CODE’s Director of International Programs, Hila Olyan, and Firas Elfarr, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, participated in The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Annual Meeting in Atlanta Georgia from March 5-9, 2017.
CODE's Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator, Firas Elfarr presenting at CIES 2017.
CODE expert-volunteer, Dr. Charles Temple speaking to attendees at CIES 2017.
CODE gave two presentations – Reading CODE - Assessing a Comprehensive Readership Initiative in Tanzania (with CODE expert-volunteer Charles Temple co-presenting) and Reading Kenya Breaks New Ground in Literacy Education in Kajiado County – presented by CODE's Kenyan experts Dr. Adelheid Bwire from Kenyatta University and Dr. George Andima from Kisii University.
Dr. Adelheid Bwire from Kenyatta University in Nairobi presenting at CIES 2017.
Dr. George Andima from Kisii University in Kenya speaking at CIES 2017.
The CIES was founded in 1956 to foster cross-cultural understanding, scholarship, academic achievement and societal development through the international study of educational ideas, systems, and practices. The Society’s members include over 3000 academics, students, practitioners, and policymakers from around the world.
CODE was very pleased to hear Deputy Director of Education for Global Affairs Canada, Julia Dicum, mention CODE’s Reading Kenya program in her presentation.
For more info about CIES visit www.cies2017.org/cies-2017/