Emily Dunlop is a PhD Candidate in International Education at NYU Steinhardt. Her research focuses on how governments address ethnic group inequalities in education at the secondary and tertiary level in post-conflict countries, with a focus on Burundi. She currently serves as an adjunct instructor for Introduction to Global Education.
Prior to coming to NYU, she obtained a Masters Degree from the University of Toronto in Comparative International and Development Education (Advisor: Dr. Kathy Bickmore), a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Toronto in Education, and a Bachelor of Science from Queen's University, Kingston. She has extensive experience working as a teacher and curriculum developer in Canada, the UK, and Rwanda.
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