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The Private and the Public in School Education

The poor quality of the state-run school education system has led to demands that the State should withdraw from schooling, and that the government should only fund private initiatives or let the private sector take over schooling with public-private partnership initiatives. However, proper regulation of private schools and quality-driven reforms in public schools is a better alternative to PPP.

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The Private and the Public to review the state of our education sys
  tems, and explore and keep alive the pos
in School Education sibility of public debate. That debate is be
  coming increasingly polarised and seems
  difficult, given the ideological and cultur
  al preoccupations and prejudices that
Venu Narayan d ivide the protagonists. I proceed in the

The poor quality of the state-run school education system has led to demands that the State should withdraw from schooling, and that the government should only fund private initiatives or let the private sector take over schooling with public-private partnership initiatives. However, proper regulation of private schools and quality-driven reforms in public schools is a better alternative to PPP.

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