Social Inclusion: The Higher Education Sector in Chile and in the United Kingdom
journal contributionposted on 13.07.2020, 14:50 by Francisco Castaneda, Ed BrownEd Brown, Jon Cloke, Francisco Gil, Máximo Gonzalez, Carla Cisternas
The Higher Education (HE) systems of Chile and the UK are compared in terms of the ‘massification’ (Altbach, 1989) and the relevance and adequacy of the private-public provision mix. Dissimilar, each country has tried to build social inclusion into HE outreach at the same time as allowing participation of the private sector. Also included in the research are a) the role of social capital as a positive contribution for the social and economic development; b) the current state of social inequality in access to HE; and c) an in-depth analysis of the implications of both state and private roles over social inclusion in HE. Outreach programmes from each country, the Propedeutico in Chile and Aimhigher in the UK, are also analysed for lessons learned.
- Social Sciences
- Geography and Environment