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We're building a community - and inviting attendees - to a two-day conference in Bahrain, designed to address global education challenges and opportunities. The event is - we'd love to hear from you!
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About the conference

The Education Project is an annual event created to shape the future of education around the world and will look at solutions for the gap in quality of the global education system.

The Education Project was set up by H.H. Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, The Crown Prince of Bahrain and Chairman of Bahrain’s Economic Development Board, to look at solutions for the gap in quality of the global education system. The Project will showcase seedling models of innovation and success in education, and encourage commitments from the private and public sector to adapt these models for wider roll-out.

The Education Project, an annual event for solutions to global educational challenges, will be inaugurated in the Kingdom of Bahrain, with a two-day conference on October 15 – 17, 2009.

The Education Project will bring together experts from all facets of education from pre-school to higher education. It will also focus on vocational training, an important area where improvement and increased reach can offer significant near-term economic and social benefit. The event will provide the platform for an open, solutions-seeking discussion involving all key stakeholders in education.

The conference is free-to-attend, but by invitation only. If you would like to attend, then email Kirstie Hepburn,

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At 6:36pm on November 12, 2016, Celeste Locke said…

Dear Kirstie,

My name is Celeste Locke and I am currently a student at University of Maryland University College in the United States.  I am conducting research on technology integration and global collaboration and would like your expertise on this topic. I would need approximately 15 minutes of your time to conduct an interview.  If you could answer 5 questions about the work you do to support technology integration and global collaboration, I would greatly appreciate you sharing your insight with me.  Please respond to this email to let me know if you are able to complete an interview.


Thank you,

Celeste Locke

At 11:20am on January 8, 2010, Neil Stephenson said…

I'm a teacher in Calgary, Alberta helping a group of grade 8 students at my school conduct a global survey on worldviews. I'm wondering if you might be willing to take this survey (less than 5 mins) and perhaps spread it around - particularly with your students. We're trying to get as many non-North American respondents as we can.

You can get to the survey by clicking here.

Thanks so much for your consideration!

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