CIES 2018 Conference in Mexico City
President-Elect of CIES Professor Regina Cortina announced that the 62nd CIES Annual Conference and Meeting will take place in Mexico City from March 25-29.
Professor Cortina (Teachers College, Columbia University), has set the 2018 conference theme as “Re-Mapping Global Education: South-North Dialogue”. This theme aims to shift the traditional starting point of research to a greater extent toward the global South.
Details of dates for submissions, registration and hotel bookings can be found here at the 2018 conference website.
CIES 2017 Conference in Atlanta
CIES held a successful annual conference March 5 through March 9 in Atlanta, Georgia. Friends and colleagues joined us from all over the world for an academic research conference to explore the theme Problematizing (In)Equality: The Promise of Comparative and International Education.
Details of sessions and speakers can be found here at the conference website.
CIES Statement in Response to January 2017 U.S. Executive Order on Immigration
The Board of Directors have issued a statement. Read it here.
Statement from CIES President & Board following US Election
Mark Bray, President of CIES and the Board of Directors have issued a statement following the US Presidential Election. Read it here.
CIES Latest NewsletterA message from Marianne A. Larsen, Editor, of CIES Perspectives: I am pleased to present to you the Winter 2017 edition of CIES Perspectives, the newsletter of the Comparative and International Education Society. I thank all of those who contributed to this edition. I hope that you enjoy reading this newsletter, find the content to be engaging and relevant, and contribute to the next issue of CIES Perspectives.
Read the Winter 2017 Newsletter here.
The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) is a scholarly association dedicated to increasing the understanding of educational issues, trends and policies through comparative, cross-cultural and international perspectives. Its nearly 2,500 individual members--researchers, analysts, practitioners and students--use different conceptual frameworks to explore topics related to education. These include a focus on schools, students, teachers and administrators, and on issues spanning early childhood and basic education to secondary and higher education, as well as non-formal education and life-long learning.
Since its founding in 1956 as the first comparative education society in the world, the CIES has grown into a dynamic professional association. Nearly half its members are younger scholars and practitioners who are learning to apply theories and methods of the social sciences and history to address the world’s most intractable educational problems. The CIES also sponsors an outstanding peer-reviewed journal in the field, the Comparative Education Review.