On October 10 and 11, 2019, at the Montclair State University, in New Jersey, United States, will be held the XIII World Congress of Education, organized by the World Confederation of Education (COMED) and Montclair State University.

Prof. Dr. Edgardo N. De Vincenzi, President of COMED, was visiting the facilities of the Montclair State University (MSU) and holding meetings with the authorities of the MSU in order to advance in the details related to the organization of the Congress, highlighting the presence of Dr. Jane Ann Williams, Associate Provost of the Office of International Engagement of the MSU and Prof. Dr. Susana Juniu, Chair, Physical Science and Education of the MSU.

Prof. Dr. Edgardo N. De Vincenzi, Dra. Jane Ann Williams and Prof. Dr. Susana Juniu.


Within the framework of the activities prior to the COMED Edition 2019, Dr. Marcelo De Vincenzi, COMED’s Alternate Director from Argentina, presented on October 17, 18 and 19 at the International Congress of Higher Education at Montclair University, USA, known as Leaders of the World 2018.

PhD. Marcelo De Vincenzi before his presentation.


The election of Montclair (NJ), USA, as a destination for this conference, is not an accidental choice, since the World Confederation of Education (COMED) has conducted a number of actions in the field of social development and education, and bring the World Congress to all the regions of the world and especially to that countries who never had the opportunity to host it.

In addition, in this Congress we will use different methodologies for the different types of meetings:
• Plenary Meetings: Meetings of common interest carried out by a moderator of maximum prestige.
• Thematic meetings: They are individual presentations that are organize in thematic areas, with offers on a common topic, or that represent different perspectives on a topic.
• International experiences: We will have a selection of the best educational Centers of the world, that they will go to the attendees of the Congress their excellent experiences to show us.
• Conversation sessions: Several authors or speakers will have a space to check and to discuss ideas, frames and perspectives underlying their work, together with participants who are interested and who meet in the table. In addition, it is a unique opportunity to network with common interests inside the sector.

Besides COMED as congress organizers, also are the Montclair State University, the  Confederation of Privates Schools Associations of the European Union (acronym in Spanish: CADEICE), the Federation of Educational Associations of Latin America and the Caribbean (acronym in Spanish: FAELA), the Association of Private Educational Entities of Argentina (acronym in Spanish: ADEEPRA); also we count with the cooperation of educational institutions from over 20 countries in Asia, America, Africa, Europe and Oceania.

Dr. Edgardo N. De Vincenzi


- CV - Prof. Dr. Edgardo
N. De Vincenzi

- CV (brief version) - Prof. Dr.
Edgardo N. De Vincenzi

Dr. Jesús Núñez Velázquez


1. Sponsor meetings, workshops, congresses, conferences, symposia and many other academic activities related to educational issues and the realization of its objectives.

2. Make public its purposes and accomplishments through the distribution of bulletins and the diffusion of educational and cultural materials.

3. Foster the exchange of educational administrators, institutions, teachers, and students among countries, in order to carry out studies and research aimed to strengthening international integration.

4. Support agreements on behalf of the Federation's objectives between its members and any other national, regional or international organization of similar nature.

5. Maintain solidarity with existing or yet-to-be-created organizations with similar objectives, as well as with international organizations, by sponsoring and holding the necessary meetings to achieve the designs set forth in these by-laws.

6. Promote the creation of educational or cultural institutions which aim to the achievement of these purposes.

7. Promote the exchange of knowledge and skills, plans and programs, methodologies, technologies and educational experiences in general, as well as the exchange of rules and regulations concerning these items, by providing proposals and information to national education systems.

8. Support, publish, and implement prevention and public-service campaigns connected to the issues of education and culture.