The purpose of the Global Education Policy Fellowship Program (GEPFP) is to provide Senior Fellows with the opportunity to study education policy in the Age of Globalization by investigating education development challenges in economically developed and developing countries. GEPFP is a unique experience open to senior level leaders with an interest in global education policy, combining online learning with an international study tour.
The Michigan program is designed to provide a forum for exploring public policy issues, link participants to key figures who shape and influence the process, and develop new leadership skills for education and community leaders. The Fellows meet monthly for seminars, presentations, workshops, interactive learning, and leadership development activities. This agenda is addressed through three program strands which have continued to evolve since the inception of the program in 1975. Policy Fellows also participate in two national meetings, the Leadership Forum and the Washington Policy Seminar. The Michigan EPFP site is affiliated with The Education Policy Center at Michigan State University. Please click any of the links below to learn more about the Michigan EPFP.