March 5, 2020

The Education Voucher, a Proposal for Excellence

The idea behind education vouchers has a solid academic and research backing. This arguably began in the 1950s with Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman proposing various models for public-private partnerships to guarantee that basic services were provided more efficiently and with greater freedom of choice.
August 31, 2017

A Response to EU Public Consultation on the Most Effective Methods in Formal and Informal Teaching and Learning

The European Commission sought public opinion on the importance of equipping young people with shared values and on how education and non-formal learning can help achieve this aim in view of creating more socially cohesive societies.
April 1, 2017

Education 4.0

Current schooling systems are badly equipped to deal with rapid technological innovation and changing work patterns such as the sharing economy and the rise of portfolio careers. This is particularly true of southern European countries where centralisation has restricted educational freedom and has led to weaker student performance and persistently high rates of youth unemployment