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Panel Discussion on the OECDs International Early Learning and Child Well-Being Study

Mon, Apr 16 2018 6:00pm-8:00pm
Free Admission
Location

Venue

West Building 8th Floor Faculty Dining Room
68th St. Campus
695 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10065 United States
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Description

Please join us for a dynamic conversation about the IELS and the implementation of the pilot study being carried out in United States and England. Invited panelists will have a few minutes to share their perspectives on the IELS, so those unfamiliar or less familiar with the study can learn about it, as well as the concerns of the early childhood community.

Panelists:

  • Denisha Jones, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Early Childhood
    Trinity Washington University
    Defending the Early Years
  • Beth Blue Swadener, Ph.D.
    Professor of Justice Studies
    Arizona State University
  • Karen Tourangeau
    IELS US Project Director
    Westat
  • Mathias Urban, Ph.D.
    Desmond Chair of Early Education
    Dublin City University

Discussion moderated by Lacey Peters and Helge Wasmuth.

This discussion also provides an opportunity to raise issues about the tool used to assess young children, as well as the lack of transparency around the pilot in the United States and England. We see this an opportunity to have a serious conversation that draws out perceived costs and benefits of this work, and situate IELS in the context of the global increase of standardized assessment.

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Contact
Lacey Peters, Ph.D.
lacey.peters@hunter.cuny.edu
Audience
Open to Everyone