Contributions from private foundations to finance education may soon outstrip official developmental assistance. This is presumably a good thing. It could help meet the $16 billion global funding gap in primary education. And private foundations are politically neutral, faster, and farther-reaching than traditional government actors.
Or are they? During the last decade, non-state actors have become increasingly involved in international educational development, and large private foundations...
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