For the second consecutive year, Education International awards the Mary Hatwood Futrell Scholarship to three outstanding students at the George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD).
The scholarship was created during EI's 4th World Congress in 2004 in the name of Mary Hatwood Futrell, EI's founding President and Dean of the GSEHD. It is awarded each academic year to three outstanding students at the GSEHD who have demonstrated a motivation to be a change agent in the world's educational landscape and to strive for equality and equity in education, both during their tenure at GSEHD and beyond.
For the academic year of 2006-2007, the recipients of the scholarships are:
- Gihea Gallagher, School Counseling
- Laura Bailey, Elementary Education
- Aliya Bhimani, Higher Education Administration
EI congratulates the recipients and wishes them all the best in their studies and efforts to contribute to education around the world.
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