The Global Search for Education: Bridging the Gap Between Researchers and Teachers
Oct17

The Global Search for Education: Bridging the Gap Between Researchers and Teachers

“Education at its core is ‘social work’, meaning that growth, learning, and change happens between and among human beings when they interact with one another.” — Alan Daly “Education at its core is social work”, says Alan Daly, meaning that “growth, learning, and change happens between and among human beings when they interact with one another.” And, in the context of a rapidly changing global knowledge society, Daly believes...

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The Global Search for Education: On the Road to 2030 Our Planet Made a Plan
Oct05

The Global Search for Education: On the Road to 2030 Our Planet Made a Plan

“The SDGs are a shared vision of humanity – they are the missing (vision) piece of our globalisation puzzle!” — Thomas Gass In September 2015, 193 countries signed up to support the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals for our planet and the people that live on it. The all-encompassing plan included promises to end poverty, feed everyone, create stability and peace, provide quality education and protect the future of our world. Every...

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The Global Search for Education: Let’s Talk About Racism
Oct02

The Global Search for Education: Let’s Talk About Racism

H. Richard Milner is a professor, noted researcher and expert on race in education at the University of Pittsburgh. Milner believes that “education is the key to addressing inequity and racism in society” and if we are not “working in education to combat racism, we are complicit in maintaining inequity and the status quo.” Are teachers prepared and willing to take this on? Milner notes that teachers “can struggle with tools to advance...

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