UNESCO has opened its consultation process to gather insights for the 2021 Global Education Monitoring Report. The topic of the report will be the role of non-state actors and will look at the issue of public versus private, philanthropic and NGO engagement in education. Find out more about the consultation process and make your submission.
The issue of whether non-state education provision promotes or hinders inclusion is something we in EENET feel is especially important to analyse. There is evidence in the UK that the growth in non-state involvement in school management through the academies approach may be leading to an increase in learners with disabilities being excluded. Wherever you are in the world, please share with UNESCO your experiences of non-state involvement in education, especially in relation to positive or negative impacts on inclusive education.