Alternative Way to Expand Access and Improve Quality Public–Private Partnership in Education in the Republic of Korea and Japan

Focusing on the financial support for private schools and on the accountability system, it explores the contribution of public–private partnerships in universal secondary education in these two countries. Despite initial challenges, these countries succeeded in expanding educational opportunities by involving private sector under well-organized accountability system. Drawing from these case studies, the publication provides recommendations that aim to help developing member countries expand educational opportunities and improve the quality of education as appropriate for each country.

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Public–Private Partnership in Education
  • Private School Policy in the Republic of Korea
  • Private School Policies in Japan
  • Policy Implications and Recommendations
  • References

This page was generated from /publications/access-improve-quality-ppp-education-rok-jpn on 06 June 2024

Source URL: