EPE Grad Students and Faculty Present at CIES Conference

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The Department of Educational Policy Studies & Evaluation was well represented by our graduate students and faculty at the Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society this past week in Washington, D.C.

Sheryl Means, PhD student in Education Sciences, presented her paper, “Inequality in Brazilian Schools: Examining Salvador, Bahia,” at the Youth and Inequality Dissertation Workshop. Another graduate student, Qi Xiaoliang (PhD student in Higher Education), presented a paper with Dr. Beth Goldstein, “Impact of Structural Issues on Chinese Visiting Teachers’ Instructional Practices.” Dr. Goldstein also presented her work on “Action Research for Institutional Change in Indonesian Higher Education” through a panel session focused on “How Indonesian Higher Education Institutions Use Action Research to Lead Change.” Finally, Dr. Alan DeYoung was also a participant in the conference, serving as a Discussant on a series of panels dealing with issues in Central Asia.

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