What is the Scope for Choice and Competition in Education?

By Allan Fels & Dr. Darryl Biggar – 

Is there scope for greater reliance on competitive market forces in the provision of education services? We argue that whilst there appears to be much scope for choice and competition in education, and certainly greater scope than exists at present in many countries, there are also some significant, often ignored, limitations on the scope for choice and competition if a major goal of education policy is to promote “equality of opportunity.”

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