23 SES 10 A, Market Ideas and Practices II
The introduction of new forms of privatization is a fact in almost all educational systems worldwide. The mechanisms of privatization do not always appear explicitly in the discourse and development of policies. In many cases, those processes are hidden, making their identification and analysis specially complicated. The aim of this paper is to present the design of a research agenda related to this situation. We would like to go in depth into those mechanisms of implantation of the quasi-market system in Spain, more concretely in Andalusia. In order to do so, it is need to distinguish between those proposals that develop processes of privatization of education, but also a second group that stresses changes in the way the public system is regulated, known as privatization in education. Our interest here is to offer a qualitative view of those phenomena, trying to analyze the changes that are taking place in the nature and meanings of the roles of the educational actors, their impact over educational results and, beyond that, over the segregation and social exclusion processes that might appear, as the research over other international contexts suggests.
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