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The marriage of the public and private sectors is the answer to a stable education system. Most funding agencies enter into bilateral agreements to empower existing, albeit often weak, government education systems. Funding education through the private sector—targeting existing nongovernment schools—is a fundamental component of the IDP Rising Schools Program.



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