Mark Ginsburg retired in 2016 from FHI360. He is a visiting professor at the University of Maryland (USA) and the Universidad de Ciencias Pedagogicas (Cuba), and was a faculty member at other universities: Aston (England), Houston, Pittsburgh, and Columbia (USA) as well as a visiting professor at George Washington University (USA) and Kobe University (Japan). He was President of the Comparative and International Education Society (1991) and Coeditor of Comparative Education Review (2003-2013) as well as President of the United Faculty of the University of Pittsburgh (affiliated to the AAUP and AFT, 1992-2004).
Articles written by Mark Ginsburg
"The Alternatives Project: Education Justice for Societal Transformation"
#SABERexposed “The World Bank’s SABER: A Knowledge Source or an Ideologically-Honed Weapon to Compel Neoliberal Educational Reforms?”, by Mark Ginsburg and Steven Klees.
#WDR2018 Reality Check #20: Half-Hearted Commitment to Teacher Learning, by Mark Ginsburg