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Professor KATHLEEN McCARTNEY (Dean, Harvard Graduate School of Education) 'Whether the Environment Matters More for Children in Poverty'

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Natthapoj Vincent Trakulphadetkrai.

To reserve a seat, please do so at http://www.gseforum.org/kathleen_mccartney

On Wednesday, 25th November 2009, the Global Student Education Forum (www.gseforum.org) is hosting a talk, given by Professor KATHLEEN McCARTNEY (Dean, Harvard Graduate School of Education). The talk, titled ‘Whether the Environment Matters More for Children in Poverty’ will be held at the Kennedy Room, Cambridge Union Society from 19:30 to 20:30.

The event is FREE . Places are limited. To reserve a seat, please do so at http://www.gseforum.org/kathleen_mccartney or e-mail GSEF Chairman, Natthapoj Vincent T., at nt279@cam.ac.uk.

The talk will be preceded by GSEF Chairman’s Dinner (17:30 – 19:00), with Professor McCartney as our special guest. Dress code is black tie. The invitation is extended to members of all universities. Should you wish to attend the dinner, kindly send a cheque, made payable to ‘Global Student Education Forum’, to Natthapoj Vincent Trakulphadetkrai (GSEF Founder and Chairman) at 112 Huntingdon Road, Cambridge CB3 0HL . Along with the cheque, please give your name and those of any guests you would like to bring, contact details, as well as specifying your choice for each course from our menu. Places are extremely limited, and thus are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

The deadline for your reservation(s) is Friday, 30th October 2009, and they will be £35 each. For more information, please direct your enquiries to chairman@gseforum.org, or visit http://content.yudu.com/Library/A1gk4y/InvitationGSEFChairm/

This talk is part of the Global Student Education Forum (GSEF) series.

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