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Group Submission Type: Refereed Round-Table Session
The growth of the non-state sector in developing education markets over the past decade has been rapid and transformative. The sector itself is highly diverse both within and between countries, and there has been similar diversity in the policies governments and other actors have enacted to guide interaction with the sector.
This roundtable will draw lessons from national case studies that have experimented with different approaches to involving the non-state sector in delivering education goals. It will draw reflections on what types of approaches are the most successful in encouraging a positive impact as well as sharing lessons learnt.
Approaches to engaging with private schools – Lessons from Nigeria - Alina Lipcan, Oxford Policy Management
Enacting global policy at a national level: Save the Children’s positioning on user fees and private schools - Khadija Badri, Save the Children
The PEAS model in Uganda as a case study of increasing equity through the non-state sector - Rachel Linn, PEAS (Promoting Equality in African Schools)