By Momina Afridi, University of Toronto Low fee private schools under the umbrella of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in education in Punjab, Pakistan are increasingly being embraced by international donors, international non-governmental organisations read more
Many of Education International’s member organisations are already engaged in activities designed to promote and defend the quality of the education services in their countries. Whether it is in campaigns for better salaries and conditions for teachers, better pension arrangements, more planning time, improved teacher training, continuous professional development, better curricular support or better school environments and facilities, member organisations are campaigning for better quality education, because all of these elements contribute to better quality education.
Working in partnership with the many organisations of parents, students and others, which support better provision for quality education, Unite for Quality Education will succeed in putting quality education, publicly funded and accessible to all, at the top of both the national and international agendas.
Read the stories of these achievements and successes below!
By Susan L. Robertson, University of Cambridge I often puzzle over how it is that though we know so much about the spectacular failures of privatisation initiatives in the social and education sectors, read more
By Tyler Hook, University of Wisconsin In September 2016, the Ministry of Education of Liberia officially launched a public private partnership called the Partnership Schools for Liberia (PSL) pilot, with 8 providers operating 93 schools. Promoted with the read more
By Jim Baker, Education International Gerd Schwartz, deputy director at the IMF’s Institute for Capacity Development argues for the vital importance of a professional civil service. He also calls the use of private-public partnerships to help achieve the read more
Unite for Quality Education is a campaign of Education International (EI), the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. Join the 30 million members EI represents (through its 400 affiliated organisations in more than 170 countries and territories) to demand that quality education for all remains at the top of the agenda for a sustainable, peaceful and prosperous future.
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