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The capability approach and education research: some reflections - Professor Elaine Unterhalter (Institute of Education, University College London)

The Michaelmas 2017 edition of the REAL Centre Seminar Series (Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge) will explore topics related to the innovation, leadership, policy and specific cases of the social context of education. All welcome.
When Oct 31, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Room 2S7, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
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REAL CentreThe Faculty of Education is central to the University's mission and consistently delivers excellent results. The product of its cutting- edge teaching and research is considerable real-world impact, with its academics consulted on policy by governments throughout the world and its collaborative international projects affecting on-the-ground change. The REAL Centre is capitalising upon this strong track record, harnessing and augmenting the Faculty’s strengths and creating a critical mass of expertise in education and international development in order to drive forward its agenda. It builds on the important work undertaken previously under the Centre for Commonwealth Education and Centre for Education and International Development (CEID), notably the RECOUP program.

Please note that this seminar is part of the Michaelmas 2017 edition of the REAL Centre Seminar Series, which will explore topics related to the innovation, leadership, policy and specific cases of the social context of education. 

 

Please contact REALCentre@educ.cam.ac.uk should you have any questions.

REAL Seminar Series - Michaelmas 2017

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