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  • Home | International Comparative Education
    our education policy Healing a campus post apartheid An educator fosters new era for universities in South Africa Jonathan Jansen PhD 91 has been inspiring students throughout South Africa with a lesson he learned at Stanford Aim high and think big Double discrimination Dalit women s education in modern India A talk by Dr Shailaja Paik Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati MORE NEWS Testimonials Felipe Michel Santos Araújo Braga My career trajectory in the field of education started when I was an undergraduate student majoring in Economics and Public Administration Those degrees were both oriented toward educational Jane Leer I first became interested in the role of education in international development while studying abroad in Santiago Chile as an undergraduate development studies major After completing Minahil Asim I grew up in Pakistan and before coming to Stanford spent two years in the country conducting research closely working with academics and the government in the field of education In the process MORE TESTIMONIALS FEATURED MASTER S PAPERS Linguistic Equity for All Comparing Educational Language Policies in Bolivia Sweden and the United States from 1955 to 2013 Rachel G Tripathy How Much Do Brazilian College Students Learn Analyses of Value

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  • About ICE | International Comparative Education
    countries The program provides a strong theoretical and empirical base for studying education in a rapidly changing global context and for understanding the how and why of successful policy making to improve educational practice in different social settings In both its training and research activities ICE has developed a special concern for the study of education in less developed countries At the same time several faculty are engaged in research comparing educational policies and conditions in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD countries The relationships among educational research educational policy and educational planning are important in the program s intellectual agenda In both its doctoral and master s programs ICE tries to meet the needs of professionals who are willing to question conventional beliefs and models about the role of education in society To this end ICE has developed a basic first year core sequence ED 306 A B C D that seeks to apply the conceptual and methodological tools of the major social science disciplines economics sociology political science and anthropology to the study of education and development The International Comparative Education Concentration ICE is housed within the Social Sciences Humanities and Interdisciplinary Policy Studies in Education

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  • Academics | International Comparative Education
    addresses educational practice in a rapidly changing global context and in both less developed and industrialized countries including the United States Learn more The Doctoral program in ICE is designed to relate a firm grounding in the theories and methods of a basic social or behavioral science to the analysis of education s role in the processes of economic growth political development and social change Learn more Stanford Graduate School

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  • Admissions | International Comparative Education
    requests and emails our faculty receive it is not possible for them to reply to all messages or to meet personally with all prospective students Program Application Stanford University admits students of either sex and any race color religion sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin to all the rights privileges programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the University It does not discriminate against students on the basis of sex race age color handicap religion sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies admissions policies scholarships and loan programs and athletic and other University administered programs The admissions committee for the ICE concentration pays particular but not exclusive attention to an applicant s previous professional and especially in the case of U S applicants intercultural experience statement of purpose and letters of recommendation Prospective applicants are urged to take the basic required tests as early as possible consideration of an application may be delayed if the test scores have not arrived Want to apply to the ICE program Please visit Stanford Graduate School of Education Admissions for a list of guidelines and forms needed to complete the application process

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  • Our Students & Alumni | International Comparative Education
    Candidates Log In You are here Home Students Alumni Our Students Alumni The ICE program draws students from a diverse set of backgrounds They represent many countries undergraduate majors and experiences ICE students are willing to question conventional beliefs and models about the role of education in society Stanford Graduate School of Education 485 Lasuen Mall Stanford CA 94305 3096 Tel 650 723 2109 Copyright 2013 Stanford University All rights

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  • Faculty & Research | International Comparative Education
    Faculty Faculty Research Core Faculty in ICE Patricia Bromley Assistant Professor triciam stanford edu Martin Carnoy Professor of Education carnoy stanford edu 650 725 1254 Rié Kijima Lecturer rkijima stanford edu Prashant Loyalka Assistant Professor Research rkijima stanford edu Francisco O Ramirez Professor of Education ramirez stanford edu 650 723 8421 Christine Min Wotipka Associate Professor of Education Teaching cwotipka stanford edu 650 736 1392 Other faculty in the Graduate School of Education with interests in International and Comparative Education H Samy Alim Professor of Education halim stanford edu Anthony Lising Antonio Associate Professor of Education aantonio stanford edu Arnetha F Ball Professor of Education arnetha stanford edu Eric Bettinger Associate Professor of Education ebetting stanford edu Paulo Blikstein Assistant Professor of Education paulob stanford edu Prudence L Carter Professor of Education plcarter stanford edu Linda Darling Hammond Emeritus Professor of Education lindadh suse stanford edu Claude Goldenberg Professor cgoldenberg stanford edu David Plank Professor of Education Research dnplank stanford edu Woody Powell Professor of Education woodyp stanford edu Mitchell Stevens Associate Professor of Education mitchell stevens stanford edu Hans Weiler Emeritus Professor weiler stanford edu Stanford Graduate School of Education 485 Lasuen Mall Stanford CA 94305 3096 Tel 650

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  • ICE News | International Comparative Education
    at Columbia University September 27 2015 The Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research is jointly funding the position with Columbia University s Middle East Institute and Teachers College ICE PhD Grad teaches how to understand a difficult past October 1 2015 Magda Gross PhD 14 is Director of History Social Studies Education MAT and Lecturer at Brown University You are here Home About ICE ICE News ICE News Are International Comparisons A Smart Way to Judge U S Education Policy October 27 2015 Prof Martin Carnoy discusses why to use states rather than countries to inform our education policy Healing a campus post apartheid An educator fosters new era for universities in South Africa October 21 2015 Jonathan Jansen PhD 91 has been inspiring students throughout South Africa with a lesson he learned at Stanford Aim high and think big Double discrimination Dalit women s education in modern India October 14 2015 A talk by Dr Shailaja Paik Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati Elizabeth Buckner ICE PhD 14 begins position as Visiting Assistant Professor Position at Columbia University September 27 2015 The Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research is jointly funding the position with Columbia University s Middle East Institute and Teachers College ICE PhD Grad teaches how to understand a difficult past October 1 2015 Magda Gross PhD 14 is Director of History Social Studies Education MAT and Lecturer at Brown University Stanford born nonprofit founded by Piya Sorcar ICE LSTD PhD 09 uses star power to teach about HIV AIDS September 11 2015 TeachAIDS now distributes its videos free of charge in more than 80 countries and in 14 languages Prashant Loyalka joins the Stanford Graduate School of Education August 19 2015 He will be a core faculty member of the International Comparative Education

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  • Felipe Michel Santos Araújo Braga | International Comparative Education
    knew that the challenges ahead were bigger In order to take ethical decisions and promote welfare and equity in society I needed to become a top educational policy decision maker At that point I had decided that Stanford would be an integral part of my development in this direction At the Stanford Graduate School of Education I focused my research on implementation of educational policies Given my existing background and experience in quantitative analysis I decided to use my time at the GSE and its superb resources to focus on and familiarize myself with qualitative data analysis With outstanding support from my program director my advisor and the greatest teaching assistants I was able to analyze the implementation of a secondary education reform Additionally I learned so much from the amazing collaborative experiences with my extraordinary cohort their invaluable life and international professional experiences I felt greatly supported by the encouragement and constant interactions with my peers teachers and staff My global perspective and mindset were impressively challenged in amazing and positive ways my network expanded to people and places all over the world and I grew so much in ways that I could not anticipate prior to coming to Stanford It was an amazing experience to say the least Beyond classes at the Graduate School of Education I also took classes at the Graduate School of Business These classes challenged my mental models and my abilities to deal with complex issues within diverse groups of people and settings Now I am willing to take more risks and I feel more confident and better prepared to face greater responsibilities in my career Through my learning experiences at Stanford and by examining good international practices I now understood that we can do more to improve the state of international education and

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