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The real education revolution
journal contributionposted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 by Jonathan Sibley
Book Review: Private Schooling in Less Economically Developed Countries: Asian and African Perspectives. In Australia we promote the ‘Education Revolution’. We promote notebooks for all. We build new school halls to ensure the economy does not slip into recession and debate whether $16b is too much, too little or whether the money should be spent on something else. In Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia the discussion centres not on school halls, or even computers, but on participation: how to achieve ‘Education for All’. We take it for granted that our children can attend school. For many of the world’s poor opportunities for even basic education continue to be either constrained or non-existent.