Education for Reconciliation and Citizenship in Post-Conflict Rwanda My research in Rwanda investigates how the schooling system has been used in post-conflict Rwanda to foster reconciliation and a new civic identity.
Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa My research in South Africa explores discourses around human rights and citizenship in education policy documents and textbooks in post-apartheid South Africa.
Urban Refugee Education The Teachers College team interviewed 190 respondents working for UN agencies, and international and national NGOs in 16 countries across the Middle East and North Africa, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia. We conducted additional, in-depth case studies in Nairobi, Kenya; Beirut, Lebanon; and Quito, Ecuador. Our policy report exposed a gap between policy and practice when it comes to ensuring access of displaced children to educational services in urban settings. For more information on the project and our findings, visit our website.
Human Rights Education in NYC My project on human rights education in New York City examined how students in two public schools engage with global concepts of human rights using survey and interview data with students.