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Public-Private Partnerships in Education New Evidence on Accountability Reforms September 2011. Harry Anthony Patrinos Lead Education Economist World Bank. Private Enrollment 1991-2003. Engaging the Private Sector. Options for Engagement. Engagement by Type & Coverage. 70. Netherlands.

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Harry anthony patrinos lead education economist world bank

Public-Private Partnerships in Education

New Evidence on Accountability Reforms

September 2011

Harry Anthony Patrinos

Lead Education Economist

World Bank


Private enrollment 1991 2003

Private Enrollment 1991-2003


Engaging the private sector

Engaging the Private Sector


Options for engagement

Options for Engagement


Engagement by type coverage

Engagement by Type & Coverage

70

Netherlands

65

60

Belgium

Chile

Korea

Spain

Private enrolment

30

25

Denmark

20

France

New Zealand

Portugal

United States

15

Brazil

Slovak Rep

Luxembourg

Scotland

Mexico

Sweden

10

Germany

Austria

England

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Poland

Italy

Switz

Norway

Finland

Israel

Estonia

Slovenia

Czech Rep

Ireland

0

Private funded

Private contracted

Private management

Market contracted

Private schools

Type of engagement


Evidence on school choice

Evidence on School Choice


Charter schools

Charter Schools


Charter schools1

Charter Schools


Benchmarking policy

Benchmarking Policy

How well does policy supports the four key regulatory outcomes

Regulatory outcome

Description

Competition

Accountability

Autonomy

Information

How well does the system supports different players to enter the market and to what extent does it ensure there is no selection which influences the efficiency of the market?

What standards are private players accountable for and what is the accountability process?

What degree of autonomy is given to schools in terms of curriculum, delivery and teacher policies?

What information is available to parents and to what extent is financial contribution hindering parents in their decision-making process?

1

2

3

4


Benchmarking policy1

Benchmarking Policy

Mature

Reflects international best practice

Established

Reflects good practice, with some limitations

Emerging

Reflects some good practice

Latent

Reflects limited engagement


Benchmarking a country

Benchmarking a Country


Harry anthony patrinos lead education economist world bank

Thank you

Harry Anthony Patrinos

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