PROGRAMME

CONGRESS AGENDA

Time Sun 23 Mon 24 Tue 25 Wed 26 Thu 27 Fri 28
9:00-10:45 WCCES Meeting OPENING SESSION
Presidential Address
Panel 2
Fifty Years After Angicos. Paulo Freire, Popular Education and the Struggle
for a Better World.
Miguel PEREYRA Cosmopolitanism, history and schooling in the late modern world: the origins of the study of educational systems in teacher education Panel 5
Education investment and equity: economic contributions to comparative education
Sondra HALE
Postcolonialism, social movements and gender in a new world.
C O F F E E – B R E A K
11:00-12:30 Opening Conference
Bernardo KLIKSBERG
Development and education for new times
Panel Highlighted 1
New times for education assessment: a regional gaze
Parallel Session 3   Parallel Session 6 Panel Highlighted 7
Europe: Paradigm of supranational policies on education and cooperation
Parallel Session 9 Parallel Session 12
12:30-13:30 L U N C H
13:30-15:00 WCCES Meeting - Parallel Session 1 Ibero American Comparative Education SocietiesMeeting Panel Highlighted 2
Reflections on CE in Asia and the Pacific.
Parallel Session4 WCCES Meeting Panel Highlighted 5
Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities. I
Parallel Session 7 Panel Highlighted 8
North American perspectives on Comparative Education and the study of educational systems. Discussions and prospectives.
Parallel Session 10 Parallel Session 13
15:15-16:45 Workshop 1
SITEAL
Parallel Session 2 Panel Highlighted 3
Innovation on ICT incorporation in education
Parallel Session 5
Panel Highlighted 6
Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities. II
Parallel Session 8 Panel Highlighted 9
Voices, views, issues and Comparative Education research across Africa
Parallel Paralela 11 WCCES GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Workshop 2
EC Journals
16:45-17:15 C O F F E E – B R E A K
17:15-18:45 Panel 1
Institutional reconfiguration of CE field: New voices, new societies
Panel 3
Revisiting the Delors Report I
Panel 4
World Culture Re-Contextualized
Panel 6
Democratization of education systems: educational policies for new times and new actors
Noche Youth OrchestraWelcome Cocktail Argentine Music National Orchestra “Juan de Dios Filiberto” Gala DinnerTANGO PORTEÑO National Folk Balletwith Peteco Carabajal

PLENARY SESSIONS

OPENING SESSION New Times, New Voices. Comparative Perspectives for Education.
Participants
  • Alberto Sileoni (Minister of Education, Argentina)
  • Qian Tang (Assistant Director – General for Education, UNESCO)
  • Darío Pulfer (Ibero American States Organization, Regional Director)
  • Wing On Lee (WCCES, President)
  • Norberto Fernández Lamarra (SAECE, President)
  • Rubén Hallú (Buenos Aires University, President)
  • Alberto Barbieri (School of Economics/UBA, Dean)
  • Aníbal Jozami (Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, President)
Date & Time Monday 24 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.
Room Auditorium
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Name Bernardo KLIKSBERG
Institution UNDP – Buenos Aires University, Argentina
Conference Title Development and Education for new times
Chair Alberto Sileoni (Minister of Education, Argentina)
Date Monday 24 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.
Room Auditorium
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Panel 1 Institutional reconfiguration of comparative education field: New voices, new societies.
Coordination and comments María Manzon (National Institute of Education, Singapore)
Participants
  • Willibroad Dze-Ngwa (AFRICE, Cameroon)
  • Chanita Rukspollmuang (CESA, Thailand)
  • Marco Aurelio Navarro Leal (SOMEC, Mexico)
  • Chanita Rukspollmuang (CESA, TAILANDIA)
Date & Time Monday 24 / 17:15 – 18:45Hs.
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Panel 2 Fifty Years After Angicos. Paulo Freire, Popular Education and the Struggle for a Better World that is Possible
Coordination and comments Clementina Acedo (IBE, UNESCO)
Participants
  • Carlos Alberto Torres (University of California at Los Angeles, USA)
  • José E. Romão (Uninove, Brazil)
  • Nelly Stromquist (University of Maryland, EE.UU)
  • Anne Hickling-Hudson (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
Date & Time Tuesday 25 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.
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Panel 3  Revisiting the Delors Report 
Coordination and comments Mark Bray (University of Hong Kong -UNESCO)
Participants
  • Sobhi Tawil (UNESCO)
  • Ruksana Osman (University of the Witwatersrand, Sudafrica)
  • Ruwaida Abu Rass (Beit Berl College, Israel)
  • Clementina Acedo (OEI-UNESCO)
Date & Time Tuesday 25 / 17:15 – 18:45Hs
Room Auditorium
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Name Miguel PEREYRA
Institution University of Granada, Spain
Conference Title Cosmopolitanism, History and Schooling in the Late Modern World: The Origins of the Study of Educational Systems in Teacher Education.
Coordinator Dario Pulfer (Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos, Director Regional)
Date & Time Wednesday 26 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.
Room Auditorium
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Panel 4 World Culture Re-Contextualized
Coordination and comments Jürgen Schriewer / Humboldt University, Germany
Participants
  • Gita Steiner-Khamsi (Columbia University, USA.)
  • Barbara Schulte (Lund University, Sweden)
  • Julia Resnik (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
Date & Time Wednesday 26 / 17:15 – 18:45hs.
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Panel 5 Education investment and equity: economic contributions to o
Coordination and comments José Luis Giusti (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Participants
  • Ana María García de Fanelli (CEDES, Argentina)
  • Oscar Cetrángolo (Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean)
  • Javier Curcio (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)
Date & Time Thursday 27 / 9:00 – 10:45hs.
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Panel 6 Democratization of education systems: educational policies for new times and actors
Coordination and comments María Catalina Nosiglia (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina).
Participants
  • Juan Carlos Tedesco (Universidad Nacional de General San Martín, Argentina)
  • Norberto Fernández Lamarra (UNTREF – SAECE – WCCES, Argentina)
  • Liu Baocun (Beijing Normal University, China)
  • Luis Lázaro Lorente (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
Date & Time Thursday 27 / 17:15 – 18:45hs.
Room Auditorium
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Name Sondra HALE
Institution University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Conference Title Postcolonialism,social movements and Gender in a new world.
Chair Christine Fox (University of Wollongong, Australia – WCCES
Date & Time Friday 28 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.
Room Auditorium
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PARALELL SESSIONS: HIGHLIGHTED PANELS & WORKSHOPS

Workshop 1 SITEAL / Information System on Educational Trends in Latin America
Chair International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCOIbero American States Organization (OEI)
Date & Time Monday24 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.
Room SUM
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Ibero American Comparative Education Societies Meeting
Date & Time Tuesday 25 / 13:30 – 16:45Hs.
Room Auditorium
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Highlighted Panel 1 New times for education assessment: a regional gaze
Chair Marisa Díaz (Ministry ofEducation – Argentina)
Participants
  • Mario Rueda Beltrán (UNAM, México)
  • Margarita Poggi (IIPE/UNESCO, Argentina)
  • Lilia Toranzos (OEI, Argentina)
  • Pedro Ravela  (Instituto de Evaluación Educativa, Uruguay)
  • Luiz Cláudio Costa  (Instituto Nacional de Estudios e Pesquisas Educacionais, Brazil)
Date & Time Tuesday25 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.
Room Salón de Actos
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Highlighted Panel 2 Reflections on Comparative Education in Asia and the Pacific: looking forward to XVI WCCES Congress.
Chair Wing On Lee (National Institute of Education, Singapur)
Participants
  • Rui Yang (University of Hong Kong, China)
  • Ru-Jer Wang and Yueh-Chun Huang (National Chiayi University, Taiwán)
  • Anthony Welch (University of Sidney, Australia)
  • Otsuka Yutaka (Hiroshima University, Japón)
  • Yingjie Wang (Beijing Normal University, China)
Date & Time Tuesday 25 / 13:30 – 15:00.
Room Salón de Actos
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Highlighted Panel 3 Innovation on ICT incorporation in education
Chair Verónica Piovani (Teacher Training National Institute, Argentina)
Participants
  • Sandro Marcone (Ministry of Education, Peru)
  • Luis Garibaldi (Ceibal Childhood and Youth Support Center, Uruguay)
  • Aleida Rodriguez (Camaina Project, Venezuela)
  • Silvina Gvirtz (Conectar Igualdad Program, Argentina)
Date & Time Martes 25 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.
Room Salón de Actos
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Workshop 2 Generation and
Dissemination of Knowledge in the Field of Comparative Education. The View of Scientific/Scholarly Journal Editors.
Chair Jorge Delgado Troncoso (University of Pittsburgh, Estados Unidos)
Date & Time Tuesday 25 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.
Room SUM
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WCCES Executive Committee Meeting
Date & Time Wednesday 26 / 13:30 -
16:45Hs.
Room Auditorium
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Highlighted Panel 5 Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities in comparative perspective (Part I).
Chair Hong Sheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
Participants
  • Timo Aareevara (University of Helsinki, Finland)
  • Glen Jones (UNiversity of Toronto, Canadá)
  • Futao Huang (University of Hiroshima, Japan)
  • Charl Woulhuter (North-West University, South Africa)
Date & Time Wednesday 26 / 13:30 – 15:00.
Room SUM – 1st Floor (Old Building)
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Highlighted Panel 6 Current changes in academic profession worldwide: trends and specificities in comparative perspective (Part II)
Chair Mónica Marquina (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)
Participants
  • Rui Santiago, Teresa Carvalho and Sofía Sousa (University of Aveiro & CIPES, Portugal)
  • Hong Shen, Liu Zhiyuan and Qinggen Zhang  (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
  • Mariela Ferreiro y Mónica Marquina (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina)
Date & Time Wednesday 26 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.
Room Salón de Actos
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Highlighted Panel 7 Europe: Paradigm of supranational policies on education and cooperation
Chair Luis Lázaro Lorente (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
Participants
  • Alfonso Diestro Fernández / UNED, Spain
  • Javier Valle López (Madrid Autonomous University, Spain)
  • Iveta Silova (Lehigh University, Pensilvania, USA)
  • Noah W. Sobe (Loyola University, Chicago, USA – EU Office)
Date & Time Thursday 27 / 11:00 – 12:30hs.
Room Auditorium
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Highlighted Panel 8 North American perspectives on Comparative Education and the study of educational systems. Discussions and prospectives.
Chair Aaron Benavot (University at Albany, SUNY, USA)
Participants
  • Stephen Klees (University of Maryland, USA)
  • David Baker (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
  • Gita Steiner-Khamsi (Teachers College, Columbia, USA)
Date & Time Thursday 27 / 13:30 – 15:00Hs.
Room Auditorium
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Highlighted Destacado 9
Voices, views, issues and Comparative Education research across Africa
Chair Diane Napier (University of Georgia, USA – WCCES)
Participants
  • Crain Soudien (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
  • Hermenegilde Rwantabagu (University of Burundi, Burundi)
  • Nagwa Megahed (American University in Cairo & Ain Shams University, Egypt)
  • Manuel Mojisola and Afoma Okudo (University of Lagos, Nigeria)
Date & Time Thursday 27 / 15:15 – 16:45Hs.
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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Name Bernardo KLIKSBERG
Institution UNDP – Universidad de Buenos Aires
Coordinator Alberto Sileoni / Ministro de Educación de la República
Argentina
Date Monday 24 / 11:00 – 12:30Hs.
Title Development and Education for new times
Kliksberg Bernardo Kliksberg is Doctor of Economics and social scientist, recognized around the world as the founder of a new discipline, social management, and a pioneer of development ethics, social capital and corporate social responsibility. He is Professor at Buenos Aires University and Special Advisor to the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP).He is an Argentine, named as Buenos Aires City Illustrious Citizen, with 5 academic degrees and dozens of honorary doctorate by universities in multiple countries. Kliksberg is the author of 55 books and hundreds of works; his most recent and internationally disseminated are mentioned “How to cope with poverty and inequality?” And  “Ethics for entrepreneurs” both in 2013, as well as  the international bestseller “People First” (19 editions) written with the Nobel Laureate in Economics Amartya Sen, “Ethical Scandals”, and “More ethics, more development” (19 editions).His books, papers, advisory work, and research, applies an interdisciplinary approach integrating contributions of different social sciences. He is considered “one of the chief experts in the world in the fight against poverty”. He has been an advisor to more than 30 countries and institutions, among them the UN, UNDP, UNESCO, UNICEF, ILO, WHO, OAS and  PHO, among others.Among other recent distinctions the University of Buenos Aires has paid tribute to him by naming him a “Great Professor”, has been awarded with  Spanish Order of Civil Merit, Special Senior Counselor of the  Academy of Soft Sciences of China and the Argentine Senate gave him his highest honor, the Domingo Faustino Sarmiento award. He is current candidate for Asturias Prince Award.Kliksberg is currently President of the Ibero-American Network of Universities for Corporate Social Responsibility (composed of 250 universities from 23 different countries), President of the Ibero-American network of Universities for Social Entrerpreneurship (integrated by 75 Universities of 15 countries), he manages the UNASUR international training program of young leaders, and General Director of the program for development of young professor in economics and management for an “economy with a human face”, established in 27 Argentine universities, in Peru, and in Uruguay. He is also President of the Center for business social responsibility and social capital of Buenos Aires University.

 

Name Miguel PEREYRA
Institution University of Granada, Spain
Coordinator Dario Pulfer, Regional Director of Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI)
Date Wednesday 26 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.
Title Cosmopolitanism, History and Schooling in the Late Modern World: The Origins of the Study of Educational Systems in Teacher Education
Kliksberg Miguel A. Pereyra is Professor of Comparative Education at the University of Granada (Spain) and he has been President of the Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE, 2008-2012). He has a PhD. in Education at the University of Valencia (Spain) and postdoctoral studies at Teachers College (Columbia University, USA). He has been visiting professor at the Humboldt University (1997-1998), Tinker Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1999), Fulbright Senior Scholar at the University of Indiana-Indianapolis (2000) and recently (2012) Professor at the University Freiburg.He has been honored with the distinction Harold Noah Award in International and Comparative Education at Teachers College (Columbia University, USA).He was one of the TSER Project Main researchers “Education Governance and Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Europe” (European Commission).He was Director of the Revista de Educación (Spain), Education and Knowledge Collection of Editorial Pomares (Barcelona / Mexico) and, since 2008, the Octahedron Editorial Collection of Comparative and International Education. He is also current co-editor of the Comparative and International Education Series: a Diversity of Voices, published by Sense Publishers (Holland) and member of many editorial boards in Spain and abroad of magazines like the London Review of Education, the Spanish Journal of Comparative Education Educational Proposal, I Problemi della Pedagogy and Education Policy Analysis Archives.His research interests focus on the areas of comparative education and social and cultural theory applied to education, as reflected in their texts, written both in Spanish and English. Among his most important publications include the following:

  • Pisa under Examination: Changing Knowledge, Changing Tests, and Changing Schools (with HG Kotthoff & R. Cowen) (and CESE Sense Publishers, 2012).
  • “Social Change and Configurations of Rhetoric: Schooling and Social Exclusion-Inclusion in Educational Reform in Contemporary Spain” (with Juan Carlos Gonzalez Faraco, Antonio Luzon & Monica Torres), in International Handbook of Comparative Education (2009).
  • “The experience of PISA in Germany”. Teachers. Journal of curriculum and teacher training (2009, Hans Georg Kotthoff).
  • Changing Knowledge and Education. Communities, Mobilities and New Policies in Global Societies (2008).

 

 

Name Sondra HALE
Institution University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Coordinator Christine Fox / University of Wollongong (Australia) – WCCES
Date Friday 28 / 9:00 – 10:45Hs.
Title Postcolonialism, social movements and Gender in a new world.
Hale Sondra Hale is Research Professor and Professor Emerita of Anthropology and Gender Studies and co-Director, Center for Near Eastern Studies, 2012-2013, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Prof. Hale received her Ph.D. in Anthropology; M.A. in African Studies; and B.A. in English Literature from UCLA.Prof. Hale is past Co-editor of The Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies; former Chair of Gender Studies and ex- Co-Chair of Islamic Studies (UCLA). She has also taught at the University of Khartoum (Sudan).Hale has published books, nearly 100 articles and book chapters; and delivered dozens of papers and lectures all over the world, a number of which were keynote addresses. Among her publications are Gender Politics in Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, and the State (translated into Arabic in 2011) and many works on the gendered topics of migrating epistemologies, gendered war, conflict, and genocide; the politics of memory; social movements; international gender studies; gender and citizenship; diaspora studies; cultural studies, and academic freedom. Her regional interests are in the Middle East and Africa, focusing mainly on Sudan and Eritrea.Prof. Hale is founder and coordinator of California Scholars for Academic Freedom, a coalition of nearly 200 academics from over 20 institutions of higher education in California. She has been active for decades in civil rights campaigns, anti-war movements, labor union activities, and feminist and people of color movements. Her activism against racism has been a significant component of her life, as well as her support of Sudanese dissidents.Prof. Hale has been the recipient of a number of awards and honors as the Fair and Open Academic Environment Award from the UCLA Academic Senate and other ones from National Science Foundation, American Association of University Women, National Endowment for the Humanities and Fulbright. Twice she was given an award for courage as well as an award for scholarship on the arts; and numerous other awards for service.Her favorite awards are: a Life-Time Scholarly Achievement Award from the Association for Middle East Women’s Studies; an award “In Recognition and Appreciation of Her 50 Years of Commitment and Valuable Contributions in Support of the Sudanese Women’s Movement” a Life-Time Achievement Award by the Sudan Studies Association. Next year (2014) she has been named Distinguished Lecturer at Yale to celebrate 10 Years of the Journal of Middle Eastern Women’s Studies.

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