2019 Global Educators Conference Review


The 2019 WLSA Global Educators Conference in Prague, Czech Republic was a unique opportunity for delegates from all over the world to develop meaningful cross-cultural dialogue under the theme of ‘’Education for the Human Condition’’.

Over the course of three full days, breakout sessions and keynotes inspired lively dialogue between educators from across the world, all working to tackle the most pressing issues facing students on global and local levels in the 21st century.

The WLSA 2019 Global Educators Conference provided a global forum for educators, fostered important dialogue around topical issues, strengthened WLSA’s core values and direction, and gave delegates an opportunity to experience the rich culture of the Czech Republic.

The full list of speakers for the 2019 Conference is available through the link below. The presentations from the breakout sessions and keynotes are available online to participants of the conference using the password sent in the post conference email.

"I am reassured to see that despite our different missions and cultures and locations that we share a lot of common issues that we’re all dealing with. It's so exciting to hear the different perspectives based on the different schools and cultures. It's like common problems, global responses and solutions."

Jane Fried, Head of School, The Brearley School (US)


Keynotes & Featured Speakers

Opening Keynote delivered by Suniya S. Luthar PhD, Authentic Connections (US)

Featured Speaker Dr. Ron Lalonde, Geelong Grammar School (AE)

Featured Speaker Shomie Das, People Combine Educational Initiatives (IN)

Keynote by acclaimed Chinese writer Liu Liu

Closing Keynote by Dr. How Man Wong, China Exploration & Research Society (HK)

Special Events

Welcome Reception

Launch of the WLSA Charitable Foundation

College Admissions Network (CAN) Reception at the Sundial Garden of the Augustine Hotel

Book Signing by Tony Little, WLSA Academy Shanghai (CN)

"Stimulating, interesting, inspiring. Lots to take back with me and to put into action where I come from. Thank you."

Russell Untiedt, Principal, Westville Girls' High School (ZA)