The GRIAL Group of the University of Salamanca in collaboration with EQI - The Centre for Evaluation Quality and Inspection DCU Institute of Education, Moscow City University and Johannes Kepler University hosts next March 2nd at IUCE the International Symposium: Policy and Practice Supporting Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Leadership in Schools (CRELES). Cases Across European Frontiers.
This symposium is derived from a three-year Erasmus+ European Union funded project entitled ‘Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Leadership in Schools’ (CRELES) that commenced in September 2019. The symposium focuses on the support and strategies needed in all levels of school leadership to facilitate the needs of culturally diverse student populations and a series of research papers, workshops and resources derived from the project will be presented.
We thank prof. Ángel Miguel Morín Ramos, Educational Director for the province of Salamanca, Junta de Castilla y León, and prof. Francisco Javier Murillo Torrecilla, Director of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, for accepting our invitation to participate in the event as keynote speakers.
This symposium will be of interest to Teachers, School Leaders, Teacher Educators, Researchers, Initial Teacher Education Students/Institutions, Ministries and Directorates of Education as well as Trans-National Organisations.
If you are attending the event online you can register for the event at the following link.
Download the programme here.