The 2017 International Education Development Forum at Nagoya University

The 2017 International Education Development Forum (IEDF) was held in Nagoya University’s Graduate School of International Development (GSID) on November 3rd and 4th, 2017. Among the highlights of the event, the Forum put together a great panel of speakers, in a special symposium that tackled issues on “Equity of Education in Global Context”. Speakers included Professor Aaron Benavot from State University of New York at Albany in the USA/former Director of the UNESCO EFA: Global Monitoring Report; Dr. Sam Sideth Dy from the Cambodian Ministry of Education Youth and Sports; and Dr. Jialing Han from Beijing Academy of Social Sciences in China.

IEDF 2017 at Nagoya UniversityIEDF 2017 had over 120 participants from six institutions, including Kobe University’s Visiting Professor Eduardo Velez Bustillo, as well as other scholars and researchers with over 36 presentations. During the Forum, twelve of Professor Keiichi Ogawa’s graduate students presented their full papers or proposals and received valuable and constructive comments from the professors.

The following students delivered their presentations in English.

  • Chea, P. “Analysis of Teacher Placement Efficiency in Cambodian Primary Education”, Paper presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Choi, S. “The High School Choices as a Determinant of Labor Market Outcomes in South Korea”, Paper presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Hashi, H. “Quality Education for Special Needs Children in the Special Schools: A Case Study of Mongolia”, Research proposal presented at the2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Huyen, N. “Family Involvement in Early Childhood Development in Viet Nam: From Policy to Practice”, Paper presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Kanazawa, R. “Analyzing the Level of Teachers’ Job Satisfaction in Primary Education in Cambodia”, Research proposal presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Loleka, B. “How do Farm & Nonfarm Income Generating Activities impact on School Attendance in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Case of Rural South-Kivu Province”, Paper presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Manhisse, N. “The Analysis of Household Factors Influencing the Participation of Lower-Secondary Graduated Students to TVET in Mozambique”, Research proposal presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Miyamoto, K. “An Analysis of Equitable Educational Opportunities for Refugee Primary School Students in Uganda: Case of Yumbe District”, Research proposal presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Nakamura, Y. “Impacts of Literacy Education on Women’s Life in the Kingdom of Cambodia: A Comparative Research on Women in Urban and Rural Areas”, Paper presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Wang, K “An Analysis of Private Tutoring in Cambodian Secondary Education”, Paper presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Yano, T. “Situation of Dropout in Grade 1 in Primary Education in Lao PDR: Case study of Vientiane Capital”, Research proposal presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.
  • Yoshikawa, M. “Disparity on Access and Quality of Early Childhood Education in Indonesia”, Research proposal presented at the 2017 International Education Development Forum, November, 2017.

Authored by Loleka Yungu Bernard (Doctoral Student)

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IEDF 2017 at Nagoya University