Tag Archives: Office of International Studies in Education

Research in Progress: Amita Chudgar

Research in Progress: Amita Chudgar

Topic: “Inequality in Teacher Distribution Cross-nationally: What do we know, why is it important?” Speaker: Associate Professor Amita Chudgar According to UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), in the next 14 years, 68.8 million teachers will have to be recruited to provide every child with primary and secondary education. Unfortunately teacher shortage is not the only… Read More »

Preparing for & Engaging in International Research: Doctoral Student Panel

Please join the Office of International Studies in Education for the second brown bag in their fall 2017 series about international research. At this talk, a panel of doctoral students from the College of Education will share their experiences in preparing for and conducting research in different international contexts.  This is a great opportunity for… Read More »