Private encroachment through crisis-making: the privatization of education for refugees

@article{Le2019PrivateET,
  title={Private encroachment through crisis-making: the privatization of education for refugees},
  author={H. Le},
  journal={Education Policy Analysis Archives},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={126}
}
  • H. Le
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Education Policy Analysis Archives
How has education for refugees been shaped by broader dynamics of educational privatization? This paper argues that the invoking of the ‘refugee crisis’ narrative has been a crucial force in facilitating the privatization of this sector. The urgency of crisis helps to naturalize private actors’ participation in refugees’ education as equal partners to host governments, multilateral agencies, and civil society. Consistent with Stephen Ball’s (2012) distinction between privatization in and of… Expand

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