Formal Education

George Head and Margaret Sutherland - International partnerships and collaborative working: easy to say but hard to do?

George Head and Margaret Sutherland recently spoke at the University of Glasgow's internationalisation conference. Below is an abstract of their paper. They would be happy to engage in discussion with subscribers, and make their full paper available.

Margaret Sutherland keynotes at "Potential Development and Gifted Education" conference in Nijmegen, 1 November 2013.

Margaret Sutherland was a Keynote speaker at the International conference, Potential Development and Gifted Education on 1 November 2013 at the Behavioural Science Institute and the Center for the Study of Giftedness, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, a partner of the University of Glasgow within the International Research Universities Network. She spoke of how countries across the globe are considering how to provide education for all.

World Access Congress Follow up

On behalf of the EAN, I would like to express a huge appreciation of everyone who took part in the first ever World Congress on Access to Post-Secondary Education in Montreal last week. We hope your participation in the congress was successful and that it led to many new contacts, exciting project ideas and partnerships.


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