Dr. Kate Rousmaniere (Miami University Ohio) will speak on “How I Got Sent to the Principal’s Office: Research in the History of Education and School Leadership” on Monday, February 17th, at 6 pm in Corboy Law Center, Room 105. The principal is the most mis-understood person in all of education. Perceived by individuals and popular […]
Be sure to join the newly reconstituted CEPS Graduate Student Association (CGSA) for its first meeting of the New Year. Pizza will be served at this Spring semester launching meeting! Come on Monday, January 13 from 6-7pm in Lewis Towers 1030.
In addition to regularly offering the introductory or first-tier courses in each of our areas of concentration (sociology of education, history of education, philosophy of education and comparative education) CEPS tries to offer a rich, rotating menu of advanced seminars addressing — and often interdisciplinarily crossing — each of these areas. For most accurate course […]
The Center for Comparative Education is pleased to welcome Professor Kazuhisa Fujimoto of Keio University (Japan) …
Highlights include student projects, CEPS faculty assuming leadership positions in professional associations, conferences and film screenings at Loyola, calls for papers, jobs …
CEPS professor Kate Phillippo is the co-author of a new research brief released by Chicagoland Researchers and Advocates for Transformative Education (CReATE). This brief focuses on the proposed school closures in the Chicago Public School (CPS) system. If CPS follows the city’s Commission on School Utilization recommendation from earlier this month, 80 CPS neighborhood schools […]
Congratulations to CEPS Professor Tavis Jules and a team of students who have guest-edited an issue of Current Issues in Comparative Education (CICE), one of the leading journals in the field of comparative and international education. The issue dealt with education in small states in a number of innovative and creative ways. For their contributions […]
Highlights include planned courses for summer and fall terms of 2013, symposium and forum opportunities, calls for papers, and two employment opportunities.