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This survey is designed to create a collaboration between doctoral students at Johns Hopkins University's School of Education and NGOs focusing on girls' education issues, particularly (1) access and equity (2) public health, and (3) education in emergencies. The case study will take place over six weeks beginning in March 2014. PLEASE return this survey to: Dr. Fred Mednick, Founder – Teachers Without Borders Assistant Professor – Johns Hopkins University School of Education email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org 206-356-4731
Name of Your Organization Website Your Name and Title Email Address * Name of City Country Phone and/or Skype
Online Ed.D Program
Here is an overview of the online EdD program at Johns Hopkins University: http://bit.ly/1cO9nro. Please read it and let me know if you have read it by placing an X in the appropriate box I've read about the "Online Ed.D at Johns Hopkins University" I have not read about the "Online Ed.D at Johns Hopkins University"
Girls' Education Case Study
The Girls’ Education Case Study is the crux of the program, so please read it, too. Here’s the l ink: http://bit.ly/1eClVCG I've read The Girls’ Education Case Study I have not read about The Girls’ Education Case Study
Your Area of Focus
While all disciplines in the work of international development intersect, select ONE of the following focus areas described in the Case Study: Access and Equity Public Health Education in Emergencies
Tell Us About Your Organization
Population You Seek to Serve for this Project
Your Current Project, Program, or Intervention and its Rationale *
Briefly describe the program, project, or intervention for the theme you have chosen: (1) access and equality (2) public health (3) education in emergencies. Please provide your reasons for your engagement in such a program. Examples include providing services where none exist, filling gaps in programs, innovating in the field.
Stakeholders and Partners
Describe your Stakeholders and Partners involved (e.g., national authorities, local authorities, communities, and international actors)
Resources and Infrastructure
How long have you been conducting this program? What resources are necessary (human and physical capital)? How is it funded? Has your funding source changed over time? What kind of monitoring mechanisms, if any, are in place? The results reported or observed? Please be as specific as possible
In 300 words or less, please describe a challenge in educating girls for which you would be willing to engage in a collaboration with Johns Hopkins University doctoral students. Please be as specific as possible in no more than 3 paragraphs
Agreement and Legal Parameters
Ed.D candidate research with – and subsequent recommendations to NGOs are designed solely as an educational exercise. Johns Hopkins University, JHU’s School of Education, or the participating organizations are neither bound by, nor can be held liable for, any recommendation made or implemented during and/or after the Case Study. Students are required to abide by all university requirements for research. The participating organizations can expect that research will be conducted along the lines stipulated by the university. Those organizations participating in the Case Study cannot expect Ed.D students to abide from any other requirements, nor can individual students, JHU, or JHU’s School of Education be held liable for any recommendation made or action stemming from it. NGO participation in this Girls’ Education Case Study affirms its understanding of the conditions by which this Case Study shall commence and be completed, including language that holds harmless all students, representatives, and agents of JHU and JHU’s School of Education. Please check one of the following to indicate your interest.
Yes, I get it and want to participate. I understand that no one is legally bound to what the collaboration produces, but I’m willing to learn No, it sounds great, but we cannot participate at this time
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