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Rajashri Chakrabarti and Paul E. Peterson

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780262033763

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: August 2013

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262033763.001.0001

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Perspectives in Public-Private Partnerships in Education

Perspectives in Public-Private Partnerships in Education

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(p.2) (p.3) 1 Perspectives in Public-Private Partnerships in Education
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School Choice International
Author(s):

Rajashri Chakrabarti

Paul E. Peterson

Publisher:
The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262033763.003.0001

This book provides a series of general, overarching assessments of the promise provided by public–private partnerships, focusing on specific partnerships in particular countries. The conventional division between the public and private sector—between publicly financed and managed schools versus privately financed and managed schools—is examined, while initiatives that are publicly funded but privately managed are evaluated. Public–private partnerships can be divided into four broad categories: Publicly funded resources that are publicly managed, privately funded resources that are privately managed, publicly funded resources that are privately managed, and privately funded resources that are publicly managed. For the purposes of this book, publicly funded privately managed schools are divided into two subcategories: Schools where the nongovernmental authority approached the state for funding; and schools where private authorities have been invited to manage.

Keywords:   public–private partnerships, publicly financed schools, privately financed schools, nongovernmental authority, private authorities

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