Speakers

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Schedule

  • 17 September
  • 18 September
  • 19 September

Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum

Deputy Minister of Education
Ministry of Education, Ghana
Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum is the Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe Constituency and the Deputy Minister of Education in charge of General Education for the Republic of Ghana. Prior to entering parliament in 2017 he lived in Los Angeles, California where he founded the New Designs Education Group(NDEG) and served as its Chief Executive for over ten years. Through NDEG he established two charter schools serving students in grades six through twelve.
In the parliament of the a Republic of Ghana he serves on the Works and Housing Commitee and the Poverty Reduction Strategy Commitee. In addition, he serves on the Ministerial Advisory boards of the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation as well as the Ministry of Inner City and Zongo Development.
He holds a PhD in Education Policy and Administration from the University of Southern California and a Masters degree in Educational Management from University of La Verne also in California, United States . His undergraduate degree in Land Economy was completed at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana.

17 September

Nafisa Baboo

Senior Director on Inclusive Education
Light for the World
Nafisa is the Senior Director on Inclusive Education for Light for the World, an international Disability and Development organization (using the guiding principle of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, as well as the UN SDG’s) working in 19 Low- and Middle-income countries globally. She a qualified speech-language therapist and audiologist, with a Masters in Inclusive Education focused on the inclusion of blind students in regular schools.

Over the past 14 years, she has used her professional qualifications and life experience as a woman with a disability from the Global South to 1) research and advise on inclusive education policies and practices from early Childhood Development through to Higher Education; 2) advocate for the rights of children with disabilities and people with disabilities in general; and 3) train teachers, education officials and communities on aspects of inclusive education.

Nafisa has an in-depth understanding of the realities of developing countries. She is from Cape Town, South Africa and has worked in several developing and developed countries, including Burkina Faso, Macedonia, Bolivia, South Sudan, Senegal, Mozambique, Rwanda, Taiwan, Kenya, Tanzania, India and Ethiopia.

Nafisa’s personal experience and working as a therapist for children with special needs in both special and regular schools in South Africa and abroad, first sparked and shaped her later career path in inclusive education. She had the opportunity to work at a resource centre started by parents of children with disabilities and then as a national consultant in the piloting of inclusive education in South Africa, before gathering extensive international experience as a trainer, researcher and programme manager.

Nafisa is the former chair of the International Disability and Development Consortium Inclusive Education Task group.She is currently leading the very successful evidence-based advocacy campaign to increase investment in disability inclusive education.Nafisa is a recognized thought-leader in her field and has authored several prominent publications on inclusive education including:
On the GCE board, Nafisa focusses on policy work including disability-inclusive education, education finance and early childhood care and education.She is an avid user of assistive technology and keen on activating multi-sectoral collaboration with the aim of reaching the most marginalized and leaving no-one behind. She views inclusive education for children with disabilities as a means to enhance quality education for all and facilitate social cohesion.

17 September

Anna Robinson-Pant

President
BAICE
Anna Robinson-Pant is Professor of Education at the School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia. She holds the UNESCO Chair for Adult Literacy and Learning for Social Transformation, a partnership with universities in Nepal, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Malawi and Egypt. She has worked in Nepal since 1985 in training, planning and research roles, including with VSO and ActionAid. Her ethnographic research in Nepal - Why eat green cucumber at the time of dying? Exploring the link between women’s literacy and development - received the UNESCO International Award for Literacy Research in 2001.Since moving into UK higher education, she has been active in developing methodological approaches to researching across languages and cultures, and received the BMW Group Award for Intercultural Learning (Theory Category) 2007 for her contribution to this field. Her current research focuses on adult literacy, gender and sustainable development; the geopolitics of academic writing and the internationalisation of higher education. She has been actively involved in BAICE over many years, including five years as Co-Editor of Compare. She is currently on the editorial board with specific responsibility for the development of the BAICE/Compare Writing for Publication Programme.

18 September

Moses Oketch

University College London
Moses Oketch, Professor of International Education Policy and Development at the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education and Co-Director of its Centre for Education and and International Development (CEID), has published widely on the connection between the theory of human capital and implementation of policies in the areas of economics of education, education policy analysis, and impact evaluation. He has also contributed to and supported research capacity strengthening in Africa through his involvement with the African Population and Health Research Centre (APHRC) as a Senior Research Scientist and Director of Research. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Comparative and International Education Societ (CIES), and Associate Editor of International Journal of Educational Development. Professor Oketch is currently a member of the Ethiopia research team on the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE); and Higher Education and the public good in Africa.

Professor Oketch was educated in Kenya and the United States. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign.

19 September

Nidhi Singal

Professor of Disability and Inclusive Education
University of Cambridge
Nidhi Singal is Professor of Disability and Inclusive Education at the University of Cambridge. She has worked extensively with children and young people with disabilities in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Her research has examined the educational experiences of children with disabilities, the quality of teaching and learning in mainstream classrooms, and the impact of schooling. Throughout her career, she has worked closely with international donor and bilateral agencies and international non-governmental organisations assisting them in developing research projects, undertaking programme evaluations and providing evidence-based policy advice on a wide range of issues aimed at fulfilling commitments towards inclusive education. Nidhi has numerous publications, aimed at academic and policy audiences, focusing on educational inequalities, teaching and learning processes, and methodological issues in undertaking educational research with marginalised groups in the Global South.
Nidhi is Chair of the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE). She is also a Fellow of Hughes Hall (University of Cambridge) and Trustee of the Cambridge Trusts, the largest provider of funding for international students at Cambridge. Nidhi completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Applied Psychology from the University of Delhi, India.


19 September

Andria Zafirakou

In 2018, Andria Zafirakou won the Global Teacher Prize in recognition of the extraordinary contribution she has made to education in London as a teacher of arts and textiles.
Andria teaches at Alperton Community School, a secondary school academy in the inner city borough of Brent. Brent is one of the most ethnically diverse places in the country and 130 languages are spoken in its schools. Its pupils come from some of the poorest families in Britain, many sharing one house with five other families, many exposed to gang violence.
Working as an art and textiles teacher, and as a member of the senior leadership team, Andria redesigned the curriculum across all subjects from scratch – carefully working alongside other teachers – to have it resonate with her pupils. Andria’s determination to move beyond an identikit school curriculum has seen Alperton awarded the Institute of Education’s Professional Development Platinum Mark, an honour fewer than 10 British schools have ever achieved.
Thanks to her efforts, Alperton is now in the top 1 to 5% of the country in terms of qualifications and accreditations. This as a colossal achievement given how low the students’ starting points were and how rapidly they progressed during their five to seven years at the school, a point recognised by the national inspection team.

19 September

Colin Bangay

DFID
Senior Education Advisor
Colin is DFID’s senior education adviser in Sierra Leone. He has served throughout Africa and Asia as a teacher, researcher, and adviserworking for the private sector, NGO’s, multi-national and bilateral organisations.He spent two years as a lecturer at the World Bank Institute, covering issues of: quality, teacher education, decentralisation and non-state provision. His published work covers a range of topics from non-state education provision to education responses to climate change.

19 September

Ritula Shah

BBC
A self confessed "anorak" Ritula has been listening to Radio 4 ever since she can remember. She woke up with Jack de Manio and "listened with mother".

Having ignored her father's advice to become a lawyer, she graduated in History from Warwick University in 1988. Soon afterwards, she joined the Radio 4 production team based in Birmingham.
After a spell in regional TV news, she joined the Today programme. Seven years and many nightshifts later, Ritula made the short journey across London to Bush House -- where she became one of the presenters of the daily news show The World Today. She found herself presenting the programme from a variety of unlikely locations, including a building site at the back of a mosque in Tehran and under a table on a rooftop in Moscow (the only place where the equipment was protected from the snow).
Ritula is now a presenter of The World Tonight and Saturday PM - and in 2011 won Media Professional of the Year at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards

19 September

Keith Lewin

Professor Emeritus/ Chair of UKFIET Trustees
University of Sussex/ UKFIET
Professor Keith Lewin is the Professor of International Education and Development at the University of Sussex and alumnus of the Institute of Development Studies.
He founded the International Masters programme in education at Sussex and has directed the Centre for International Education for 17 years. He is a specialist in educational planning, economics and financing, teacher education, and science and technology education policy. He has experience of education systems in Sub-Saharan Africa, South and South East Asia, and China, and has published 18 books, over 150 scholarly articles papers, and has supervised 45 doctoral students. He has worked extensively with DFID, the World Bank, UNICEF, UNESCO, AusAID, the Open Society Foundations, and many national governments. He was a co-convenor of roundtables on financing education at both the Jomtien (1990) and Dakar (2000) World Conferences and was senior advisor on educational financing for expanded secondary education to the World Bank Secondary Education in Africa programme, and for Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan in India. He co-directed the collaborative Multisite Teacher Education Research Project (MUSTER) across a range of Africa countries. From 2005 to 2012 he directed the DFID supported multi-country Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE) (see www.create-rpc.org). He is a Fellow of the UK Academy of Social Sciences and a Chartered Physicist.

19 September

ACER UK

Room Sponsor

BAICE

Room Sponsor

Stephen Austin

Room Sponsor

Cambridge Education

Reception Sponsor
Join us for the book launch of
The UNICEF Education Think Piece Series:
Innovative Thinking for Complex Educational Challenges
in the SDG4 Era
Tuesday 17 September, 6.30pm
UKFIET drinks reception, New College
Drinks Reception flyer.pdf Download Link

ACER

ACER is an independent, not-for-profit, NGO providing high-quality assessments and education research services. ACER has been instrumental in the development and implementation of large-scale international assessments such as OECD’s PISA and a number of international and regional surveys for IEA. In the UK, ACER provides content for the national curriculum tests (SATs) in England and collects data on learning for research supported by EEF. ACER also works with the Scottish Government to develop and deliver the Scottish National Standardised Assessments (SNSA).

Association of Commonwealth Universities

The ACU is an international organisation dedicated to building a better world through higher education.
International collaboration is central to this ambition: by bringing universities together from around the world – and crucially the people who study and work within them – the ACU helps to advance knowledge, promote understanding, broaden minds, and improve lives.
The ACU champions higher education as a cornerstone of stronger societies, supporting its members, partners, and stakeholders as they adapt to a changing world.

BAICE

The British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018. BAICE is a diverse professional association that promotes teaching, research, policy and development in all aspects of international and comparative education. BAICE is affiliated to the World Council of Comparative Education Societies.

Membership to BAICE is open to all interested in international and comparative education, regardless of nationality or institutional affiliation. Benefits of membership include a subscription to the journal Compare.

British Council #LanguageforResilience

Across the world many millions of people have been displaced by conflict and civil unrest. Both refugees and the communities that host them recognise that issues around the acquisition of language are essential for refugees and their hosts to lead meaningful, engaged and productive lives. Language learning helps refugees and their host communities to withstand challenges, to recover from crisis, to overcome barriers – to build resilience. The British Council Language for Resilience exhibition illustrates the very tangible way that language learning can impact vulnerable people affected by conflict and displacement in some of the most challenging parts of the world.

Curriculum Foundation

We are a UK-based foundation providing curriculum-related support, advice and guidance. We work with schools, government organisations and ministries worldwide. We share our experience and expertise to develop the capacity that lies within every organisation.
Curriculum review is taking place across the world. There is widespread recognition that the curriculum of the past is inappropriate for the demands of the 21st century. The importance of knowledge is not in question, but knowledge alone is insufficient. Our young people need to become highly competent. Our World-Class Curriculum model ensures therefore, that students can develop skills and attitudes to complement their knowledge.

Education Development Trust

Education Development Trust is a not-for-profit organisation that transforms lives around the world by improving school systems at scale, and by delivering expert careers and employability services. We have been working with governments and donor agencies as well as with clusters of schools to effect and embed sustainable change for 50 years. Our specialist knowledge and our active programme of respected and authoritative research means we design and deliver effective, far-reaching solutions which are evidence-informed. We can be called upon for rapid strategic evaluation and insights through to designing and delivering longer term programmes which embed improved practices across a region or country – operating at scale with highly contextualised solutions.
We investigate ‘what works’ in the field of school improvement. Our research supports practitioners and informs policymakers around the world. All our research is available and free to download from our website.

EENET

EENET is a free-to-use information network on inclusive education, with a primary focus on low-income countries. We also provide consultancy services to NGOs, UN agencies and governments. We seek a world in which all children, young people and adults are actively participating in quality inclusive education and learning opportunities throughout their lives. To help achieve this we support a wide range of people to document and share their experiences of inclusion, equity and rights in education. We facilitate access to information, encourage critical thinking and innovation, and support influencing and collaboration.

Girls' Education Challenge

The Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) was launched by the UK’s Department for International Development in 2012 and is the largest global fund dedicated to girls’ education. Through the GEC the lives of over one million marginalised girls are being transformed through quality education and learning.
The GEC is now in its second phase (2017-2025) with 41 projects in 17 countries. GEC- Transition projects support girls to complete their current cycle of education and onto the next stage of their education.GEC Leave No Girl Behind projects support a new cohort of highly marginalised, adolescent girls who are out of school.

IDDC

The International Disability and Development Consortium is a global consortium of disability and development non-governmental organisations (NGOs), mainstream development NGOs and disabled people's organisations (DPOs) supporting disability and development work in more than 100 countries around the world.
It aims to promote rights-based disability-inclusive development and humanitarian action. IDDC’s activities are defined and run by members through thematic task groups. All groups promote the inclusion of the disability dimension in all development policy and practice, as well as appropriate disability specific approaches. There is also a focus on collaboration and sharing of experience on policy and practice, and learning exchange.

IIEP UNESCO

‘Planning education, building the future.’ The UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP-UNESCO) supports countries worldwide in effectively planning and managing their education systems. IIEP’s integrated approach to capacity development combines training, research, knowledge production and sharing, and in-country technical cooperation. All of these areas build on each other and are core components for making fundamental changes when building better education systems. At UKFIET 2019, learn about our work on strengthening inclusive education systems, our Learning Portal, and more. We also look forward to meeting you at the IIEP exhibit tablewhere you can find our latest publications!

Keeping Children Safe

Every day, in every country, children are abused, beaten, raped and more. Too often, the abuser is someone in an organisation that’s meant to help and protect children.  An adult the child trusts.

Keeping Children Safe is an independent not-for-profit, setting tough International Child Safeguarding Standards that ensure that all organisations working directly for and with children do all they can to protect them from abusers.

From self-assessment and high-quality audits, to investigations, case audits and KCS certification, we are here to help your organisation get a better oversight of where it currently is with regards to child safeguarding, and what skills still need to be developed.

Stephen Austin

We look forward to meeting conference delegates to demonstrate how Stephen Austin are supporting inclusive quality education to realise the SDG4 goals, through:Item banking and E-authoring technology – to create high-quality exam content securely and efficiently.
Secure print and distribution of high-stakes examinations – to deliver fair and valid assessment outcomes.
Data analysis and reporting services – to provide Ministers of Education and key stake holders with the tools to measure and monitor education performance, and so drive school improvement.

VSO

VSO is the world’s leading international development organisation that fights poverty through the lasting power of volunteers. Across the world millions of children are denied their right to a quality education, which could help them escape poverty. VSO volunteers support education programmes in 17 developing countries, ensuring that every child has access to quality education.
Using our unique volunteering for development approach we bring thousands of people together to generate insights, ideas and, above all, action on poverty and exclusion.
The communities we work in need people like you – experienced education professionals - with the ideas, energy and courage to make a difference.

General Registration

08:15 AM 09:00 AM Main Entrance Hall, Examination Schools

Plenary Session

Welcome and Opening Plenary

09:00 AM 11:00 AM South School and East School

The Journey to Inclusive Education; the Ghanaian Story
Hon. Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum,
Deputy Minister for Education in Ghana

‘Inclusive education – lost in translation’
Nafisa Baboo,
Senior Director on Inclusive Education for Light for the World
Chair: Freda Wolfenden, Chair of Executive Committee

Speakers

Coffee

11:00 AM 11:30 AM North School and Quod Marquee

Future Directions

Inclusive education for children with disabilities and the Global Partnership for Education

11:30 AM 01:00 PM South School

Symposium
Inclusive education for children with disabilities and the Global Partnership for Education
Stuart Cameron, Global Partnership for Education
Friedrich Huebler, UNESCO Institute for Statistics
Maria Qureshi, Global Partnership for Education
Alemayehu Woldekirkos Woldetsadik,
Ministry of Education
Julia McGeown, Humanity & Inclusion (HI)
Nooruddin Shah, Global Partnership for Education

DISCUSSANT: Nidhi Singal
CHAIR: Tony McAleavy
617_Inclusive education for children with disabilities and the Global Partnership for Education.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

From the foundations up: learning for all in Rwanda

11:30 AM 01:00 PM East School

Symposium
From the foundations up: learning for all in Rwanda
Vanessa Komiliades, British Council
Jean-Pierre Mugiraneza, Education Development Trust
Chantal Uwiragiye, Education Development Trust
Damien Gregory, VSO International

DISCUSSANT: Helen Pinnock
CHAIR: Anna Searle
290_From the foundations up- learning for all in Rwanda.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

The Future of educational access for marginalised groups

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 1

Paper
Early Childhood Education (ECE) as a Building Block for Inclusive Education Systems
Janice Kim, University of Cambridge

Paper
Increasingly Inclusive: Bangladesh’s Four Primary Education Development Programmes
Mike Douse, Freelance International Educational Consultant
See Mike's blog related to this paper
Paper
“A sustainable education pathway for out-of-school children in Ethiopia and Uganda”
Joshua Muskin, Geneva Global International
Abel Kassahun, Geneva Global - Ethiopia
Rebecca Ecwou, Geneva Global - Uganda
Milton Mutto, Pincer Group
See the blog related to this paper
CHAIR: Asayo Ohba
133_A sustainable education pathway for out-of-school children in Ethiopia and Uganda.pdf Download Link
33_Increasingly Inclusive- Bangladeshs Four Primary Education Development Programmes.pdf Download Link
589_Early Childhood Education as a Building Block for Inclusive Education Systems.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Co-creating a curriculum with young people: a step towards inclusivity in education

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 6

Co-creating a curriculum with young people: a step towards inclusivity in education

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See the blog related to the session

Marina Todesco, Maastricht University



160_Co-creating a curriculum with young people- a step towards inclusivity in education.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Primary school is too late! How early years interventions are critical to a fully inclusive and equitable education system

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Symposium
Primary school is too late! How early years interventions are critical to a fully inclusive and equitable education system
Laura McInerney, Cambridge Education
Kate Martin, Cambridge Education
Lucy Palmer, Cambridge Education

DISCUSSANT: Lucy Palmer
CHAIR: Peter Colenso
236_Primary school is too late.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Higher education, inequalities and the public good in Africa

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 8

Symposium
Higher education, inequalities and the public good in Africa
Elaine Unterhalter, UCL Institute of Education
Stephanie Allais, University of the Witwatersrand
Colleen Howell, University College London
Tristan McCowan, UCL IoE
Palesa Molebatsi, School of Education, University of Witwatersrand
Mthobisi Ndaba, University of the Witwatersrand

CHAIR: Amir Jones
562_Higher education, inequalities and the public good in Africa.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

What works to support girls' education

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

Quick Fire
Developing the skills of peer group leaders in girls education.
Liana Hyde, British Council

Quick Fire
Strengthening STEM education in Northern Uganda
Lesley Waller, Africa Educational Trust

Quick Fire
Improving education for girls through teacher coaching: Girls’ Education Challenge, Kenya
Mark Rotich, Education Development Trust

Quick Fire
Local Education Support in Afghanistan: Strategies from the Field
Qurban Ali Waezi, Aga Khan Foundation
Sulaiman Aminy, Aga Khan Foundation
Atiqullah Ludin, Aga Khan Foundation

Quick Fire
Addressing Intersectionality in System Development in Somalia
Abdifarhan Gure, CARE

CHAIR: Sharon Tao
180_Local Education Support in Afghanistan.pdf Download Link
338_Addressing Intersectionality in System Development in Somalia.pdf Download Link
360_Developing the skills of peer group leaders in girls education..pdf Download Link
486_Strengthening STEM education in Northern Uganda.pdf Download Link
602_Improving education for girls through teacher coaching.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Perspectives on the implementation and politics of Teaching at the Right Level

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 10

Symposium
Perspectives on the implementation and politics of Teaching at the Right Level
Yamini Aiyar, Centre for Policy Research/RISE
Rukmini Banerji, Pratham Education Foundation/RISE
Abhijeet Singh, Stockholm School of Economics/RISE

DISCUSSANT: Matthew Jukes
CHAIR:  Charlotte Jones
593_Perspectives on the implementation and politics of Teaching at the Right Level.pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

Inclusive TVET in Times of Rapid Change and Disruptive Technologies

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Symposium
Inclusive TVET in Times of Rapid Change and Disruptive Technologies
Mr. Sungsup Ra - Asian Development Bank
Mr. DILIP CHENOY - Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Ms. Shanti Jagannathan - Asian Development Bank
Mr. Rupert Maclean - The University of Hong Kong
Prof. Thomas Shroeder - TU Dortmund


DISCUSSANT: Elizabeth Stuart
CHAIR: Patrick Montjouridès
UKFIET ADB panel session description 10 Sep Conference Flyer_.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Aid Financing, Fallacies and Futures beyond 2020

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 14

Symposium
Aid Financing, Fallacies andFutures beyond 2020
Keith Lewin, Centre for International Education, University of Sussex
Stephen Heyneman, Vanderbilt University
Moses Oketch, Institute of Education - UCL
Karen Mundy, University of Toronto
Nicholas Burnett, Results for Development Institute

See Keith Lewin's blog related to this symposium

DISCUSSANT: Karen Mundy
CHAIR: Kwame Akyeampong
251_Aid Financing, Fallacies and Futures beyond 2020.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Teacher development in conflict settings

11:30 AM 01:00 PM Room 15

Paper
Teachers of Jordan: Findings from the National Teacher Survey, 2018
Ghalia Ghawi, Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development
AbuMallouh Hafs, Ministry of Education

Paper
How to Best Explain Teachers’ Working Conditions in Protracted Crises? Project Evaluations vs. Cultural Political Economy
Cyril Brandt, Independent Consultant


Paper
Designing a Teacher Professional Development Programme in Conflict-Affected Southern Thailand
Chawin Pongpajon, Chulalongkorn University

Paper
A Comparative Longitudinal Study of the schooling experience of refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, Germany, and Australia.
Maha Shuayb, Centre for Lebanese Studies, Lebanese American University

CHAIR: Ruth Naylor
101_A Comparative Longitudinal Study of the schooling experience of refugees in Lebanon, Turkey, Germany, and Australia.pdf Download Link
253_Designing a Teacher Professional Development Programme in Conflict-Affected Southern Thailand.pdf Download Link
275_Teachers of Jordan- Findings from the National Teacher Survey, 2018.pdf Download Link
458_How to best explain teachers’ working conditions in protracted crises.pdf Download Link

Lunch

01:00 PM 02:00 PM North School and Quod Marquee

Future Directions

Developing Responsive Models of Early Childhood Care and Education: key issues and critical debates

02:00 PM 03:30 PM South School

Symposium
Developing Responsive Models of Early Childhood Care and Education: key issues and critical debates
Jyotsna Jha, Centre for Budget and Policy Studies
Ben Alcott, University of Cambridge
Wilima Wadhwa, ASER
Maithreyi R, Centre for Budget and Policy Studies

DISCUSSANT: Arathi Sriprakash
CHAIR: Arath Sripakash
105_Developing Responsive Models of Early Childhood Care and Education.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Finance for inclusive and equitable early learning: Lessons from Pakistan, Ethiopia, Liberia, and Tanzania

02:00 PM 03:30 PM East School

Symposium
Finance for inclusive and equitable early learning: Lessons from Pakistan, Ethiopia, Liberia, and Tanzania
Joanna Härmä, Centre for International Education, University of Sussex
Tassew Woldehanna, Addis Ababa University
Baela Raza Jamil,
ITA/Annual Status of Education Report Pakistan
Bidemi Carrol, RTI

DISCUSSANT: Amy Potter
CHAIR:  Ruth Naylor
370_Finance for inclusive and equitable early learning.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

Embedding and accessing skills within reformed curricula

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 1

Paper
What are the implications of Kenya’s curriculum reform for unrecognised primary schools in urban slums?
Asayo Ohba, Teikyo University

Paper
Embedding Social and Emotional Learning across the Curriculum in South Sudan
Narinderjit Gill, The Curriculum Foundation

Paper
How should learning be assessed in systems that aim to be inclusive?
Angela Little, UCL Institute of Education
See Angela's blog related to this paper

CHAIR: Stuart Cameron
185_What are the implications of Kenya’s curriculum reform for unrecognised primary schools in urban slums.pdf Download Link
250_How should learning be assessed in systems that aim to be inclusive.pdf Download Link
324_Embedding Social and Emotional Learning across the Curriculum in South Sudan.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Literacy for All: How to Use Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to Promote Literacy Skills for Students with Disabilities

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 6

Literacy for All: How to Use Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to Promote Literacy Skills for Students with Disabilities

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Booking opens 13 September
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Anne Hayes, International Inclusive Education Consultant/Lead Author
Ann Turnbull, University of Kansas
581_Literacy for All-How to Use Universal Design .pdf Download Link
Education Financing

How GPE’s approach to education financing and new funding mechanisms are designed to improve learning outcomes for all

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Symposium
How GPE’s approach to education financing and new funding mechanisms are designed to improve learning outcomes for all
Ian Macpherson, Global Partnership for Education (GPE)
Tricia Wind, IRDC
Lars Udsholt, Oxfam IBIS

DISCUSSANT: David Archer
CHAIR: Moses Oketch
639_How GPE’s approach to education financing and new funding mechanisms are designed to improve learning outcomes for all.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Early Childhood Development

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 8

Paper
Sustaining changes in parents and caregivers attitudes and behaviour: evidence from First Steps Early Child Development Intervention in Rwanda
Richard Germond, Save the Children UK
Diane Uwamohoro, Save the Children Rwanda

Paper
Getting it right from the start: the importance of recognising the need for, and resourcing of, quality language interventions for profoundly deaf children starting school.
Lorraine Wapling, University College London

Quick Fire
Problematizing inclusive education systems: a case of subverted inclusion in Kenyan early grade multilingual classrooms
Susan Nyaga-Anzuruni, SIL Africa

CHAIR: Paul Lynch
193_Getting it right from the start.pdf Download Link
321_Problematizing inclusive education systems- a case of subverted inclusion .pdf Download Link
568_Sustaining changes in parents and caregivers attitudes and behaviour.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Inclusive Education Initiative: What opportunities lie ahead to strengthen disability-inclusive education?

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

Inclusive Education Initiative: What opportunities lie ahead to strengthen disability-inclusive education?
Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust
Nidhi Singal, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
Charlotte McClain Nhlapo, World Bank Group

DISCUSSANT: Nafisa Baboo
CHAIR: Susy Ndaruhutse
134_Inclusive Education Initiative- What opportunities lie ahead to strengthen disability-inclusive education.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Rhetoric vs. reality

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 10

Paper
Education for All: from Rhetoric to Reality
Sally Rosscornes, Girls' Education Challenge Fund Manager - PWC

Paper
Strengthening inclusive education systems through inclusive research practice: The case of Ethiopia
Stephanie Bengtsson, UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning
Helen West, Education Development Trust

Paper
Putting marginalised voices first: maximising the benefit from the global educational initiatives for inclusion
Tigist Grieve, University of Bristol

CHAIR: Lizzi Milligan
409_Strengthening inclusive education systems through inclusive research practice.pdf Download Link
508_Education for All- from Rhetoric to Reality.pdf Download Link
531_Putting marginalised voices first.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

Overlooked agendas: Commonwealth comparative advantage in Education 60 years on

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Symposium
Overlooked agendas: Commonwealth comparative advantage in Education 60 years on
Keith Lewin, University of Sussex
Michael Crossley, University of Bristol
Kenneth King, University of Edinburgh
Pauline Rose, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

DISCUSSANT: Beth Kreling
CHAIR: Peter Williams
431_Overlooked agendas.pdf Download Link
431_Staying Relevant Commonwealth Education at 60.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Donor Alignment and Global Partnership

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 14

Paper
Free Quality School Education in Sierra Leone: enhancing domestic financing for education and increasing the alignment of donor funds
Albert Dupigny, Ministry of Education
Alhaji Kamara, Ministry of Education

Paper
From alignment to accountability: developing a framework for how pooled funding mechanisms can finance the development of inclusive education systems
Fergal Turner, Itad
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Paper
Rethinking Partnerships for Equitable Education Systems in the Pacific Islands Region
Michelle Belisle, Educational Quality and Assessment Programme

CHAIR: Nicholas Burnett
323_Free Quality School Education in Sierra Leone.pdf Download Link
492_From alignment to accountability.pdf Download Link
604_Rethinking Partnerships for Equitable Education Systems in the Pacific Islands Region.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Politics and education Systems in crisis

02:00 PM 03:30 PM Room 15

Paper
Politicisation of evidence: Education planning and practice as a political technology in Syria
Tomoya Sonoda, Institute of Education - UCL

Paper
Researching Education in Conflict Contexts: Political & Methodological Issues
Mario Novelli, University of Sussex

Paper
Don’t forget the boring stuff: How education governance work builds system resilience
Jemima Morrow, Cambridge Education

CHAIR:  Alan Smith
190_Politicisation of evidence.pdf Download Link
219_Dont forget the boring stuff.pdf Download Link
465_Researching Education in Conflict Contexts.pdf Download Link

Tea

03:30 PM 04:00 PM North School and Quod Marquee

Future Directions

Struggles for inclusion: spatial analyses of education in Africa

04:00 PM 05:30 PM South School

Symposium
Struggles for inclusion: spatial analyses of education in Africa
Mairead Dunne, CIE, University of Sussex
Barbara Crossouard, CIE, University of Sussex
Agness Mumba, CIE
Jennifer Agbaire, CIE, University of Sussex
Eva Bulgrin, CIE
Daniella Rabino, CIE

DISCUSSANT: Leon Tikly
CHAIR: Michael Crossley
614_Struggles for inclusion-spatial analyses of education in Africa.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Theories and analytical frameworks in education, conflict and peacebuilding

04:00 PM 05:30 PM East School

Symposium
Theories and analytical frameworks in education, conflict and peacebuilding
Tejendra Pherali, Institute of Education - UCL
Kelsey Shanks, University of Ulster
Dana Burde, New York University
Arran Magee, University College London

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DISCUSSANT:  Mario Novelli
CHAIR:  Cyril Brandt
344_Theories and analytical frameworks in education, conflict and peacebuilding.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

Understanding exclusion through disability lense

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 1

Paper
Creating effective learning environments for children with Cerebral Palsy in inclusive rural South African contexts
Susan Thuketana, University of Pretoria

Paper
The potential and possibilities of understanding educational exclusion through disaggregated data: case of using the Washington Group, Child Functioning Module, in Pakistan
Meghna Nag-Chowdhuri, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

Paper
Disability, inclusive education and international development: meeting the challenge of Agenda 2030 in sub-Saharan Africa
Guy Le Fanu, Sightsavers

CHAIR: Ricardo Sabates
110_Creating effective learning environments for children with Cerebral Palsy in inclusive rural South African contexts.pdf Download Link
310_The potential and possibilities of understanding educational exclusion through disaggregated data.pdf Download Link
529_Disability, inclusive education and international development.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Cost Capture and how to use in cost effectiveness analysis for effective and inclusive education policy

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 6

Cost Capture and how to Use it in Cost Effectiveness Analysis for Effective and Inclusive Education Policy

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Laura Savage, DFID
Radhika Bhula, The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL at MIT)
Rachel Glennerster, DFID
590_Cost Capture and how to Use it in Cost Effectiveness Analysis for Effective and Inclusive Education Policy.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Gender and Inclusion

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Paper
Inclusive ways of knowing? Problematising the relationship between inclusive research and the design of inclusive education through a case study of storytelling-research with out-of-school girls in Zimbabwe
Alison Buckler, The Open University

Paper
Persistent gender inequality in adolescents’ socio-emotional skills development: Empirical findings from Peru, Vietnam, India and Ethiopia
Ingrid Sanchez Tapia, UNICEF, HQ

Quick Fire
ALIGN project experiences: tackling gender norms through the Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) Fund
Isobella Di Paolo, Coffey International Development

Quick Fire
Designing, implementing, and learning from a mixed-methods randomized controlled trial ofan education program in Kakuma refugee camp
Timothy Kinoti, World University Services of Canada

CHAIR: Rachel Booth
264_Designing, implementing, and learning from a mixed-methods randomized controlled trial of an education program in Kakuma refugee camp.pdf Download Link
547_ALIGN project experiences.pdf Download Link
607_Inclusive ways of knowing.pdf Download Link
611_Persistent gender inequality in adolescents’ socio-emotional skills development.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

Diverse approaches to inclusive learning

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 8

Paper
Scaling education innovation: a pathway to inclusive education systems in Nigeria?
Utibe Henshaw, The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre

Paper
Principles for collaborative learning at a time of superdiversity
Burcu Evren, University of East Anglia
Chris Millora, University of East Anglia
Roshan Dykes, New Routes

Quick Fire
How play and holistic learning can equip all children for the future
Rachel Parker, Australian Council for Educational Research

Quick Fire
Building a Successful Deaf Education Program in a Challenging Environment
Richard Geary, Family Educational Services Foundation
Afzan Munir, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Agahi (ITA)


CHAIR: Elizabeth Walton
217_Building a Successful Deaf Education Program in a Challenging Environment.pdf Download Link
247_Principles for collaborative learning at a time of superdiversity.pdf Download Link
343_How play and holistic learning can equip all children for the future.pdf Download Link
605_Scaling education innovation-a pathway to inclusive education systems in Nigeria.pdf Download Link
Workshop

The non-state sector and the provision of inclusive education

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

The Non-State sector and the Provision of Inclusive Education:Programmes, Partnerships and Potential

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Aashti Zaidi, Global Schools Forum
Peter Colenso, Independent Consultant
603_The Non-State sector and the Provision of Inclusive Education.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Innovative practices to support teachers

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 10

Paper
Monitoring teaching quality to improve education for all
Colin Penfold, Education Development Trust
Helen West, Education Development Trust

Paper
How and why does coaching work to improve teaching practices in the EGRS2? An examination of causal mechanisms
Kaitlin Alsofrom, Division of Education Leadership, Policy and Skills, School of Education, University of Witwatersrand

Quick Fire
Teacher collaborative learning: what district coaches need to know about effective communities of practice
Donvan Amenya, Education Development Trust
Serena Rossignoli, Education Development Trust

Quick Fire
Lessons about capacity development and teacher intrinsic motivation at scale: findings from a ‘Learning Partner’ evaluation in Delhi
Emma Gibbs, Education Development Trust

CHAIR: Eric Ananga
404_Teacher collaborative learning.pdf Download Link
500_How and why does coaching work to improve teaching practices in the EGRS2.pdf Download Link
574_Lessons about capacity development and teacher intrinsic motivation at scale.pdf Download Link
579_Monitoring teaching quality to improve education for all.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Domestic Financing for inclusive Public Education Systems

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Symposium
Domestic Financing for Inclusive Public Education Systems
David Archer, ActionAid
Maria Ron Balsera, ActionAid
Delphine Dorsi, Right to Education Initiative

DISCUSSANT: Elaine Unterhalter
CHAIR: 
173_Domestic Financing for Inclusive Public Education Systems.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Political Settlement and Financing Equity

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 14

Paper
The political constraints on leaving no one behind in education in Ghana
Christine Ellison, University of Cambridge
Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai, University of Ghana

Paper
Will the poorest children benefit from abolishing secondary school fees in Malawi?
Esme Kadzamira, University of Malawi, Chancellor College, School of Education

Quick Fire
Financing 'inclusive' education: rhetoric and reality
Don Taylor, UKFIET Executive Committee

CHAIR: Angela Little
198_The political constraints on leaving no one behind in education in Ghana.pdf Download Link
382_Will the poorest children benefit from abolishing secondary school fees in Malawi.pdf Download Link
412_Inclusive Education Systems- rhetoric and reality.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Scaling Innovations in complex emergencies to strengthen education systems

04:00 PM 05:30 PM Room 15

Symposium
Scaling innovations in complex emergencies to strengthen education systems: Evidence from the Humanitarian Education Accelerator
Thomas de Hoop, American Institutes for Research
Juan-Pablo Giraldo, UNICEF
Chris Berry, UK Department for International Development
Rebecca Telford, UNHCR

DISCUSSANT: Ian Gray
CHAIR: Susan Nicolai
312_Scaling innovations in complex emergencies to strengthen education systems.pdf Download Link

UKFIET AGM

05:45 PM 06:45 PM New College

Drinks Reception, hosted by Cambridge Education

06:30 PM 07:30 PM New College Cloisters

Dinner for New College Residents

07:30 PM 08:00 PM New College Dining Hall

Problematising Inclusion

Learning and Equity

08:30 AM 10:30 AM South School

Symposium
The equity implications of the global learning crisis: evidence and policy lessons from quantitative assessments
Michelle Kaffenberger, Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE)
Caine Rolleston, UCL Institute of Education
Pauline Rose, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

Paper
Left out, left behind, and likely to leave: a cross-country mapping of school ‘inclusion’ and challenges of equitable learning
Caroline Dyer, University of Leeds

DISCUSSANT: Karen Mundy
CHAIR: Steve Packer
175_Left out, left behind, and likely to leave.pdf Download Link
532_The equity implications of the global learning crisis.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Applying Community Based System Dynamics to increase community participation in classroom inclusion

08:30 AM 10:30 AM East School

Applying Community Based System Dynamics to increase community participation in classroom inclusion

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Jean-Francois Trani, Washington University in St. Louis
524_Using Community Based System Dynamics as an innovate approach .pdf Download Link
613_Applying Community Based System Dynamics to increase community participation in classroom inclusion.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

The future of skill provision within education systems

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 1

Paper
Theoretical Learning Vs Application in real life situations
Ismail Sentamu, Twaweza East Africa

Paper
Recognizing the non-linearity of assessing noncognitive skills for true inclusivity
Amanda Moll, CARE USA

Paper
Diversifying Educational Outcomes: Fostering Flexible Thinking for an Unpredictable Future
Stephen Bayley, University of Cambridge

Quick Fire
Skills that matter most for marginalised girls in the GEC
Deborah Haines, Girls Education Challenge Fund Manager - PWC

Quick Fire
Life skills education for girls: Conceptualising a new measurement framework on the GEC
Emily Boost, Social Development Direct

CHAIR: Modupe Adefiso
327_Diversifying Educational Outcomes.pdf Download Link
514_Recognizing the non-linearity of assessing noncognitive skills for true inclusivity.pdf Download Link
517_Life skills education for girls.pdf Download Link
528_Education in the production of Adivasi identities in an area of civil unrest in India.pdf Download Link
95_Theoretical Learning Vs Application in real life situations.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Strengthening the role of qualitative research in education for inclusive education

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 6

Strengthening the role of qualitative research in education for inclusive education

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Maria Brindlmayer, Building Evidence in Education (BE2) Secretariat
Rachel Hinton, UK Department for International Development
Virginia Morrow, University of Oxford
595_Strengthening the role of qualitative research in education for inclusive education.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

De-marginalising the marginalized? Can regulated public-private partnerships provide inclusive education?

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Symposium
De-marginalizing the marginalized? Can regulated public-private partnerships provide inclusive education?
Laura Day Ashley, University of Birmingham
Rowan Ainslie, Save the Children
Robert Skinner, University of Birmingham
Kamal Gaur, Save the Children

Quick Fire
Reservations for poor children in private schools in India: inclusion or illusion?
Shalini Bhorkar, Institute of Education – UCL

DISCUSSANT: Joseph Wales
CHAIR: Simon McGrath
211_De-marginalizing the marginalized.pdf Download Link
364_Reservations for poor children in private schools in India.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

The complexity of inclusion

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 8

Paper
Making the invisible visible: Factors constraining education inclusivity in Guinea-Bissau
Mathilde Nicolai, Cambridge Education
Rui Da Silva, Cambridge Education / Center for African Studies of the University of Porto

Paper
Mobilizing for Mass Inclusion: The Ongoing Story of Community Based Education (CBE) in Active-Conflict Afghanistan
Sherihan Khalil, Girls' Education Challenge Fund Manager - Afghanistan

Paper
Decolonizing education, from theory to practice:The Avelino Siñani – Elizardo Perez reform in Bolivia
Eleonore Nouel, Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam

Paper
Using Actionable Data to Strengthen Inclusive Education Programming
Hetal Thukral, School-to-School International
Samantha Ross, Link Community Development International

CHAIR: Caroline Dean
156_Making the invisible visible- Factors constraining education inclusivity in Guinea-Bissau.pdf Download Link
303_Decolonizing education, from theory to practice.pdf Download Link
406_Mobilizing Towards Mass Inclusion.pdf Download Link
437_Using Actionable Data to Strengthen Inclusive Education Programming.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Teacher Professional Development for Inclusions

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 9 - ACER Room

Paper
Teacher education for inclusion in South Africa - an epistemic journey and a roadmap forward
Thomas Salmon, Rhodes University and Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Paper
Teaching for All: Strengthening Inclusive Teaching Practices in South Africa and Rwanda
Line Kuppens, VVOB - education for development
Loran Pieck, VVOB - education for development
Tanya Bekker, University of the Witwatersrand
Evariste Karangwa, University of Rwanda College of Education

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Quick Fire
Collaborative Professional Development to Improve Equitable Math Teaching for Return Migrant Students in Central Mexico
Bryant Jensen, Brigham Young University

Quick Fire
Teacher Development Programme: Building capacity for inclusive teaching and learning in Northern Nigeria
Nguyan Feese, Teacher Development Programme - Cambridge Education Nigeria Limited

Paper
Student organisation as a facet of teaching quality in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence to inform the World Bank’s Teach observation instrument
Rafael Mitchell, School of Education, University of Bristol, UK

CHAIR: Freda Wolfenden
125_Teaching for All- Strengthening Inclusive Teaching Practices in South Africa and Rwanda.pdf Download Link
152_Teacher Development Programme-Building capacity for inclusive teaching and learning in Northern Nigeria.pdf Download Link
21_Student organisation as a facet of teaching quality in sub-Saharan Africa.pdf Download Link
572_Teacher education for inclusion in South Africa - an epistemic journey and a roadmap forward.pdf Download Link
610_Collaborative Professional Development to Improve Equitable Math Teaching for Return Migrant Students in Central Mexico.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

System actors for inclusive educational practice

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 10

Quick Fire
‘Fixing the Broken System’: Can (Gender) Inclusive School Governance Help?
Rebat Kumar Dhakal, Kathmandu University School of Education

Paper
Understanding actors’ perceptions on children’s learning to enhance inclusive education
Wilima Wadhwa, ASER Centre

Paper
Inclusive Education and the role of classroom assistants – an example from Zimbabwe
Marcella Deluca, Leonard Cheshire

CHAIR: Amy Lightfoot
147_Understanding actors’ perceptions on children’s learning to enhance inclusive education.pdf Download Link
268_Fixing the Broken System.pdf Download Link
394_Inclusive Education and the role of classroom assistants .pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

Fostering inclusion: education data science to support the most vulnerable

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Paper
Leveraging Data Science to Close Equity Gaps in Learning
Aasma Pratap Singh, Ernst & Young (EY)

Paper
Identifying children at risk of dropping out of school in the DRC
Achille IRIE Bi, Save the Children DRC

Paper
Using machine learning to improve program targeting: Predicting non-enrollment of girls in northern India
Jeffery McManus, IDinsight

Quick Fire
Tangerine:Tutor in Sierra Leone: opening the black-box of the classroom to central decision makers while supporting the improvement of teaching practices in even the most remote schools
Daniel Waistell, Cambridge Education

Quick Fire
Driving equitable inclusion in Malawi through real-time, disaggregate education data
Hannah Graham, Charlie Goldsmith Associates

CHAIR: Daniel Waistell
271_Using machine learning to improve program targeting- Predicting non-enrollment of girls in northern India.pdf Download Link
328_Tangerine-Tutor in Sierra Leone.pdf Download Link
353_Leveraging Data Science to Close Equity Gaps in Learning.pdf Download Link
423_Driving equitable inclusion in Malawi through real-time, disaggregate education data.pdf Download Link
626_Identifying children at risk of dropping out of school in the DRC.pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

The next frontier: conceptualising education data science

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 14

Paper
Inclusive Measurement in the Pursuit of SDG4: Two Approaches
Radhika Gorur, Deakin University

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Paper
Are international prescriptions inclusive? Comparing equity in education in the academic literature and in the Sustainable Development Agenda
Patrick Montjourides, University of Cambridge Faculty of Education

Paper
Preparing youth for what sort of inclusion? PISA’s Global Competence
Donella Cobb, The University of Waikato
Daniel Couch, Auckland University of Technology

Quick Fire
Quality Digital Content as a leveler for All Schools: India Content Accelerator Program (ICAP) and DIKSHA (National Teacher Platform)
Saurabh Chopra, Central Square Foundation

Paper
Using examination and learning assessment data to uncover foundational skill gaps in Sierra Leone’s secondary schools
Sourovi De, Oxford Policy Management

CHAIR: Jamie Proctor
319_Using examination and learning assessment data to uncover foundational skill gaps in Sierra Leone’s secondary schools.pdf Download Link
331_Inclusive Measurement in the Pursuit of SDG4.pdf Download Link
357+Preparing youth for what sort of inclusion.pdf Download Link
487_Are international prescriptions inclusive.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Intersecting inequalities and education equity

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 15

Paper
When structural marginalisation meets armed conflict:Pygmies’ exclusion from education in the DR Congo
Marinella Leone, University of Sussex
Sweta Gupta, University of Sussex
Gauthier Marchais, University of Sussex

Paper
Addressing Hidden Barriers to Student Performance in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Contexts
Lotte Renault, CARE

Paper
Improving Literacy in Language-Complex Refugee Settings: Impact Evaluation Results from the Expansion of Tusome to Kakuma and Kalobeyei, Kenya
Benjamin Piper, RTI International

Quick Fire
It can be done! Educating girls and boys in refugee communities in Dadaab Kenya, to facilitate voluntary repatriation
Irene Wali, Save the Children International in Kenya
Emily Echessa, VS

Quick Fire
Inclusive education during active conflict: education system actor practice in northern Syria
Katie Bigmore, Integrity Global

CHAIR: Ritesh Shah
141-Improving Literacy in Language-Complex Refugee Settings.pdf Download Link
340_Addressing Hidden Barriers to Student Performance in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Contexts.pdf Download Link
402_Inclusive education during active conflict.pdf Download Link
455_When structural marginalisation meets armed conflict.pdf Download Link
594_It can be done -Educating girls and boys in refugee communities in Dadaab Kenya, to facilitate voluntary repatriation.pdf Download Link

Coffee

10:30 AM 11:00 AM North School and Quod Marquee

Future Directions

Every Learner Matters: Unpacking the learning crisis for children with disabilities

11:00 AM 12:30 PM South School

Symposium
Every Learner Matters: Unpacking the learning crisis for children with disabilities
Ola Abu-Alghaib, Leonard Cheshire
Ruchi Singh, World Bank Group
Connie Laurin-Bowie, Inclusion International

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DISCUSSANT: Connie Laurin-Bowie
CHAIR: Ola Abu-Alghaib




387_Every Learner Matters.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Meet the Editors

11:00 AM 12:30 PM East School

This interactive session will provide an opportunity to discuss how some of the leading journals in the field of international development position themselves.

Stephen Heyneman, Vanderbilt University
Amita Chudgar, Michigan State University
Simon McGrath, University of Nottingham
Tristan McCowan, University College London, IoE
Su Corcoran, Enabling Education Network (EENET)
Ingrid Lewis, Enabling Education Network (EENET)



David Phillips, University of Oxford
Dana Burde, New York University
Future Directions

Including Indigenous voices within the future of education

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 1

Paper
Indigenous literacy, gender and development in Mexico: lessons learned from the field
Lorena Sanchez, Institute of Education - UCL

Quick Fire
Buen vivir: an indigenous vision of inclusive education
Nidia Aviles, University of Bristol

Quick Fire
Every child counts (and reads): Global south’s common voice on measuring learning for all children
Ketan ., People's Action for Learning (PAL) Network

CHAIR: Shrochis Karki
257_Indigenous literacy, gender and development in Mexico- lessons learned from the field.pdf Download Link
311_Buen vivir- an indigenous vision of inclusive education.pdf Download Link
361_Every child counts and reads.pdf Download Link
Workshop

The opportunities and challenges of translating evidence into policy and practice

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 6

The opportunities and challenges of translating evidence into policy and practice'

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Mrs. Elizabeth Tofaris - Impact Initiative (University of Cambridge)

Prof. Pauline Rose - REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

Dr Rukmini Banerji- Pratham Education Foundation

Colin Bangay – DFID

Prof. Caroline Dyer, University of Leeds

Christine Beggs, Room to Read
67_The challenges of translating evidence into policy and practice.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Collaborative Partnerships

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 7- BAICE Room

Paper
Community and teacher-led inclusion initiatives in a conflict zone
Thea Lacey, Street Child
Jean Paul Rubyagiza, Ebenezer Ministry International

Paper
Towards a more inclusive education system: the challenging case of Kazakhstan
Natallia Yakavets, University of Cambridge Faculty of Education
Colleen McLaughlin, University of Cambridge Faculty of Education
Ainur Almukhambetova, Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education
Tatiana Aderkhina, UNICEF office in Kazakhstan, Astana

Quick Fire
Education coalitions and education inclusivity: crossed looks between national education coalitions in Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau and Mozambique
Rui Da Silva, Center for African Studies of the University of Porto

CHAIR: Ian Attfield
12_Education coalitions and education inclusivity-crossed looks between national education coalitions in Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau and Mozambique.pdf Download Link
512_Towards a more inclusive education system.pdf Download Link
64_Community and teacher-led inclusion initiatives in a conflict zone.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Language and Inclusion : Part 1 Africa Focus

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 8

Paper
From Alternative to Public Education: Pathways to Sustained Literacy and Numeracy Achievements for Out of School Children in Ghana
Emma Carter, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

Paper
Language of Instruction and Inclusive Learning in Ethiopia
Zoe James, Education Development Trust

Paper
Language and education in Nigeria: a review of policy and practice
Caroline Grant, The British Council

CHAIR: Freda Wolfenden
196_From Alternative to Public Education.pdf Download Link
496_Language of Instruction and Inclusive Learning in Ethiopia.pdf Download Link
552_Language and education in Nigeria.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Inclusion in Education - analysis from the forthcoming 2020 GEM Report

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

Symposium
Inclusion in education – analysis from the forthcoming 2020 GEM Report
Manos Antoninis, Global Education Monitoring Report, UNESCO
Carina Omoeva, FHI360
Helen Pinnock, Enabling Education Network (EENET)
Lani Florian, Bell Chair of Education Moray House School of Education and Sport The University of Edinburgh
Emily Woolf, Senior Education Adviser, Children, Youth and Education Department, DFID

DISCUSSANT: Manos Antoninis
CHAIR: Steve Packer
415_Inclusion in education .pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Aspirational Policies vs Implementation Challenges: Supporting System Actors to Resolve the Impasse of Inclusive Education

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 10

Symposium
Aspirational Policies vs Implementation Challenges: Supporting System Actors to Resolve the Impasse of Inclusive Education
Sharon Tao, Cambridge Education
Kirsten Mucyo, Save The Children (UK)
Emma Sarton, Enable-Ed

DISCUSSANT: Michele Schweisfurth
CHAIR: Myra Harrison
169_Aspirational Policies vs Implementation Challenges.pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

The Promises and Challenges of education Technology for conflicted children: DFID Reflection on current state of play, using Can't Wait to Learn as case study

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Symposium
The promise and challenges of education technology for conflicted-affected children:DFID reflection on current state of play, using Can’t Wait to Learn as a case study
Kate Radford, War Child Holland
Jasmine Turner, War Child Holland
Amir Jones, Independent Consultant
Joseph Wales, DFID

DISCUSSANT: Joseph Wales
CHAIR: Clara Van Praag
497_The promise and challenges of education technology for conflicted-affected children.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Cash Transfers, Targeted Financing and Inclusivity

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 14

Paper
Increasing access to Education: what is the impact of cash transfers?
Ian Leggett, Windle Trust International

Paper
Pathways to low educational attainment: Why educational financing should target multidimensional poverty
Edward Sosu, University of Strathclyde

Quick Fire
New practical evidence on setting value amounts and payment execution options; lessons from Cash Transfers for education in South Sudan and Kenya
Daniel Cutherell, World University Services of Canada

Quick Fire

Education financing for global equity and inclusion: a case study

Joy Rosenberg, University of Hertfordshire partnered to Mary Hare



CHAIR: Moses Oketch
111_Increasing access to Education- what is the impact of cash transfers.pdf Download Link
228_Education financing for global equity and inclusio -a case study.pdf Download Link
378_Pathways to low educational attainment.pdf Download Link
429_New practical evidence on setting value amounts and payment execution options.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Data, measurement and inclusion for education in crises

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 15

Paper
Mapping education data in Middle Eastern crisis contexts: What we learned and where to go from here
Anne Smiley, FHI 360

Paper
Measuring Inclusion in Conflict-Affected Education Systems
Michele Bradford, Chemonics International

Quick Fire
Using Data to Protect Schools from Attack
Kathleen Denny, FHI360

Quick Fire
In pursuit of an inclusive method of inquiry into the scattered education journey of resettled young Syrian refugees in England
Haya Fakoush, University of Nottingham

CHAIR: Kelsey Shanks
336_In pursuit of an inclusive method of inquiry into the scattered education journey of resettled young Syrian refugees in England.pdf Download Link
445_Measuring Inclusion in Conflict-Affected Education Systems.pdf Download Link
449_Using Data to Protect Schools from Attack.pdf Download Link
520_Mapping education data in Middle Eastern crisis contexts.pdf Download Link

Lunch

12:30 PM 01:30 PM North School and Quod Marquee

Future Directions

"De-Centering the centre": reclaiming inclusive education. Perspectives from South Asia

01:30 PM 03:00 PM South School

Symposium
“Decentring the centre”: reclaiming inclusive education. Perspectives from South Asia
Nidhi Singal, School of Education, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
Rabea Malik, IDEAS
Monazza Aslam, Oxford Partnership for Education Research and Analysis

DISCUSSANT: Nafisa Baboo
CHAIR: Nidhi Singal
541_Decentring the centre- reclaiming inclusive education. Perspectives from South Asia.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Exploring the potential for Ed Tech to develop "21st century skills"

01:30 PM 03:00 PM East School

Exploring the potential of EdTech-use to develop 21st century skills
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Jamie Proctor, UK Department for International Development
Björn Haßler, Director, EdTech Hub
573_Exploring the potential of EdTech-use to develop 21st century skills.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

How can education system reforms benefit the most disadvantaged? Learning for the future from RISE Ethiopia

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 1

Symposium
How can education system reforms benefit the most disadvantaged? Learning for the future from RISE Ethiopia
Louise Yorke, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
Tirussew Kidanemariam, Addis Ababa University
Moses Oketch, Institute of Education – UCL

DISCUSSANT:  Rona Bronwen
CHAIR: Zoe James
386_How can education system reforms benefit the most disadvantaged.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Challenging assumptions around teacher training for inclusion

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 6

Challenging assumptions around teacher training for inclusion

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Ingrid Lewis, Enabling Education Network (EENET)
Helen Pinnock, Enabling Education Network (EENET)
Su Corcoran, Manchester Metropolitan University and EENET
296_Challenging assumptions around teacher training for inclusion.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Teachers and Teaching

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Paper
Classroom interactions and pedagogic practices in large classes in Peshawar, Pakistan
Naureen Durrani, Nazarbaye University Graduate School of Education
Nazneen Shah, University Model School Peshawar

Paper
The role of instructional time-use in delivering learning opportunities for all in Lower Primary Kinyarwanda reading lessons
Christine Beggs, Room to Read
Maria Jose Ogando Portela, Fab Inc

Paper
Initial Teacher Education: navigating the Inclusion illusion
Rosemary Ridgway, School of Education, Durham University

CHAIR: Jo McIntyre
120_Initial Teacher Education- navigating the Inclusion illusion.pdf Download Link
245_Classroom interactions and pedagogic practices in large classes in Peshawar, Pakistan.pdf Download Link
519_The role of instructional time-use in delivering learning opportunities for all in Lower Primary Kinyarwanda reading lessons.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Innovative Programming for Inclusion

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 8

Paper
Reimagining the teacher workforce: a perspective from the field
Freda Wolfenden, The Open University
Yeukai Mlambo, Arizona State University

Quick Fire
How can the non-state sector improve inclusion? A call for ‘Socially Responsible Operators’
Rachel Linn, PEAS

Quick Fire
The Education Workforce Report
Katie Godwin, The Education Commission
Amy Bellinger, The Education Commission

Paper
Tackling Disparities in teahcer distribution: A fifteen-year followup of a Philippines action research project
Tony Somerset, CIE, School of Education and Social Work University of Sussex

CHAIR: Jo Westbrook
157_Tackling Disparities in teacher distribution.pdf Download Link
223_How can the non-state sector improve inclusion.pdf Download Link
625_The Education Workforce Report.pdf Download Link
635_Reimagining the teacher workforce- a perspective from the field.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Research Activities of the Education Equity Research Initiative's Disability Task Team

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

Symposium
Research Activities of the Education Equity Research Initiative's Disability Task Team
Stephen Luke, FHI 360
Huma Zia, Pak Alliance for Maths and Science’s Disabilities Group
Eileen Dombrowski, RTI International
Stevens Bechange, Sightsavers International
Elena Schmidt, Sightsavers International
Natasha Graham, UNICEF
Koli Banik, USAID
Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, World Bank Group
Kerin Ord, World Vision International

DISCUSSANT: Stephen Luke
CHAIR: Anna Riggall
598_Research Activities of the Education Equity Research Initiative's Disability Task Team.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Identifying and addressing policy gaps

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 10

Paper
Education Systems and Inclusive Education Policy in Ghana: Realities on the Ground
ERIC DANIEL ANANGA, University of Education, Winneba

Paper
Empowering Girls in the Classroom: The bridge to inclusive education in Uganda
Nabbuye Hawah, Educate! Uganda
Christine Apiot, Bridge International Academies Uganda

Paper
How can ‘school readiness’ be positioned as a multifaceted construct for children with disabilities in Malawi?
Paul Lynch, University of Birmingham

CHAIR: Tendayi Marovah
230_Empowering Girls in the Classroom.pdf Download Link
49_How can school readiness be positioned as a multifaceted construct for children with disabilities in Malawi.pdf Download Link
51_Education Systems and Inclusive Education Policy in Ghana.pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

The teaching and technology nexus: a recipe for success?

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN ROOM

Paper
Enhancing Literacy Outcomes For All and System Efficiency with Smartphone Applications for Teachers and Monitors
Louise Gittins, Universal Learning Solutions
Gilbert Jolly, Jolly Futures Technologies

Paper
Using daily data capture to improve targeted, remedial instruction in Botswana: Lessons, questions, and potential futures for scale
Gabrielle Arenge, Young 1ove Organization

Paper
Jumping on the bandwagon: challenges of ICT utilisation in Ethiopian secondary education
In Cheol Jang, School of International Development, University of East Anglia

CHAIR: Patrick Montjouridès
397_Using daily data capture to improve targeted, remedial instruction in Botswana.pdf Download Link
426_Enhancing Literacy Outcomes For All and System Efficiency with Smartphone Applications for Teachers and Monitors.pdf Download Link
80_Jumping on the bandwagon- challenges of ICT utilisation in Ethiopian secondary education.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Minding the gap: The role of BACKUP Education in complementing GPE

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 14

Symposium
Minding the gap:The role of BACKUP Education in complementing GPE
Ronja Hoelzer, GIZ, Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH
Ritesh Shah, University of Auckland
Alexandra McCormick, University of Sydney
Martha Muhwezi, FAWE, Forum for African Women Educationalists

DISCUSSANT: Karen Mundy
CHAIR: Ronja Hoelzer

Read the blog related to this session
202_Minding the gap-The role of BACKUP Education in complementing GPE.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

From diverse stereotypes to inclusive identities:the role of textbooks and educational media

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 15

Symposium
From divisive stereotypes to inclusive identities: the role of textbooks and educational media
Ayla Bonfiglio, Conflict and Education Learning Laboratory (CELL)
Atif Rizvi, Conflict and Education Learning Laboratory (CELL)
Margaret Sinclair, Networking to Integrate SDG 4.7 and SEL into Education Materials (NISSEM)
Andy Smart, Networking to Integrate SDG 4.7 and SEL into Education Materials (NISSEM)

Read Andy Smart;'s blog related to this session

DISCUSSANT: Atif Rizvi
CHAIR:  Tejendra Pherali
252_From divisive stereotypes to inclusive identities-the role of textbooks and educational media.pdf Download Link

Tea

03:00 PM 03:30 PM North School and Quod Marquee

Plenary Session

BAICE Plenary - Inclusive education - thinking beyond systems

03:30 PM 05:00 PM South School

‘Inclusive education: thinking beyond systems’

Speakers

BAICE AGM

05:30 PM 06:30 PM New College

Drinks Reception hosted by BAICE

06:30 PM 07:30 PM New College Cloisters

Dinner for New College Residents

07:30 PM 08:00 PM New College Dining Hall

BAICE Student Gathering

08:30 PM 10:00 PM New College, Lecture Room 6

Disco - Hosted by UKFIET

08:30 PM 11:59 PM New College Bar

Conflict and Crisis

Social cohesion and education in crisis contexts

08:30 AM 10:30 AM South School

Paper
Social cohesion and learning in schools in Jordan
Linda Morrice, CIE, School of Education and Social Work University of Sussex
Mariam Attia, CIE, School of Education and Social Work University of Sussex
Marcos Delprato, CIE, School of Education and Social Work University of Sussex

Paper
Can faith-based schools offer an answer in times of conflict and crises?
Evi Plötz, University of Bamberg

Paper
Education systems during and after conflict: lessons and limitations from Northern Ireland
Elizabeth A. Worden, American University
Una O’Connor, University of Ulster

Quick Fire
Overcoming educational inequality in emergencies through language
Alice Castillejo, Translators without Borders
Read Alice's blog

Quick Fire
Sustainable Education: Ancient Solutions for Modern Challenges
Ashish Basnet, University of Tsukuba

CHAIR: Lyndsay Bird
153_Overcoming educational inequality in emergencies through language.pdf Download Link
222_Social cohesion and learning in schools in Jordan.pdf Download Link
484_Sustainable Education-Ancient Solutions for Modern Challenges.pdf Download Link
490_Can faith-based schools offer an answer in times of conflict and crises.pdf Download Link
575_Education systems during and after conflict- lessons and limitations from Northern Ireland.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Simulating Inclusive Decision-Making on Priorities for School Improvement

08:30 AM 10:30 AM East School

Simulating Inclusive Decision-Making on Priorities for School Improvement

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Samantha Ross, Link Community Development International
403_Simulating Inclusive Decision-Making on Priorities for School Improvement.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

Evidence-based approaches for educational change at scale

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 1

Paper
Developing evidence-based, global policy standards for play-based learning – Lessons from Tanzania
Andrea Diaz-Varela, Right To Play International

Paper
The Effect of Private Schooling on Learning Outcomes in South Asia and East Africa: A Within-Family Approach
Rob Gruijters, REAL Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge


Paper
How Can Donors Use Evaluation to Better Support the Achievement of SDG 4.5?
Karen Mundy, University of Toronto

Quick Fire
Lessons from practice: How to bring soft and socio-economic skills to the forefront of education systems today
Theresa Salzer, Aflatoun International

CHAIR: Shrochis Kharki
227_Developing evidence-based, global policy standards for play-based learning .pdf Download Link
329_How Can Donors Use Evaluation to Better Support the Achievement of SDG 4.5.pdf Download Link
362_The Effect of Private Schooling on Learning Outcomes in South Asia and East Africa.pdf Download Link
499_Lessons from practice.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Thinking beyond inclusive education systems

08:30 AM 09:30 AM Room 6

Thinking beyond ‘inclusive’ education systems: Exploring the role of diverse actors in facilitating learning for sustainable development
Anna Robinson-Pant, University of East Anglia
Christopher Millora, University of East Anglia
Gina Lontoc, University of Santo Tomas
Suresh Gautam, School of Education, Kathmandu University
Burcu Evren, University of East Anglia
Helene Binesse, University of East Anglia
641_Thinking beyond ‘inclusive’ education systems.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Problematising the concept of inclusive education

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Paper
Problematizing Universal Education Narratives: The Emergence of Plural-Relational Inclusive Education Policy
Christopher Johnstone, University of Minnesota

Paper
Relational systems of inclusion and exclusion: a cross-scalar analysis of educational access and participation in India
Arathi Sriprakash, University of Cambridge
Suraj Jacob, Vidya Bhawan

Quick Fire
Inclusive education: is it inclusive of gifted students' needs?
Gemma Scarparolo, The University of Western Australia

Quick Fire
India’s RTE at 10 years: Illusive Inclusion?
Supriya Baily, George Mason University

CHAIR: Amy Parker
182_Problematizing Universal Education Narratives.pdf Download Link
388_Inclusive education- is it inclusive of gifted students' needs.pdf Download Link
493_India’s RTE at 10 years- Illusive Inclusion.pdf Download Link
57_Relational systems of inclusion and exclusion.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Future Pathways

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 8

Paper
The Limits of VET Inclusion in Africa: Critical Reflections from South Africa and Uganda
Simon McGrath, University of Nottingham
See Simon's blog on this paper

Paper
School Drop-Outs: (Unrealized) Aspirations, Possibilities and Challenges
Somya Rastogi, Pratham Education Foundation
Eshan Prashar, Pratham Education Foundation

Paper
Problematizing “relevant” secondary education for marginalized youth
Amita Chudgar, Michigan State University
Nancy Kendall, University of Wisconsin Madison
Thomas Luschei, Claremont Graduate University

Paper
Re-Thinking Meaningful Work for Youth with Disabilities: Problematizing Education and Employment Outcomes with Bhutanese Gross National Happiness
Matthew Schuelka, University of Birmingham

CHAIR: Anfal Saqib
113_Problematizing relevant secondary education for marginalized youth.pdf Download Link
189_Re-Thinking Meaningful Work for Youth with Disabilities.pdf Download Link
359_The Limits of VET Inclusion in Africa.pdf Download Link
439_School Drop-Outs.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Global Imperatives, local realities

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 9 - ACER Room

Paper
Beyond Salamanca: Addressing barriers to realise Inclusive Education as a Human Right under international law
Linda Graham, Queensland University of Technology

Paper
SDG4 in an ‘inclusive’ education system: theoretical moves towards a socially just approach for refugee children in England
Joanna McIntyre, University of Nottingham

Paper
The Paradox of Centralised Planning for School Education in India: Equal Norms, Unequal Results
Parthajeet Das, Ernst & Young (EY)


CHAIR: Hadiza Abdulrahmen
317_SDG4 in an ‘inclusive’ education system.pdf Download Link
383_Beyond Salamanca.pdf Download Link
577_The Paradox of Centralised Planning for School Education in India.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Innovative programming for inclusion

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 10

Quick Fire
(Re-)Engaging street-connected young people with education in Kenya
Su Corcoran, Manchester Metropolitan University

Quick Fire
Including the Marginalized: Learnings from the STRIDE Intervention in Pakistan
Abdullah Alam, Institute of Social and Policy Sciences

Quick Fire
Inclusive Education; Successful Approaches
Emily Joof, Save the Children

Quick Fire
Disability inclusion in complex environments: Theoretical models in practical programming
Martin Canter, Plan International UK

Quick Fire
Safeguarding systems – challenging power and privilege to shape inclusion
Jake Ross, Cambridge Education / Mott MacDonald

Quick Fire
Promoting inclusive early childhood development and education (ECDE) for children with disabilities in Malawi
Veronica Stapleton, Sightsavers

CHAIR: Tigist Grieve
188_Re-Engaging street-connected young people with education in Kenya.pdf Download Link
269_Including the Marginalized- Learnings from the STRIDE Intervention in Pakistan.pdf Download Link
461_Disability inclusion in complex environments.pdf Download Link
464_Inclusive Education- Successful Approaches.pdf Download Link
483_Safeguarding systems – challenging power and privilege to shape inclusion.pdf Download Link
525_Promoting inclusive early childhood development and education .pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

Supporting learning with education technology and data in a diverse world

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Paper
Independent Learning with Technology : Impact of Global Learning XPRIZE
Simon King, RTI International

Paper
Impact of incorporating educational technology on learning outcomes: IDB project in Jordan
Mohammed El-Desouky, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières / Libraries Without Borders
Hannah Ring, American Institutes for Research
Muy-cheng Peich, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières / Libraries Without Borders

Paper
The Pacific Island Literacy and Numeracy Assessment: Using Rasch Measurement to Promote Inclusion
Sandra Knowles, Australian Council for Educational Research
Seema Prasad, Educational Quality and Assessment Programme

Quick Fire
How real-time learning data enables inclusive education in rural Kenya
Junaid Mubeen, Whizz Education

Quick Fire
Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning for equitable access: reaching the micro-schools of rural Greece
Lydia Lymperis, Newcastle University School of Education

CHAIR: Rebecca Telford
14_Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning for equitable access- reaching the micro-schools of rural Greece.pdf Download Link
280_How real-time learning data enables inclusive education in rural Kenya.pdf Download Link
333_Impact of incorporating educational technology on learning outcomes.pdf Download Link
354_The Pacific Island Literacy and Numeracy Assessment.pdf Download Link
608_Independent Learning with Technology - Impact of Global Learning XPRIZE.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Private Actors and indirect financing

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 14

Paper
Invest-ED: A tool for transparent financing flows of philanthropies and impact investors in education
Prachi Srivastava, University of  Western Ontario

Paper
The effect of competition in Indian schools
Alfonso Accinelli, Ministry of Education - Peru
Rhiannon Moore, Oxford University
Caine Rolleston, UCL Institute of Education

Paper
Linking socioeconomic background to learning outcomes: New evidence from Nigeria
Modupe Adefeso-Olateju, The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre
Inyang Udo-Umoren, The Education Partnership Centre
Utibe Henshaw, The Education Partnership (TEP) Centre

Paper
Educational Financing for Sustainable Quality and Inclusion in Ethiopia
Kenneth King, University of Edinburgh

CHAIR: Bronwen Macgrath
238_Invest-ED- A tool for transparent financing flows of philanthropies and impact investors in education.pdf Download Link
533_The effect of competition in Indian schools.pdf Download Link
584_Linking socioeconomic background to learning outcomes.pdf Download Link
622_Educational Financing for Sustainable Quality and Inclusion in Ethiopia.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Education and Refugee Inclusion

08:30 AM 10:30 AM Room 15

Paper
Increasing inclusion or furthering fragmentation? A critical examination of Lebanon’s approach to the Syrian refugee crisis
Samira Chatila, Centre for Lebanese Studies, Lebanese American University

Paper
Educational Response to Refugee Crises within National System: South Sudanese Refugee Settlements and Host Communities in West Nile, Uganda
Katsuki Sakaue, Osaka University

Quick Fire
Benefits of refugee integration and inclusion within local education systems: A case study of Kalobeyei, Turkana County, Kenya.
Mariam Rashid, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Benjamin Scherrer, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Quick Fire
Emerging findings from a multi-country study exploring the effective management of teachers in refugee contexts
Katja Hinz, UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning
Hassan Ahmed, Education Development Trust

Quick Fire
Home Based Early Childhood Care and Education for Rohingya Children in Jamtoli Camp: Empowering Rohingya Mothers and Big Sisters as Change Agents
Purna Kumar Shrestha, VSO International

CHAIR: Margaret Sinclair
103_Increasing inclusion or furthering fragmentation- A critical examination of Lebanon’s approach to the Syrian refugee crisis.pdf Download Link
184_Home Based Early Childhood Care and Education for Rohingya Children in Jamtoli Camp.pdf Download Link
28_Benefits of refugee integration and inclusion within local education systems.pdf Download Link
356_Educational Response to Refugee Crises within National System.pdf Download Link
416_Emerging findings from a multi-country study exploring the effective management of teachers in refugee contexts.pdf Download Link
Workshop

The PEER Network: Knowledge Exchange for Political Economy Analysis of Education Systems for Early Career Researchers in Conflict Contexts

09:30 AM 10:30 AM

The PEER Network: Knowledge Exchange for Political Economy Analysis of Education Systems for Early Career Researchers in Conflict Contexts
Mario Novelli, University of Sussex
Alan Smith, University of Ulster
Naureen Durrani, Nazarbaye University Graduate School of Education
Christine Ellison, University of Ulster
Azeem Badroodien, University of Cape Town
642_The PEER Network- Knowledge Exchange for Political Economy Analysis of Education Systems for Early Career Researchers in Conflict Contexts.pdf Download Link

Coffee

10:30 AM 11:00 AM North School and Quod Marquee

Workshop

Strengthening INEE’s membership engagement and diversification to support the Grand Bargain commitments

11:00 AM 12:30 PM South School

Strengthening INEE’s membership engagement and diversification to support the Grand Bargain commitments
Kate Moriarty, INEE
Lyndsay Bird, Independent Consultant
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
643_Strengthening INEE’s membership engagement and diversification to support the Grand Bargain commitments.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Let's ask them! How we can improve inclusive education in primary schools in Nigeria?

11:00 AM 12:30 PM East School

Lets ask them !How can we improve inclusive education in primary schools in Nigeria? A workshop to consider participatory approaches.

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Mary Wickenden, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
Stephen Thompson, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex
628_Lets ask them -How can we improve inclusive education in primary schools in Nigeria.pdf Download Link
Future Directions

Fit for the Future? Secondary education in sub-Saharan Africa

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 1

Symposium
Fit for the future? Secondary education in sub-Saharan Africa
Susan Nicolai, ODI
Leon Tikly, University of Bristol
Emily Dunlop, New York University
Marcos Delprato, CIE, School of Education and Social Work University of Sussex
Dimitri Stoelinga, Laterite

DISCUSSANT:  Keith Lewin
CHAIR: Don Taylor
620_Fit for the future- Secondary education in sub-Saharan Africa.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Intersectionality and girl's education: Lessons from the field

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 6

Intersectionality and girl's education: Lessons from the field

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Emily Echessa, Save The Children (UK)
Martin Canter, Plan International UK
Purna Kumar Shrestha, VSO International
Jill Healey, ChildHope
539_Intersectionality and girl's education- Lessons from the field.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Language and Inclusion: Part 2 Global Focus

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Paper
STILL talking about language of instruction: Policy, practice and the myth of inclusive education
Barbara Trudell, SIL Africa

Paper
Schooling and language diversity: the case of Manegacha speaking community in China
Ji Ying, University of Cambridge

Quick Fire
Language, Class and Education: Processes of Inclusion or Exclusion in Educational Systems in Pakistan ?
Tayyaba Tamim, Lahore University of Management Sciences

Quick Fire
Who is included in the language of inclusion? A qualitative case study of inclusive education in India
Tanushree Sarkar, Vanderbilt University

CHAIR: Haley Tancredi
119_Language, Class and Education.pdf Download Link
135_Schooling and language diversity-the case of Manegacha speaking community in China.pdf Download Link
148_STILL talking about language of instruction.pdf Download Link
548_Who is included in the language of inclusion.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Promoting Inclusion through Social Emotional Learning

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 8

Symposium
Promoting Inclusion through Social Emotional Learning
Matthew Jukes, RTI International
Kalifa Damani, University of Cambridge
Sarah Kabay, New York University

DISCUSSANT: Margaret Sinclair
CHAIR: Anne Smiley
77_Promoting Inclusion through Social Emotional Learning.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Mainstreaming disability issues in education sector analysis and planning - reflections and plans

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

Symposium
Mainstreaming disability issues in education sector analysis and planning – reflections and plans
Suzanne Grant-Lewis, IIEP-UNESCO
Daniel Mont, Center for Inclusive Policy
Natasha Graham, UNICEF
Anthony Boateng, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Education

DISCUSSANT: Anthony Boateng
CHAIR: Suzanne Grant-Lewis
558_Mainstreaming disability issues in education sector analysis and planning .pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Linking curricula and pedagogy for inclusion

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 10

Paper
Subject-specific curricular adaptations: Learning about inclusion from ordinary primary school teachers in Tanzania
Joanna Westbrook, University of Sussex
Susie Miles, University of Manchester
Jacqui Shepherd, University of Sussex

Paper
Revisiting Comparative Pedagogy:a scoping review of progress, themes and actors
Michele Schweisfurth, University of Glasgow

Paper
Epistemic injustices in curriculum and pedagogical practices: Evidence from Citizenship education in Zimbabwean teachers colleges
Tendayi Marovah, Midlands State University

CHAIR: Lizzi Milligan
108_Revisiting Comparative Pedagogy.pdf Download Link
389_Subject-specific curricular adaptations.pdf Download Link
60_Epistemic injustices in curriculum and pedagogical practices.pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

New Tools for monitoring for Gender Equality in Education

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 11

Symposium
New tools for monitoring for Gender Equality in Education
Nicole Bella, Global Education Monitoring Report, UNESCO
Nora Fyles, United Nations Girls Education Initiative
Helen Longlands, Institute of Education – UCL

DISCUSSANT:
CHAIR: Sally Rosscornes
425_New tools for monitoring for Gender Equality in Education.pdf Download Link
Education Financing

Resource Allocation for Equity

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 14

Paper
An Outputs-Based Approach to Measuring Equity in Resource Allocation
Carina Omoeva, FHI360

Paper
Inclusion, scale and affordability - tensions and synergies
Sue Williamson, Cambridge Education / Mott MacDonald
Marc Van Der Stouwe, Cambridge Education / Mott MacDonald
Claire Hedges, The Open University

Paper
Criteria and judgement: assessing value for money in education programmes with equity objectives
Caitlin Williams, Oxford Policy Management

CHAIR: Keith Lewin
374_Criteria and judgement-assessing value for money in education programmes with equity objectives.pdf Download Link
515-Inclusion, scale and affordability - tensions and synergies.pdf Download Link
560_An Outputs-Based Approach to Measuring Equity in Resource Allocation.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Higher Education and youth in crisis settings

11:00 AM 12:30 PM Room 15

Quick Fire
Rethinking higher education for Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
Kathleen Fincham, St Mary's University

Quick Fire
Refugee higher education and pathways to employment: evidence from a blended learning model in Rwanda
Jean Marie Vianney Hitamungu, Kepler

Paper
Youth training and transition to resilient self-employment: lessons from the Central African Republic
Paul Fean, Norwegian Refugee Council

Quick Fire
Using research insights to support the humanitarian sector to respond to education needs of Rohingya youth
Sally Gowland, BBC Media Action

Quick Fire
Youth in (post-)conflict areas
Josje van der Linden, University of Groningen
Ana Rodrigues, University of Groningen

Quick Fire
Belonging and learning: Using co-produced arts methodologies to explore youth participation in contexts of conflict in Kenya, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
Su Corcoran, Manchester Metropolitan University

CHAIR:  Tejendra Pherali
162_Rethinking higher education for Syrian refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.pdf Download Link
284_Belonging and learning- Using co-produced arts methodologies to explore youth participation in contexts of conflict in Kenya, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo .pdf Download Link
326_Youth in post-conflict areas.pdf Download Link
363_Youth training and transition to resilient self-employment.pdf Download Link
481_Using research insights to support the humanitarian sector to respond to education needs of Rohingya youth.pdf Download Link
627_Refugee higher education and pathways to employment.pdf Download Link

Lunch

12:30 PM 01:30 PM North School and Quod Marquee

Conflict and Crisis

Higher Education in the SDGs: Solution to global crises?

01:30 PM 03:00 PM South School

Symposium
Higher education in the SDGs: solution to global crises?
Tristan McCowan, University College London
Sansom Milton, Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Melis Cin, Lancaster University
Lavinia Hirsu, University of Glasgow
Maia Chankseliani, University of Oxford
Savo Heleta, Nelson Mandela University

DISCUSSANT: Simon McGrath
CHAIR: Michele Schweisfurth
283_Higher education in the SDGs-solution to global crises.pdf Download Link
Workshop

Evidence to policy in education: Practical tools for co-creating education research with governments

01:30 PM 03:00 PM East School

Evidence to policy in education: Practical tools for co-creating education research with governments

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Adrienne Lucas, University of Delaware
Anthony Boateng, Ghana Education Service
Rachel Hinton, UK Department for International Development
Renaud Comba, Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA)
401_Evidence to policy in education.pdf Download Link
Workshop

What would you like to see in the Independent Summative Evaluation of GPE?

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 1

A consultation
What would you like to see in the Independent Summative Evaluation of GPE?
Nicholas Waterman, UNESCO
Roy Carr-Hill, University College London

CHAIR: David Archer
Workshop

Scaling education innovations in complex emergencies

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 6

Scaling education innovations in complex emergencies: Recommendations from the Humanitarian Education Accelerator

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Ian Gray, Gray Dot Catalyst
Lauren Milewski, Kepler
Timothy Kinoti, World University Services of Canada
Muy-cheng Peich, Bibliothèques Sans Frontières / Libraries Without Borders
Laura Miller, War Child Holland
Beatrice Rutishauser-Ramm, Caritas Switzerland
435_Scaling education innovations in complex emergencies.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

Indigenous education

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 7 - BAICE Room

Paper
Challenges in delivering inclusive indigenous education in mainstream schools in Colombia.
John Willott, Leeds Beckett University

Paper
Widening the Margins of Inclusive Education in Africa: The Case for Almajiranci in Northern Nigeria
Hadiza Kere Abdulrahman, Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln.

Quick Fire
Education in the production of Adivasi identities in an area of civil unrest in India
Gunjan Wadhwa, University of Sussex

Quick Fire
Whose Sustainability? The Anthropocene, Schooling and the Exclusion of Inconvenient Truths
Peter Sutoris, University of Cambridge

CHAIR: Thea Lacey
27_Widening the Margins of Inclusive Education in Africa.pdf Download Link
443_Challenges in delivering inclusive indigenous education in mainstream schools in Colombia.pdf Download Link
528_Education in the production of Adivasi identities in an area of civil unrest in India.pdf Download Link
61_Whose Sustainability- The Anthropocene, Schooling and the Exclusion of Inconvenient Truths.pdf Download Link
Problematising Inclusion

What strategies are showing success in improving inclusive education for children in a large-scale programme in Tanzania

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 8

Symposium
What strategies are showing success in improving inclusive education for children in a large-scale programme in Tanzania?
Laura McInerney, Cambridge Education
Joan Minja, Cambridge Education
Mtemi Zombwe, Cambridge Education
Ally Swalehe, President's Office Regional Administration and Local Government
Augusta Lupokela, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
Nicola Ruddle, Oxford Policy Management
Jana Harb, Oxford Policy Management
George Jidamva, President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government


DISCUSSANT: John Lusingu
CHAIR: Andy Brock
143_What strategies are showing success in improving inclusive education for children in a large-scale programme in Tanzania.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Teacher professional learning in Timor-Leste, Laos and Vanuatu

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 9 - ACER Room

Symposium
Teacher professional learning in Timor-Leste, Laos and Vanuatu: Inclusive programs that support education system actors
Elizabeth Cassity, Australian Council for Educational Research
Hilary Hollingsworth, Australian Council for Educational Research
Jennie Chainey, Australian Council for Educational Research
Tomas Pereira, Ministry of Education, Timor Leste
Dionisio Sarmento, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Debbie Wong, Australian Council for Educational Research

DISCUSSANT:  Desmond Bermingham
CHAIR::John Patch
358-Teacher professional learning in Timor-Leste, Laos and Vanuatu.pdf Download Link
Education System Actors

Strengthening teachers' inclusive practice

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 10

Quick Fire
Exploring teachers’ uses of multilingual approaches to encourage more inclusive classrooms
Amy Lightfoot, British Council

Quick Fire
Teacher leadership for progressive improvement in inclusive teaching practices: a model based on practice from Ghanaian basic schools
Esi Fenyiwa Amonoo-Kuofi, Centre for International Education, University of Sussex; Education Development Trust

Quick Fire
Enhancing inclusive pedagogies and practices amongst teachers in government secondary schools in Sierra Leone
Caroline Jordan, Cambridge Education

Quick Fire
Promoting gender-responsive secondary education in rural Peru and Indonesia: ALIGN project experiences
Rachel Marcus, Overseas Development Institute

Quick Fire
Strengthening inclusive practice of future teachers : A case study from India
Nimisha Kapoor, ASER Centre

Quick Fire
One size doesn’t fit all
John Shackleton, British Council

CHAIR: Thomas Salmon
117_Exploring teachers uses of multilingual approaches to encourage more inclusive classrooms.pdf Download Link
216_One size doesn’t fit all.pdf Download Link
315_Promoting gender-responsive secondary education in rural Peru and Indonesia.pdf Download Link
379_Enhancing inclusive pedagogies and practices amongst teachers in government secondary schools in Sierra Leone.pdf Download Link
424_Teacher leadership for progressive improvement in inclusive teaching practices.pdf Download Link
633_Strengthening inclusive practice of future teachers .pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

Experiences in integrating all children through data science and technology

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 11 - STEPHEN AUSTIN Room

Quick Fire
Real Time Data for Equity in Ethiopia
Rona Bronwin, DFID
Netsanet Demewoz, British Council

Quick Fire
An Intro into DFID's EdTech Research and Innovation Hub
Jamie Proctor, UK Department for International Development

Quick Fire
The Tanzanian School Information System(SIS): Capacity development of actors to achieve inclusivity
Erick Makoye, Cambridge Education / Mott MacDonald/ EQUIP-Tanzania
Saphinael Mapesa, President’s Office - Regional Administration and Local Government

Quick Fire
Promoting inclusion in the classroom through the use of low-cost Education Technology in poorly-resourced schools
Gbenga Ishola, Cambridge Education

Quick Fire
Tracking teachers’ professional development
Kathryn Cooper, Save the Children

CHAIR: Hannah Graham
372‑Promoting inclusion in the classroom through the use of low-cost Education Technology in poorly-resourced schools.pdf Download Link
452_An Intro into DFID's EdTech Research and Innovation Hub.pdf Download Link
473_Real Time Data for Equity in Ethiopia.pdf Download Link
576_The Tanzanian School Information System- SIS.pdf Download Link
624_Tracking teachers’ professional development.pdf Download Link
Education Technology & Data

All tech, no action? It's not the complexity of the tech, it's what you do with the data that counts

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 14

Symposium
All tech, no action? It’s not the complexity of the tech, it’s what you do with the data that counts
Rachel Booth, Girls Education Challenge Fund Manager - PWC
Mike Mutungi, I Choose - Life Africa
Mark Carrew, Leonard Cheshire
Ian Attfield, DFID
Mark Rotich, Education Development Trust

DISCUSSANT: Nidhi Singal
CHAIR: Ian Attfield
410_All tech, no action.pdf Download Link
Conflict and Crisis

Local civil society leadership and inclusive education coordination in conflict and crisis

01:30 PM 03:00 PM Room 15

Symposium
Local civil society leadership and inclusive education coordination in conflict and crisis
Anthony Nolan, Global Education Cluster
Juliet Kyoshabire Kotonya, Save the Children Denmark

CHAIR: Kate Moriarty
569_Local civil society leadership and inclusive education coordination in conflict and crisis.pdf Download Link

Tea

03:00 PM 03:30 PM North School and Quod Marquee

Plenary Session

Closing Plenary

03:30 PM 05:00 PM South School

A future vision for inclusive education
Our schools’ journey to inclusive education
Andria Zafirakou: Global Teacher prize winner 2018 “
Panel discussion:
What should inclusive education systems look like in the future and how do we get there?
Panellists will reflect on the conference, and give their perspectives on how education systems globally can become more inclusive
Panel:
Andria Zafirakou
Nidhi Singal,
Professor of Disability and Inclusive Education, University of Cambridge
Moses Oketch,Professor of international education policy and development at the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education Director of the Centre for Education and International Development (EID)
Colin Bangay, Senior Education Advisor, DFID Sierra Leone
Discussion facilitator: Ritula Shah, BBC
Conference closing remarks: Keith Lewin , Chair of the board of UKFIET Trustees, Emeritus Professor, University of Sussex

CHAIR: Ruth Naylor

Speakers

Conference Closes

05:00 PM 06:00 PM

Dinner for New College Residents

07:00 PM 08:00 PM Dining Hall, New College