If you live in Cambridge long enough, you’ll probably run into what my cohort lovingly calls “Mr. Turkey” sometime. Recently, my cohort had a lively discussion about him and we all shared our best shots of him happily roaming the streets of Cambridge. I leave you with some of my favorite shots of Mr. Turkey: … More Why did the turkey cross the road?
Education for Syrian refugees, educational inequality in South Africa, and teacher professionalism reform in Chile were some of the very engaging (and often difficult) topics discussed at the Global Education Conference held at HGSE. This day long affair not only served as a platform for inspiring and thought-provoking ideas, but also as a call to … More Global Education Conference at HGSE
I remember that around this time last year I attended one of my first virtual information sessions for the International Education Policy Master’s program. I was excited to have the opportunity to ask current students many burning questions about the application process. Of these, I wanted to know how I can ‘stand out’ and make … More Writing from the Heart
“You have the most difficult choice […] and that is whether you are going to submit to prostitution to get the money you need to feed your younger brother or not.” Sitting in my class last week, A-816 – Education in Armed Conflict, I broke the promise I made to myself and I felt my … More Amandla!