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|Feb. 14-15: Online Days
Feb. 18-22: On-site Days in Washington DC
67th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society
IMPROVING EDUCATION FOR A MORE EQUITABLE WORLD
On-site Days in Washington, D.C.: February 18-22; Online Days: February 14-15; Meeting Break: February 16-17
To many, education remains a dream of equal opportunities for all learners, regardless of their backgrounds and contexts. Confucius advocated 2,500 years ago for education without discrimination (有教无类), a dream of education for all. This evolving vision was renewed right after WWII by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights stipulating that everyone has the right to education. Although pioneers like the minority woman leader Patsy Mink have long envisioned equal education with persevering efforts for the United States, the realities in the country and worldwide do not reflect this dream.