Les organisations de la société civile soulignent les limites de la nouvelle étude sur le modèle éducatif des écoles Bridge (Bridge International Academies) et appellent à la prudence dans l'interprétation des résultats

À la lumière des normes relatives aux droits de l'Homme concernant le droit à l'éducation et de l'objectif de développement durable (ODD) 4, les organisations de la société civile signataires cidessous expriment de sérieuses inquiétudes quant aux implications potentielles de l’étude récemment publiée "Can Education be Standardized ? Evidence from Kenya" (L'Éducation peutelle être standardisée ? Données du Kenya).

Civil society organisations highlight limitations of new study on Bridge International Academies’ education model, and urge caution in interpreting findings

In the light of human rights standards on the right to education and the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4, the signatory civil society organisations below raise serious concerns about the potential implications of the recently released working paper “Can Education be Standardized? Evidence from Kenya". We urge governments and other actors to recognise the limitations of this study, which some will seek to use to justify the expansion of for-profit private provision of education and scripted teaching methods.

El financiamiento educativo y justicia fiscal: un acercamiento al tema en América Latina y el Caribe

En los países latinoamericanos, la necesidad de disponer de recursos adicionales para financiar los servicios sociales, la infraestructura y la inversión educativa ponen de manifiesto la urgencia de vincular fiscalidad y educación en las discusiones sobre las políticas públicas.

Working paper | Public education works: five lessons from low- and middle-income countries

In recent decades, governments have made considerable efforts to provide education for all. However, a large gap remains between international commitments, such as the Sustainable Development Goal 4, and the actual achievement of equitable quality education for all. As a result, certain actors often critique public education as ineffective and inefficient, and thus incapable of addressing this issue. They argue for privatisation as a solution, deeming private providers as more innovative and effective than public ones.

Research brief | Public Education Works: lessons from five case studies in low- and middle-income countries

In recent decades, governments have made considerable efforts to provide education for all. However, a large gap remains between international commitments, such as the Sustainable Development Goal 4, and the actual achievement of inclusive and equitable quality education for all. As a result, certain actors often critique public education as ineffective and inefficient, and thus incapable of addressing this issue. They argue for privatisation as a solution, deeming private providers as more innovative and effective than public ones.

Cumbre munidal de la educación: declaración de la sociedad civil sobre la educación pública y el financiamiento de la educación

En la Cumbre Mundial de Educación, 37 OSC piden a los líderes mundiales de la educación que utilicen el financiamiento de miles de millones de dólares para apoyar la educación pública

 

Declaración conjunta, 27 de julio de 2021

التمييز المجتمعي،فقاعات المدارس الخاصة وتضاؤل الدعم الماضي للتعليم العام: الخصخصة في العالم العربي

في يوم الأربعاء ٢٨ أبريل استضافت مبادرة الحق في التعليم(RTE)  بالمشاركة مع الحملة العربية للتعليم للجميع  حلقة دراسية شبكية في سياق فعاليات الأسبوع العالمي للتعليم لهذا العام. استقطب الحدث مشاركين ومتحدثين من عدة دول عربية من أجل تداول وجهات النظر حول التحديات الخاصة التي تواجهها المنطقة. 

Date: 
2 حزيران (يونيو) 2021

Human Right to education: horizons and meanings in the post-pandemic

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The Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education (CLADE, by its Spanish acronym) is a pluralistic network of civil society organizations with a presence in 18 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, which promotes social mobilization and political advocacy to defend the human right to education. This collection of articles, essays and statements reflect on the vital role of public education in the region and the fault lines exposed by the pandemic, considering both the challenges public education in Latin America faces and possible solutions, alternatives and ways forward.

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