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Illustration for news: General Assembly of International Academy of Education Meets at HSE Moscow

General Assembly of International Academy of Education Meets at HSE Moscow

On May 23-24, following the Days of the International Academy of Education held earlier this week, the General Assembly of the International Academy of Education took place at HSE University Moscow.  The assembly brings together education researchers and experts from all over the world, and this is the first time that the biannual meeting was held in Russia. Over the course of two days, members discussed joint projects and publications and met newly inducted members who had the opportunity to introduce themselves and present their research. Members also took part in small group discussions on a variety of topics, including digital literacy and math education.

Illustration for news: Odds of Success

Odds of Success

How engagement in student clubs helps undergraduates find good employment

Illustration for news: Impact of Education Quality Research on System Policy Is Not as Significant as You Might Think

Impact of Education Quality Research on System Policy Is Not as Significant as You Might Think

At a seminar held at HSE as part of the Days of the International Academy of Education in Moscow, Professor Gustavo E. Fischman (University of Arizona) likened international comparative studies of education quality to horse racing and discussed how these studies do not have as significant an impact on educational policy as is commonly believed.

Illustration for news: IOE Welcomes World-distinguished Academics to Exchange Perspectives on Global Education Policy

IOE Welcomes World-distinguished Academics to Exchange Perspectives on Global Education Policy

On May 20, Days of the International Academy of Education kicked off at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. Experts from all over the world who focus on global education policy trends will meet up across a number of HSE venues to engage in vibrant, multi-format networking, including lectures, workshops, Q&A sessions, etc. They will share their experience with Russian researchers, instructors and policymakers over the course of three days.

Illustration for news: World Experts Discuss Education for Sustainability at CIES 2019

World Experts Discuss Education for Sustainability at CIES 2019

San Francisco, the U.S. has recently welcomed a superb cohort of international researchers, institutional leaders and policymakers to engage in multi-prism discussions on the role of education in the Global Sustainability Agenda as part of the 63rd annual Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference. A team of 16 experts from IOE representing the Institute’s various R&D units and dimensions of expertise traveled to San Francisco this year to speak at CIES 2019.

“In this mini-course, we’ve learned a great deal about what essentially spurs and what hinders educational reforms”

Harry Patrinos, Practice Manager for Europe and Central Asia at the World Bank Education, was visiting IOE this spring to lecture on what tops the international agenda in the economics of education and education policy. In between his talks, we asked the IOE faculty and students who attended for their firsthand impressions of this mini-course. 

Illustration for news: Gender Inequality in Academia

Gender Inequality in Academia

Sticky Floor, Glass Ceiling and Other Problems

Illustration for news: IOE Bolsters Partnership with Peking University

IOE Bolsters Partnership with Peking University

This spring notches another important milestone for the Institute’s partnership & networking agenda as a Memorandum of Cooperation has recently been signed between IOE and the Department of Education at Peking University.

Illustration for news: What Do Digital Traces Have to Offer for the Study of Psychological Wellbeing?

What Do Digital Traces Have to Offer for the Study of Psychological Wellbeing?

The round table on ‘Psychological Wellbeing in the Digital Age’ brought together a range of scholars and one industry professional to talk about how a user’s digital footprint—or ‘digital traces’—can be used to discern a person’s psychological state, predict their behavior, and, potentially, even improve their psychological wellbeing.

Illustration for news: ‘To Achieve Our Goals, We Need to Involve a Wide Range of Universities in National Projects’

‘To Achieve Our Goals, We Need to Involve a Wide Range of Universities in National Projects’

The role of regional and specialized institutions of higher education in achieving national development goals must increase, and leading universities will help them. This was the conclusion reached by participants of the plenary session on Russian higher education that took place as part of the XX April International Academic Conference.