How to avoid the unification of diversity?
“How independent schools organize themselves – and try to find their way as different and unique on one hand – and on the other hand try to unify efforts and stick together” Taking the Oxford dictionary on-line and looking at the origin of the word unify: early 16th century: from French unifier or late Latin unificare ‘make into a whole’… Read
Cooperation and lobbying for Independent Schools in Europe
TreeLLLe (an Italian private think tank for public affairs) invited Simon Steen to give a presentation about ECNAIS on the TreeLLLE conference in Rome 25 June 2014 about How to make more space for pluralism in the Italian education system?
Public financing and private management of schools: case The Netherlands (2014)
Simon Steen wrote together with a Dutch colleague on request of TreeLLLe (an Italian private think tank for public affairs) the article Public financing and private management of schools: case The Netherlands (2014)
25th anniversary of ECNAIS booklet
25 years of diversity and free parental school choice ensured by civil society ECNAIS is a non-political, non-confessional, international association for collaboration between national associations of independent schools in European countries. We use the term ‘independent’ in our statutes, but more common all over Europe is the term ‘private’ schools, meaning not governed or owned by the state. ECNAIS concerns… Read
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