Moderator and speaker: Fernando Reimers, Ed.M.’84, Ed.D.’88, Ford Foundation Professor of Practice in International Education and director of the International Education Policy Program and of the Global Education Innovation Initiative, HGSE
- Felipe Barrera-Osorio, associate professor of education and economics
- Sarah Dryden-Peterson, Ed.D.’09, associate professor of education
- Dana McCoy, assistant professor of education
What does learning to change the world look like? In this Askwith Forum, four faculty members will individually share their perspectives in dynamic, TED Talk-style presentations.
For them, learning to change the world requires evaluating refugee education and how we prepare children globally in a variety of environments and societies; studying how public education is delivered in developing nations and the role of public-private partnerships; creating cross-cultural measures of early childhood development; and developing a set of global competencies.