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By Vandra Masemann, Mark Bray, Maria Manzon

The realm Council of Comparative schooling Societies (WCCES) was once confirmed in 1970 as an umbrella physique which introduced jointly 5 nationwide and neighborhood comparative schooling societies. Over the many years it enormously increased, and now embraces 3 dozen societies. This publication provides histories of the WCCES and its member societies. It indicates ways that the sphere has replaced over the many years, and the forces that have formed it in numerous components of the area.

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1 in the Introduction). In 1973, the World Council met in Frascati, Italy to review plans for the 2nd World Congress. Anne Hamori, recalling her organisation of the 2nd World Congress in 1974, noted that the Congress was not hosted by a member society as such, and that most of the event was in the building of the World Council of Churches in Geneva. Those premises were not available on the first day of the meeting, and Anne Hamori was able to secure use of the United Nations facilities (Hamori 2004).

Around the time of my nomination and election, the CIES decided to change its constitution to include a Vice Presidential term prior to President-elect. The revised CIES protocol dictated that the Vice-President would succeed automatically after one year to President-elect, and then to President after another year. VXxxMasemann et al. ), Common V V Interests, U V Uncommon Goals V – Histories of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies 1 and its Members, 20–32. © 2008 Comparative Education Research R Centre.

Several policy items decided upon at that meeting in January 1970 are still in effect today. The Congress was to be an open event, with invitations sent to comparative education societies throughout the world. 3), and a reduced fee for students. Sums were to be allocated for travel expenses, but the recipients of these allocations were not specified. Simultaneous translation in English and French was to be provided. The First World Congress The Congress took place from 17 to 21 August 1970, and had two themes: • • The Place of Comparative and International Education in the Education of Teachers, and The Role and Rationale for Educational Aid to Developing Countries.

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