Professor, Comparative and International Education, Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education
- Canada Research Chair in Global Governance and Comparative Education
Areas of interest
- Education in the developing world
Karen Mundy is the Canada Research Chair in Global Governance and Comparative Education at the University of Toronto. She teaches in the Master of Global Affairs (MGA) program at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. Her research interests include comparative and international education; educational policy and reform in Sub-Saharan Africa; Canadian development aid policies in education; the politics of international cooperation in the field of education; education for all initiatives, including transnational advocacy efforts for basic education; international organizations with education mandates (i.e., the World Bank, UNESCO, the OECD).