You are warmly invited to submit a Written Response to the CIES 2023 Theme Improving Education for a More Equitable World. This is a 3,000-word essay addressing anything meaningful around the theme, covering one or more of the three broad areas, i.e., improvement and equity (and social justice) in comparative/international education. You are also encouraged to touch on one of our Thematic Guiding Questions or any other critical questions regarding the CIES 2023 theme.
All submissions should be sent as a MS Word attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org, with Written Response in your Subject line. Please follow APA style with a cover page including your full name, passport-style photo, affiliations, title for your written response, and a complete reference list ending your essay. By your submission, you authorize CIES to publicize the information in the cover page together with your Written Response.
As a by-product, Written Responses will be planned for an edited volume or a special issue after our annual gathering in 2023!
The following are among those that have been submitted to CIES 2023 in the initial stage of this Call for Written Responses. We appreciate very much the diverse and inspiring ideas, perspectives and provocations brought by these authors!
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- Learning Losses During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Understanding Increased Learning Disparities by Anna Alejo, Robert Jenkins, and Haogen Yao
- Universalization and After? Fighting for equitable higher education in Taiwan by Sheng-Ju Chan
- Comparative and International Education: Reflecting on Extractivismo, Epistemic Genocide, and Theoretical Colonialism by José Cossa
- Improving Education for a More Equitable World by Ratna Ghosh
- Realities and Perspectives: Improving Education for a More Equitable World by Mark Ginsburg
- Addressing Ethical Issues in Contemporary International Education & Development by Jessi Hanson-Defusco and Sakil Malik
- Global Governance of Improving Education for a More Equitable World by Kazuo Kuroda
- Improving Education for a More Equitable World from the Perspectives of Lifelong Learning by Wing On Lee
- Educational Improvement to Whose Images? A Coloniality Perspective of Higher Education Policy in Taiwan by Jingwun Liang
- Educating and Embodying Deep Values for a More Equitable World for both Humans and Beyond Humans by Jing Lin, Shue-Kei Joanna Mok, and Virginia Gomes
- Diplomacy, Technology, and Virtual Intellectual Migration: Indispensable Nexus for Fostering Global Equity by Beverly Lindsay
- Developing a Triple System Integrating Academic, Professional and Vocational Degrees by Baocun Liu, Tengteng Zhuang, and Jun Teng
- Addressing Democratic Issues in an Era of Education Capitalism: Educating for Sustainable and Cohesive Societies by Régis Malet
- Enhancing Quality Education as an Equalizer in the Modern World by Walter Odondi
- Peace Education for an Equitable World by Jae Park
- How To Reduce Educational Inequality Between Urban and Rural Regions in China: Evidence from Field Experiments by Tong Ru
- Universalization on Equity, Improvement, Measurements, and More by Leonardo Salvatore
- What I Learned from a Nepalese Student: Inclusion and Equity in Education by Miki Sugimura
- Can We Achieve Equitable Learning Beyond Hierarchical Measurement? Challenges in the Era of Lifelong Learning by Shoko Yamada
Disclaimer: Written Responses published on the CIES 2023 Website are all submitted voluntarily by their respective authors. The views expressed here are the author’s and do not necessarily represent those of CIES.