Fabrice Jaumont at the Comparative & International Education Society 2018 (CIES)
Re-Mapping Global Education. South-North Dialogue
At the end of March 2018, Fabrice Jaumont, principal Investigator of Global Philanthropy and Education in the Age of Knowledge Societies, took part in a panel on philanthropy and education during the annual conference of the Comparative and International Education in Mexico City (CIES 2018), Re-Mapping Global Education: South-North Dialogue. The panel focused on the interplay at both policy and delivery level between the public sector and the philanthropic one.
He participated to several panels:
- Philanthropy in Education, Interaction with the Public Sector (II): Governance, Financing, and Accountability
Reconsidering development: Rethinking the relationship between American foundations and universities in Africa | Fabrice Jaumont
This paper offered a nuanced analysis of U.S. foundations committed to strengthening capacity in higher education in Africa. It examined the relationship between foundations and universities in nine African nations as both dynamic and complex when it operates within the context of international cooperation and the Sustainable Development Goals.
- Multiple Perspectives of Professional Development on the African Continent
Unequal partners: American foundations and higher education development in Africa | Fabrice Jaumont
- Language Rights, Policy, and Activism
When parents and educators create dual language education programs from the bottom up in the American school system | Fabrice Jaumont
Fabrice Jaumont presented how parents and educators create dual language education programs from the bottom up in the American school system, a movement that he documented in his book The Bilingual Revolution, The Future of Education is in Two Languages (TBR Books, 2017).
- CIES website
- Partenaires inégaux. Fondations américaines et universités en Afrique, Fabrice Jaumont, Éditions Maison des sciences de l'homme
- Fabrice Jaumont blog