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Partnership between government and academia: A timely effort to bring meaningful change in education

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The presentation highlights the experience of a government education officer who graduated from the MEd program in educational leadership. He will share his first-hand experience of the scenario in Bangladesh, particularly the initiatives being taken by the government, and how he as a leader visualizes meaningful change in education.

The MEd program that inspired him is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education and BRAC University Institute of Educational Development (IED-BRACU). Over two consecutive academic years, total 41 government education officers and instructors participated in this program, with financial costs shared by the government and IED-BRACU. This process resulted in opening up a new horizon for partnership and collaboration between government and other stakeholders in educational development, particularly non-government and private institutions such as IED-BRACU.

The discussion will illustrate the new vision for collaborative learning, and the need for changing organizational culture. The emphasis will be on how to open up systems, change hierarchical structures and relationships, reduce distance, and bring educational practitioners closer. The purpose is to put the learners at the heart of the education system in order to ensure an empowering process.

The educational scenario that he will present will illustrate the critical need for the educational leaders to believe in this vision of education, a vision that emphasizes collaborative learning and work with all relevant partners to bring about meaningful change.
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Mamun, Md. Abdullah al. "Partnership between government and academia: A timely effort to bring meaningful change in education" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p492573_index.html>

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Mamun, M. "Partnership between government and academia: A timely effort to bring meaningful change in education" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p492573_index.html

Publication Type: Panel Paper
Abstract: The presentation highlights the experience of a government education officer who graduated from the MEd program in educational leadership. He will share his first-hand experience of the scenario in Bangladesh, particularly the initiatives being taken by the government, and how he as a leader visualizes meaningful change in education.

The MEd program that inspired him is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education and BRAC University Institute of Educational Development (IED-BRACU). Over two consecutive academic years, total 41 government education officers and instructors participated in this program, with financial costs shared by the government and IED-BRACU. This process resulted in opening up a new horizon for partnership and collaboration between government and other stakeholders in educational development, particularly non-government and private institutions such as IED-BRACU.

The discussion will illustrate the new vision for collaborative learning, and the need for changing organizational culture. The emphasis will be on how to open up systems, change hierarchical structures and relationships, reduce distance, and bring educational practitioners closer. The purpose is to put the learners at the heart of the education system in order to ensure an empowering process.

The educational scenario that he will present will illustrate the critical need for the educational leaders to believe in this vision of education, a vision that emphasizes collaborative learning and work with all relevant partners to bring about meaningful change.


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