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Söderström Martin & Uusitalo Roope (2005). School choice and segregation : Evidence from an admission reform. Uppsala : Institute for Labour Market Policly Evaluation (IFAU), Working paper, n° 2005-7. En ligne : <http://www.ifau.se/upload/pdf/se/2005/wp05-07.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Soderstrom2005
Categories: General
Keywords: carte scolaire, évitement scolaire, Scandinavie, ségrégation
Creators: Söderström, Uusitalo
Publisher: Institute for Labour Market Policly Evaluation (IFAU) (Uppsala)
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URLs     http://www.ifau.se ... e/2005/wp05-07.pdf
Abstract     
"This paper studies the effects of school choice on segregation. We analyze the effect of a reform in Stockholm that changed the admission system of public upper secondary schools. Before the year 2000, students had priority to the school situated closest to where they lived, but from the fall of 2000 and onwards, admission is based on grades only. We show that the distribution of students over schools changed dramatically as a response to extending school choice. As expected, the new admission policy increased segregation by ability. However, segregation by family background, as well as, segregation between immigrants and natives also increased significantly."
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