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“Privatization includes all forms of privately funded public education, including individual and corporate donations, user fees, advertising-for-service, etc. It also refers to the shifting mindset that view education as an individual, private good or responsibility, rather than a social, public one.”

– Erika Shaker, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives  

    Background information 


    • Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives publishes research on privatization issues. Use their search feature to find relevant publications.
    • CUPE maintains a comprehensive web page on privatization, including public-private partnerships.
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