Approaches to education can be viewed two ways – economically and ethically.

The economics of education concerns the creation and delivery of educational services, which can be understood in terms of both supply of and demand for these services.

The ethics of education concerns the level of equity found when education services are created and delivered.

When educational services are viewed through these economic and ethical lenses, policy-makers, practitioners, advocates, and researchers can gain insights into the distribution of education services, as well as gaps in distribution that harm education equity.

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