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23 Jul 2019

Partnering for Outcomes

Public-Private Partnerships for School Education in Asia Author: Sathya Sriram, Ramya Venkataraman and Li-Kai Chen

In this paper, the authors describe why public-private partnerships (PPPs) should be considered as a potential approach for improving education outcomes in Asia. Theyhighlight several interesting models that are emerging across the region, including case examples from Malaysia, Pakistan, Hong Kong and India, as well as the neighbouring geographies of Australia and New Zealand. Further, the authors describe the challenges that PPP models often encounter, especially in Asia. Finally, they outline some key success factors to consider as government and private players increasingly engage in such partnerships, drawing on learnings from within Asia and other parts of the world.

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