Andrew Swindell is a doctoral candidate in the Comparative and International Education program at the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, UCLA. His research interests include how to achieve quality education for all people in emergency settings how school choice policy in the United States affects access and equity. Before UCLA, he worked as a foreign aid practitioner in Liberia and a K-12 teacher in Thailand and Myanmar. He holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Missouri and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Bucknell University. Aside from thinking about ways to improve education globally, Andrew likes to hike, play with his dog, and coach his fantasy baseball team.
PhD Candidate in International Education, UCLA Graduate School of Education
Teacher, Yangon Academy
Teacher, Anuban Dan Chang, Thailand
Program Officer, JSI Research and Training Institution, Inc.
University of Missouri, M.Ed in Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum
Bucknell University, B.A in Economics and Religion
Community-based global citizenship education in Myanmar: Providing youth an alternative to learn local and think global, Global Commons Review
Comparative perspectives on international early childhood education in the context of the SDGs., In A. W. Wiseman (Ed.), Annual review of comparative and international education 2018 (Vol. 35)
Comparative and International Education Society (CIES)