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دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
دمج الأطفال ذوي الإعاقة مجتمعياً
الحملة العالمية للتعليم
الحملة العالمية للتعليم
مسابقة " أفضل معلم في العالم "
مسابقة " أفضل معلم في العالم "
الخطة الاستراتيجية
الخطة الاستراتيجية
التقرير المالي
التقرير المالي
فينود راينا
فينود راينا
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
Towards Creative Change in Palestinian Education
The Privatization in Education Research Initiative
The Privatization in Education Research Initiative Last year The Privatization in Education Research Initiative published a research in 2013.  All of this research has helped to inform PERI discussions and debates as well as the recent report published by The Right to Education Project entitled "Privatisation of Education: Global Trends of Human Rights Impacts".

The research papers are all available to download in full from the PERI website (links below).

Education Service Contracting in the Philippines - Assessing Public-Private Partnership in Education from the Perspective of the Marginalized Sectors
Author: Civil Society Network for Education Reforms
This paper investigates Public Private Partnerships in education and how they are affecting access to quality education for the poor and marginalized groups in the Philippines.

Dimensions and Implications of Privatization of Education in Nepal “The Case of Primary and Secondary Schools”
Authors: Dr. Govind Subedi, Madan Gopal Shrestha, Raju Maharjan and Mukti Suvedi
This study explores the magnitude and dimensions of privatisation of schools education in Nepal, especially focusing on disparities in attendance and parents’ perceptions of private schools. 

A Perception Study of Section 12 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, India (2009)
Author: Parth Shah
This study highlights and reviews the impacts and challenges in the implementation of Clause 12 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act in India through a perception analysis of the various stakeholders in four districts of Delhi.

Socialization Policy and Access of the Rural Poor to Education in Vietnam
Authors: Ta Van Tuan and Duong Thi Viet Anh
The government of Vietnam has adopted the socialization “xã hoˆ.i hóa” policy to mobilize resources from the entire society. Socialization means that all sectors of society would be expected to contribute to financing and delivery of social services and the responsibility for paying for social services is shifted on to households. This study examines impacts of this policy on access of the rural poor to education service in Vietnam.

Primary Education in Rural Bangladesh - Degrees of Access, Choice, and Participation of the Poorest
Author: Christine Sommers
This paper examines the quality and access dimensions of primary education providers in a poor rural area of northwest Bangladesh, with a focus on the social justice implications of a multi-tiered and poorly regulated system.
 
India’s Right to Education Act: Household Experiences and Private School Responses
Authors: Claire Noronha & Prachi Srivastava
This study aimed to shed light on the early phase of implementation of India’s landmark Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act), effective as of April 2010, with special attention on the role of the private sector (i.e. private unaided schools).

Education, Conflict and Identity: Non-State Ethnic Education Regimes in Burma
Authors: Marie Lall & Ashley South
This paper addresses the research question “How has the agreement of a ceasefire between an armed ethno-nationalist group and the military government affected the provision of non-state education for the Mon community, and how does this compare to the situation in Mon and Karen-populated areas not affected by a ceasefire?”

Determinants of School Choice: Evidence from Rural Punjab
Author: Center for Research in Economics and Business 
This study explores why Pakistani parents in rural Punjab choose to send their children to low-fee private schools when free public schools are available. The study is based on a 2011 survey of a representative sample of 1,024 households in rural Punjab. 

The Educational Movement for Social Justice of NGOs in China
Authors: Zhou Yong and He Shanyun
Over the last decade, there has been an increasing number of private NGOs dedicated to educational equality in China. This study explores NGOs’ role in educational social justice, as well as the structural defects and difficulties involved in expanding the movement within the complex Chinese educational context.

Understanding Private Educationscape(s) in Nepal
Authors: Pramod Bhatta and Shak B. Budathoki
This paper focuses on the various impacts that the entry of private schools can have in areas/communities that until recently relied exclusively on public schools. The aim is not to assess why or how private schools are more effective than their public counterparts in terms of the quality of teaching and learning but to understand why they have become the universally preferred choice of schooling.