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Challenges for PPPs in Education. Dr. Miguel Székely, Director, Instituto de Innovaci ón Educativa, ITESM, prepared for World Bank Conference on “ Leveraging the Private Sector for Results in Education ” , Washington DC, 31 March , 2010. Questions.

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Challenges for ppps in education

Challenges for PPPs in Education

Dr. Miguel Székely, Director, Instituto de Innovación Educativa, ITESM, preparedforWorld Bank Conferenceon“LeveragingthePrivate Sector forResults in Education”, Washington DC, 31 March, 2010


Questions

Questions

  • 2. How can the World Bank Group support client countries make better use of strategic partnerships?

What can the World Bank Group learn about the ways private donors operate in education globally?

  • 3. How can the World Bank Group facilitate the entry of private donors in client countries for their work in education?


Conclusions role for wb in

Conclusions: Role for WB in

  • 2. From individual actions to a framework that allows using funds efficiently and strategically

1. Coordination to make supply and demand (for support) meet.

  • 3. Influence design and “packaging” of private initiatives (WB endorsement)

  • 4. Generate information on what works (evaluation design and financing)


How partners see each other

How partners see each other?...


Problem 1 different views depending from which side you are on

Incapacity to provide evidence on the impact of aid (transparency)

Problem # 1: different views depending from which side you are on…

Lack of institutional capacity to operate programs; rigidities, bureaucracy,

Short term view due to political cycles, when education is a long term venture

NON GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT

Government doesn’t know what it wants, so it shouldn’t tell us what to do

Lack of innovation capacity in the Government

Fear of “crowding out” public investment


Non government government

Problem # 1: different views depending from which side you are on

Supply driven support (every body wants to “sell their product”, move their own agenda on); leads to duplication, under investment, etc.

Unilateral initiatives create problems in schools (e.g. computers to children with teachers with no skills)

Small , disperse, and fragmented contributions for a huge problem

NON GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT

Donors not willing to share credit with others (fragmentation of resources)

Individual actions do not necessarily add up to a good strategy

Private sector wants to take over (privatization)

RISK (information transparency, accountability)


Problem 2 different objectives different views different priorities

Problem # 2: different objectives, different views, different priorities

Corporate Foundations:

. Market expansion

NGOs - Philanthropic:

. Specific populations

. Specific issues

  • Political returns

  • Specific short term priorities

NON GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT

Other Private (Religious, etc):

. Specific issues

. Specific priorities


A way for organizing the analysis

A way for organizing the analysis


Delivery of education services

FUNDING

INFORMATION

Public Non Public

EvaluationTransparencyAccountability

INPUTS

Cash In Kind

Unconditional Incentives Conditional

ProvisionOperation Know-how

  • 2. Infrastructure

Delivery of education services

  • 3. Equipment

  • 4. Contents (curriculum)

  • 5. Materials, text books

  • 6. ITC

  • 7. Services (operation)

  • 8. Support demand by students (scholarships)

1. Physical space

Universal / Targeted to specific groups or needs

  • 9. Teacher training

  • 10. Training of Principals

  • 11. School management

  • 12. Extra curricular (sports, arts, etc.)

  • 13. Family, student support

  • 14. School context

  • 15. Public policy (standards, norms, etc.)


Middle education in mexico

FUNDING

INFORMATION

Public Non Public

EvaluationTransparencyAccountability

INPUTS

Cash In Kind

Mexicanos Primero

Unconditional Incentives Conditional

ProvisionOperation Know-how

  • 2. Infrastructure

Various local

Middle Education in Mexico

  • 3. Equipment

  • 4. Contents (curriculum)

  • 5. Materials, text books

Microsoft

  • 6. ITC

CISCO

TELMEX

  • 7. Services (operation)

  • 8. Support demand by students (scholarships)

1. Physical space

Becalos

Microsoft

Universal / Targeted to specific groups or needs

  • 9. Teacher training

CISCO

INTEL

TELMEX

  • 10. Training of Principals

  • 11. School management

  • 12. Extra curricular (sports, arts, etc.)

NGOs

  • 13. Family, student support

  • 14. School context

  • 15. Public policy (standards, norms, etc.)


Challenge identify strategy in a context where

Challenge: identify strategy in a context where…

  • Corporate interests vs real needs

  • Interest in specific

  • Groups vs real needs

Political gains vs real needs

  • Good will vs policy priorities


Conclusions role for wb in1

Conclusions: Role for WB in

  • 2. From individual actions to a framework that allows using funds efficiently and strategically

1. Coordination to make supply and demand (for support) meet.

  • 3. Influence design and “packaging” of private initiatives (WB endorsement)

  • 4. Generate information on what works (evaluation design and financing)


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