Recent Blog Posts

  • classroom in rural Uzbekistan

    Education and national identity in Uzbekistan: An analysis of ‘Tarbiya’ textbooks through a post-structuralist lens

  • Meeting room with empty chairs

    Re-imagining and re-bordering conference spaces and edges: anticipatory reflections from the coordinators of BAICE 2024’s Borderless sub-theme

  • Looking at ‘Education for All: The Case of Tagore’s Alternative Education

  • Group photo of Syrian academics and researchers in the UK

    Launching the Syrian Academics and Researchers Network in the UK

  • Image of destruction in Gaza

    What does ethical solidarity look like for academic professional bodies in times of unfolding genocide?

  • Jigsaw puzzle

    Accreditation outcomes and the voices of teaching staff

Recent News

  • Compare Fellowship 2024-2025: Call for Applications

    Compare is a leading journal of international and comparative education, publishing eight issues a year of high-quality articles on diverse issues of educational policy and practice around the world. It is the official journal of the British Association of International and Comparative Education (BAICE), which works to support activities of research, teaching and collaboration in […]
  • Special Journal Collection on Palestine and Israel

    COMPARE concurs with the recently published statement by the British Association of International and Comparative Education (BAICE), acknowledging the continuous grief in our community in the face of the injury, death and displacement of thousands of lives in Palestine and Israel. As the official journal of BAICE, we therefore echo the association’s stance by recognising our role […]