Compare is the official journal of the British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) and has six issues per year. It publishes high quality research covering a wide range of issues and geographical areas which are of international significance within international and comparative education. In recent years its readership … Read more →
BAICE are delighted to announce that Jing Kun Bai, Sayaka Hashimoto and Nozomi Sakata, all from the Institute of Education, UCL, have each been awarded a £2500 contribution towards their doctoral fieldwork expenses in the inaugural round of the BAICE Student Travel Bursary Scheme. Their proposals described well-organised, realistically costed … Read more →
BAICE welcomes proposals for two types of research funding: Building Research Capacity and Networks Seedcorn Applications for grants of up to £5,000 are welcome from researchers at UK-based research institutions in research areas that align with BAICE’s aims to: promote research, policy and development in all aspects of international and … Read more →
Achieving equity and quality in learning: Comparative perspectives September 12th-14th 2016, University of Nottingham, UK The BAICE 2016 Conference Committee invites proposals for papers that explore the continued problematique of how to define, identify and assess ‘quality’ learning. In the light of the Sustainable Development Goal commitment to ‘quality lifelong … Read more →
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.
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 President, Prof. Kenneth King, will be talking about education, learning and the new Sustainable Development Goals in his Presidential Address at the UKFIET Confernce, titled “The Global Targeting of Education and Skill: Policy History and Comparative Perspective’. All conference participants are warmly welcome to listen the address onWednesday 16th … Read more →
Wednesday is BAICE day at the UKFIET 2015 in Oxford, 15-17th September. Support BAICE by turning up to these events: 4pm, South School Prof. Kenneth King will be delivering the BAICE presidential address, titled “The Global Targeting of Education and Skilll: Policy History and Comparative Perspective”. Annual General Meeting, 6-7 pm in New College, Lecture Room. Wine and nibbles … Read more →
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 →
Event organisers of an Advanced Doctoral Workshop invite BAICE Student Members to attend ‘Participatory Research Approaches in Global Contexts’ on Friday 26 June. Find full details on our events page and the Workshop Homepage.