(OISE) at the University of Toronto, Canada with a focus on educational policy and educational leadership, and a collaborative specialization in Comparative, International and Development Education. Mary’s research interests include critical and decolonial theory and praxis in education, arts and cultural praxis, transformative education, critical leadership, and crosssectoral policy development. Combining 29 years of secondary school teaching and administrative experience, and teaching in the departments of Curriculum, Teaching and
Learning, Mary has extensive experience in many facets of curriculum development, pedagogy and assessment, including the integration of technology and pedagogy to create critical,
creative, collaborative and engaging learning for higher education, nationally and globally. She currently serves on the executive of the Africa Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Comparative International Education Society.