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EdQual representatives participating in British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) conference September 2010

EdQual representatives Angeline Barrett, Jolly Rubagiza, Leon Tikly and Dorothy Phumbwe will be presenting on a variety of topics at the conference set to take place at the University of East Anglia, Norwich 10-12 September 2010.

  • Angeline M. Barrett - Teacher professionalism in low income settings: a social justice perspective
  • Jolly Rubagiza - Do girls stand to be disadvantaged when it comes to ICT use inside and outside school? A case of Rwanda
  • Leon Tikly and Angeline Barrett - Understanding the Quality of Education in Low Income Countries: Towards a Social Justice Approach
  • Dorothy Phumbwe - Mobilisation of resources and their utilization by public Secondary Schools in Tanzania - equity considerations

See the conference website for further information.