endogenous privatisation

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  • Privatisation IN education - endogenous
    • Refers to privatisation within the education system, as institutions begin to operate more like private businesses
    • This involves schools managing themselves like independent businesses with few controls by the national and local government
    • Privatisation means: competition for students, efficiency, performance related pay for teachers, consumer choice of schools, target setting, league tables, inspections and per capita funding (funded by the number of students)
      • These policies were first established by the Conservatives (1979-1997), continued by Labour (1997-2010) and speeded up more under the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition (2010-2015)
    • There has been a growing number of unqualified staff on lower pay and weaker contracts
    • These techniques aimed to make schools more like businesses


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