Chile is known worldwide as a Neoliberal laboratory, and this book opens the door to the subjectivities within that space in education. For example, the idea that better parents are the ones who pay for their children’s schools; or that admission tests applied by selective schools speaks of education quality and enhances parents’ merit.
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CR&DALL Seminar Series 2022-23: Effort, fears and hopes of Chilean families in the educational market – Book Launch
Due to extended migration, especially since 2015, Greek society is facing new challenges arising from the different social and educational needs of heterogeneous groups with migration or refugee experiences. In this presentation, Dr Kitsiou will focus on (second) language teaching as a critical and creative way that can provide opportunities for intercultural dialogue, linguistic justice, socialisation, empowerment and subjective well-being for all stakeholders involved.
Please find featured below and attached the April 2023 edition of the Australian Journal of Adult Learning.
One should applaud the University of Malta UNESCO Chair on Global Adult Education and the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) that they took up the initiative to bring CONVERGENCE - AN INTERNATIONAL ADULT EDUCATION JOURNAL back to life in 2022. It had been published ever since the late 1960s, and stopped for about a decade.
The Commonwealth Consortium for Education (CCfE) was established by a group of Commonwealth NGOs, to coordinate their efforts on behalf of Commonwealth education, to stimulate more coherence in their work and to provide a collective mechanism for interaction with ministries and official Commonwealth organisations. Featured below and attached is their calendar for 2023.