Education for sustainability: Creative’s expert insights at CIES 2019
April 9, 2019
More than a dozen education experts from Creative will share evidence-based practices for achieving sustainable, scalable education reform at this year’s Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) conference in San Francisco, April 14-18. Check here for updates as panelists discuss innovative approaches and lessons learned to support education gains and the journey to self-reliance in complex environments.
For a full schedule of Creative’s panels, including panelists, times and locations, click here. Visit booths 16,17 and 18 to talk to our education experts and recruiters.
Still reflecting on what you learned at CIES? These seven quotes summarize some of the education conference’s most meaningful panels and will keep you thinking about ways to bring lessons learned back to your work.
At this year’s CIES Conference, experts discussed the challenges, recent gains and opportunities for Nigeria’s education sector, with a special focus on how early grade reading activities are being monitored and measured.
Decades of research show that children best learn to read in a language they understand and use, but it has taken extended and sometimes heated discussion to adopt mother-tongue education in many countries due to the politics of language.
Many governments are increasingly prioritizing education quality and early grade reading reform. Experts outline what these countries will need to be successful after international partners and assistance have been phased out.
Vice President of Education Eileen St. George will draw from her decades of global education experience for a roundtable discussion on “Pathways to self-reliance and sustainability” at the CIES conference.
More than a dozen education experts from Creative will share evidence-based practices for achieving sustainable, scalable education reform at this year’s CIES conference in San Francisco — the premier education conference in the industry.