Maroy Christian (2004). Regulation and inequalities in European education systems. Louvain : UniversitĂ© catholique de Louvain - GIRSEF. En ligne : <http://www.girsef.ucl.a ... network_VF_10dec041.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Maroy2004b
Keywords: carte scolaire, inĂ©galitĂ©, justice, rĂ©gulation
Publisher: UniversitĂ© catholique de Louvain - GIRSEF (Louvain)
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"Education systems across Europe are changing. These changes affect the way systems are being regulated and how responsibility is being shared, as well as those with responsibility over their management. Equality of opportunity remains an important aspect of education policy and changes in the way education systems operate are likely to impact on questions of inequality.
This project compares the development of public regulation of secondary education systems in five European countries (England, Francophone Belgium, France, Hungary and Portugal). It has analysed how these developments affect the local organization of schooling, including the way local actors may contribute to inequality and school segregation. It has also identified regulatory modes for the variable and complex ways that public authorities orient and co-ordinate policy and activities in response to state regulation, market forces and the demands of local communities. The project looks at how public regulations at central, intermediate and local levels interact with other â€śquasi-marketďż˝? forms, like external and internal regulation of schools within local education areas."
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