Alejandro Caravaca is an adjunct professor at the Faculty of Educational Sciences (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). He teaches in the Bachelor of Education and is a member of the Education and Gender group. He holds a MSc in Social Policy, Work and Welfare (UAB) and a BSc in Educational Studies (UAB), including a semester at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). He has participated in several research projects about education policy in Central America and the Caribbean, about the historical role of the World Bank in education policy worldwide, and about pluricultural identities in Catalonia. His main research interests are education policy, education inequalities, and gender studies.
Written by Alejandro Caravaca
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 16 October 2020
“Privatisation tendencies in Dominican education: Heterarchy, network governance and new philanthropy”, by D. Brent Edwards Jr., Mauro C. Moschetti, Alejandro Caravaca.
Alejandro Caravaca, Mauro Moschetti, D. Brent Edwards Jr.
The privatisation of education is manifesting in increasingly complex ways. These range from the participation of private actors in the provision of education services to the incorporation of business logics in public education. To be sure, the variety of forms in which this phenomenon manifests presents challenges when it comes...“Privatisation tendencies in Dominican education: Heterarchy, network governance and new philanthropy”, by D. Brent Edwards Jr., Mauro C. Moschetti, Alejandro Caravaca.