BAICE 2015 Presidential Address Published

Kenneth King’s 2015 BAICE Presidential Address has been published on the BAICE website. The address was given at the UKFIET Conference held in Oxford. A revised copy of the address will appear in Compare, however, there previous link is to Professor King’s draft address.

2016 BAICE Conference at Nottingham

The 2016 BAICE Conference will be 12-14 September 2016 at the University of Nottingham. The Conference theme will be ‘Achieving and Sustaining Quality Learning’. How can diverse stakeholders work together to improve the quality of learning? What impact do global agendas have, positively or negatively, on practices within education systems and in the classroom? … Read more →

BAICE co-hosts GMR Launch

BAICE partnered with The Forum to host the Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report launch on June 10, 2015 at University College London, Institute of Education. Our Executive Committee Chair, Caroline Dyer, hosted a session of interesting debate and Angeline Barrett, Executive Committee Member, participated in the panel discussion. … Read more →

Research Ethics in International and Comparative Education: A BAICE Thematic Forum

This BAICE Thematic Forum has been put together by Dr Lizzi Milligan (University of Bath), Professor Qing Gu & Professor Simon McGrath (University of Nottingham), Professor Michael Crossley & Professor Leon Tikly (University of Bristol) and Dr Nidhi Singal (University of Cambridge). The ethics of working in cross-cultural contexts is … Read more →

Journals on offer

Volumes of the following journals are being made available by long standing BAICE member and former Director of Education Commonwealth Secretariat, Peter Williams.  These must be picked up before mid March from Peter’s Dorking, Surrey home or – by mutual arrangement – in Central London.  They will be provided free … Read more →

BAICE Welcomes Student Representative, Arif Naveed

BAICE welcomes Arif Naveed to the position of BAICE Student Representative! Arif is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge. His doctoral research explores the role that education plays in disrupting the intergenerational transmission of poverty in rural Pakistan and contributes to social mobility. Contact: man48@cam.ac.uk Arif takes over from Helen Hannah … Read more →