The Cass School of Education and Communities is hosting an open debate, Education for Sale: a debate on the privatisation of education, between 4.00pm and 6.00pm at UEL’s Stratford Campus on Wednesday, 13 February 2013.
As recent governments have allowed the private sector a more prominent role in education, from free schools and academies to the marketisation of higher education, the panel will explore some of the implications of these changes: Will the involvement of the private sector in education inevitably increase social inequalities, or will education providers have more freedom to provide an improved service?
Chairing the panel is Claire Fox, leading public intellectual, while the panel members are:
To book a place at the debate, please contact Veronica Burton on firstname.lastname@example.org
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