Educational policies and inequalities in Europe
- Uniform Title
- Politiques d'éducation prioritaire en Europe. English.
- Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
- Physical description
- xv, 325 p. ; 23 cm.
LC93 .A2 P6 2012
- Unknown LC93 .A2 P6 2012
- Demeuse, Marc.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of Tables Acknowledgements Foreword-- S.Power Introduction: Towards a Comparison of Priority Education Policies in Europe-- D.Frandji Policy Interventions to Reduce Educational Inequalities: The Case of England-- L.Antoniou, A.Dyson & C.Raffo Priority Education Policies in Belgium: Two Modes of Regulation of the Effects of a Market Logic-- N.Friant, M.Demeuse, A.Aubert-Lotarski & I.Nicaise Twenty Five Years of Priority Education Policy in France: Dubious Specificity and Disappointing Results-- J.Rochex Greece: Educational Programmes in Support and Innovation-- G.Varnava-Skoura, D.Vergidis & C.Kassimi From the Invention of the Democratic City to the Management of Exclusion and Urban Violence in Portugal-- J.Correia, I.Cruz, J.Rochex & L.Salgado Priority Education Policies in the Czech Republic: Redesigning Equity Policies in the Post-Communist Transformation-- D.Greger, M.Levinska & I.Smetackova Romania: A System in Evolution, Searching for its Conceptual References-- C.Rus Sweden: Priority Education Policies in Times of Decentralization and Individualization-- G.Francia & L.Herrera Conclusion: Priority Education Policies in Europe: From One 'Age' and One Country to Another-- J.Rochex Bibliography Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This book makes an important contribution to understanding why strategies designed to reduce inequalities in education do not appear to work. In order to understand why some education policies succeed and others fail, it is necessary to look at education provision in terms of systems - and the best way of understanding the characteristics of any one system is through comparison with others. Analyzing polices in eight European countries that aim to intervene in the reproduction of social and educational inequalities, this book enriches our understanding of the limits and possibilities of educational reform and provides an important step in interrupting some of the patterns of social disadvantage and educational failure.
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- Publication date
- edited by Marc Demeuse ... [et al.].