The complex equation of education financing

01 January 2011
IIEP Newsletter, Vol. XXIX, No. 1 January-April 2011

Editorial

The imperative of financing education ... in the light of recent global events
by Khalil Mahshi, Director of IIEP

Focus

The complex equation of education financing
Structural challenges can be overcome only in the long term
by Serge Peano, IIEP

Basic education: the role of parents and private sector
The state must remain the prime mover in achieving quality public education for all
by Serge Peano, IIEP

Achieving EFA through fee-free education
Renewed efforts are needed to maintain progress in improving quality of education in West and Central Africa
by Dramane Oulai, IIEP

The challenges of fee-free policies
A move from general measures to more targeted policies – examples from English speaking countries in eastern and southern Africa
by Igor Kitaev, IIEP

Towards centralization – the Chinese experience
Lessons learned from both ends of the spectrum
by Le Thu Huong, UNESCO Bangkok

Paths towards innovative financing
Debt swaps for education and public–private partnerships
by Ilona Genevois, IIEP and Lina Benete, UNESCO

Grasping the opportunity of innovative financing
Creating a virtuous circle of change in the education sector
by Christian Masset, Director-General of Globalization, Development and Partnerships at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Training programmes

Building capacities through distance education
by Jimena Pereyra, IIEP