline Kolb, Smithsonian Institution; Carol O’Donnell, Smithsonian Institution – Smithsonian Science Education Center; Maureen K Porter, The University Of Pittsburgh School of Education.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Franklin Square

13:30 – 15:00 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Towards greater inclusion of refugees in education systems and standardization of refugee education data

Chair: Artur Borkowski (UP), Education 2030

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B),
Independence I

13:30 – 15:00 (EST/Washington D.C)

In Highlighted Session: Belonging beyond borders: comparative studies of refugee identities and well-being

Chair: Melissa Hauber-Özer, University of Missouri – Columbia

Presentation: The Ambiguous Purpose of a Fragile Promise: Refugee Teacher Professional Development and Motivation in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

Presentaters: Chris J Henderson, Teachers College, Columbia University; Jisun Jeong, American University – School of Education

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B),
Independence I

14:45 – 16:15 (EST/Washington D.C)

Panel Session: Highlighted Session: Global Education during the climate crisis: opportunities and solutions from research, practice, and transnational collaboration

Chair: Matthew I. Aruch, Earth Day Organization

Presenters: Iveta Silova (EB & SF), Arizona State University; Ann Nielsen, Arizona State University; Matthew I. Aruch, Earth Day Organization; Radhika Iyengar, Columbia University – Earth Institute

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Declaration Level (1B), Declaration B

15:15 – 16:45 (EST/Washington D.C) Panel Session: To reverse or not reverse: Educational policy-making, path dependency, and the question of (ir)reversibility

Chair: Barbara Schulte, University of Vienna

Presenters: Ece Cihan Ertem, University of Vienna; Barbara Schulte, University of Vienna; Alessandra Dieudé, University of South-Eastern Norway; Tine Sophie Prøitz, University of South-Eastern Norway; Cristina Alarcon Lopez, University of Vienna; Antoni Verger Planells (CC), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Constitution Level (3B), Constitution E

15:15 – 16:45 (EST/Washington D.C) In Paper Session: Equity in School Outcomes through Practice

Presentation: The imperative for inclusion: Why teachers must be at the center of well being policy and programming

Presenters: Samaya Mansour, Columbia University Teachers College; Chris J Henderson, Teachers College, Columbia University

Grand Hyatt Washington, Floor: Independence Level (5B), Independence F

In this list, we highlight sessions in which NORRAG members or affiliates have indicated their participation as presenters, chairs and discussants. It has been reproduced from the CIES 2023 preliminary programme is available through the conference website.

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