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private sector regulation

  1. Union growth 24 January 2021

    “Teaching with Tech: Why Education Unions Must Act Now To Have a Role in Shaping the Future”, by Christina J. Colclough.

    Christina J. Colclough

    After many years of public sector underfunding, the private tech sector has made inroads into virtually all public services. With the self-proclaimed aim to enhance the quality of public services, at a reduced cost and with greater efficiency, especially two sectors are rapidly expanding: Education Technology and Health Technology.

    “Teaching with Tech: Why Education Unions Must Act Now To Have a Role in Shaping the Future”, by Christina J. Colclough.
  2. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 28 October 2020

    “Platform University in the Digital Economy”, by Janja Komljenovic.

    Janja Komljenovic

    Digital technological innovations have the potential to improve higher education and bring benefits to students, academics, and university administrators. They also bring new monetisation opportunities. Indeed, the education technology market is worth $187bn with 15% growth rate as estimated by IBIS Capital [1]. Investment in education technology is unprecedented, including...

    “Platform University in the Digital Economy”, by Janja Komljenovic.
  3. Fighting the commercialisation of education 16 October 2020

    New Study Examines Privatisation of Education in the Dominican Republic

    A new study published by Education International reveals the mechanisms that favour the privatisation of education in the Dominican Republic, exploring its impact on the education system and the right to quality education.

    New Study Examines Privatisation of Education in the Dominican Republic
  4. Fighting the commercialisation of education 3 August 2020

    Education International and the Global Campaign for Education condemn GEMS Metropole School's stance on education during the COVID-19 pandemic

    GEMS Metropole School threatened parents with withholding students’ report cards and transfer slips unless school fees were paid. Education International and the Global Campaign for education call on the United Arab Emirates to not tolerate extortionary manoeuvres against children in private schools.

    Education International and the Global Campaign for Education condemn GEMS Metropole School's stance on education during the COVID-19 pandemic
  5. Fighting the commercialisation of education 13 May 2020

    Morocco: Education unions successful in stopping support to private schools during the COVID-19 crisis

    In a significant development in Morocco, education unions have succeeded in stopping government support for private schools during the COVID-19 public health crisis. They went one step further and were able, through strategic alliances with members of the national parliament, to prosecute those who have fraudulently exploited the crisis.

    Morocco: Education unions successful in stopping support to private schools during the COVID-19 crisis
  6. Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 5 September 2019

    “Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Cote d’Ivoire: problematic privatization and a framework to be redefined”, by Eric Lavigne.

    Eric Lavigne

    The Pathways to Education and Work research group from the University of Toronto has published its report entitled “Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Cote d’Ivoire”. The study assesses, negatively, the results of privatization of education on technical and vocational education and training (TVET), calls for more public participation,...

    “Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Cote d’Ivoire: problematic privatization and a framework to be redefined”, by Eric Lavigne.
  7. Fighting the commercialisation of education 17 May 2019

    Access to Quality Education Under Threat in Honduras

    A new study reveals the mechanisms by which privatisation of education is spreading in Honduras as a result of the passivity of authorities, creating barriers to accessing education.

    Access to Quality Education Under Threat in Honduras
  8. Fighting the commercialisation of education 20 March 2019

    Ghana: why teachers are saying no to Ark schools

    A new study shines light on the shadows behind a philanthropic organisation’s plans to promote private education in Ghana.

    Ghana: why teachers are saying no to Ark schools
  9. Fighting the commercialisation of education 14 March 2019

    The Casablanca Declaration: Unions denounce the privatisation of education

    Education International’s Member Organisations in Morocco have declared their intention to intensify their united struggle against privatisation to ensure free public education for all.

    The Casablanca Declaration: Unions denounce the privatisation of education
  10. Fighting the commercialisation of education 16 November 2018

    EU Parliament: aid must not be used to support privatisation

    In a welcomed decision, on 13 November, the European Parliament resolved that “the European Union and the Member States, in accordance with SDG 4.1 and Article 26 of the UDHR, must not use ODA [overseas development assistance] to support private, commercial educational establishments.”

    EU Parliament: aid must not be used to support privatisation