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Delegation from Mongolia’s Ministry of Education and Science visits J. F. Oberlin

The Organization for Comprehensive Research and the Global Higher Education Research Institute at J. F. Oberlin University conducted the third Workshop for Education Administration Executives, commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Science of Mongolia, on October 4.
Led by Ms. Sanduijav Batsukh, a consultant to the Minister of Education and Science, the sixteen-member group also included Ms. Badamsambuu Khishigbayar, the assistant director of the National Educational Institute, as well as chairs of the Boards of Education and principals of schools in parts of Mongolia designated as Important Education Improvement Areas. J. F. Oberlin Professor by Special Appointment Sachie Matsuozawa, who promotes educational cooperation with Mongolia, coordinated the program, and Professor Yoshiro Tanaka, who serves as an educational development advisor to the Ministry of Education and Science, gave a special lecture entitled “Future Curriculum Design and Development and Teachers’ Cognitive Readiness.”

The Organization for Comprehensive Research and the Global Higher Education Research Institute at J. F. Oberlin University, with the cooperation of United Nations Academic Impact, will carry out more international collaboration projects to help develop Mongolian education in response to the needs of the Ministry of Education and Science, the National Educational Institute, and the Mongolian State University of Education.

Front row, right to left: Professor Yoshiro Tanaka, Ms. Badamsambuu Khishigbayar, Ms. Sanduijav Batsukh , and Professor by Special Appointment Sachie Matsuozawa


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