New Education Privatisation (NEP) in English Education for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL): A four-nation comparative study

  • CHIU, Ming Ming (PI)
  • CHOI, Taehee (CoI)
  • CHEN, Junjun (CoI)
  • LINGARD, Bob (CoI)
  • CREAGH, Sue (CoI)
  • HOGAN, Anna (CoI)
  • Yamato, Yoko (CoI)
  • Takayama, Keita (CoI)
  • Mori, Izumi (CoI)
  • TSATSARONI, Anna (CoI)
  • SARAKINIOTI, Antigone (CoI)
  • VOGOPOULOU, Areti (CoI)
  • SIFAKAKIS, Polychronis (CoI)
  • POUDEL, Prem Prasad (CoI)

    Project: Research project

    Project Details


    The project aims to: 1. Identify ideas and material and structural conditions at the supra-governmental, national and local levels that enable and shape the trajectories and strategies of NEP in each national case and in individual schools, specifically in ESOL; 2. Investigate the impact of NEP in contemporary public schooling and on teachers’ practices, and their professionalism, particularly in ESOL; 3. Investigate ways to ensure the quality and equity of ESOL provision under NEP; and 4. Extend the theorisation of NEP in ESOL by investigating its appropriate use in public school systems to ensure quality education for all.

    Funding Source: RGC - General Research Fund (GRF)
    Effective start/end date01/01/20 → 31/12/23


    • New Education Privatisation, English speaking, comparative study, public school


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