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 Research & Action Report Spring/Summer 2007 

international work For the third consecutive year Susan Bailey was a virtual lecturer for an online course, “Rethinking Gender and Education in a Global Context: Mapping Current Debates in Theory, Research, and Policies,” offered through the Gender Society and Policies Area of FLASO, the Latin American Postgraduate Institute of Social Science in Argentina. The course, held during Spring 2007, was geared toward experienced researchers and policy makers. The course was organized by Professor Gloria Bonder of FLASCO Argentina and co-taught by Bonder, Professor Graciela Morgade, University of Buenos Aires, and Bailey

 

international work  For the third consecutive year Susan Bailey was a virtual lecturer for an online course, “Rethinking Gender and Education in a Global Context: Mapping Current Debates in Theory, Research, and Policies,” offered through the Gender Society and Policies Area of FLASO, the Latin American Postgraduate Institute of Social Science in Argentina. The course, held during Spring 2007, was geared toward experienced researchers and policy makers. The course was organized by Professor Gloria Bonder of FLASCO Argentina and co-taught by Bonder, Professor Graciela Morgade, University of Buenos Aires, and Bailey

 
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