Teese Richard, Aasen Petter, Field Simon & Pont Beatriz (2006). Equity in Education Thematic Review : Spain - country note. Paris : OCDE. En ligne : <http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/41/39/36361409.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Teese2006a
Keywords: Espagne, justice, migration
Creators: Aasen, Field, Pont, Teese
Publisher: OCDE (Paris)
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"This country note was prepared as part of the OECD thematic review of equity in education across member countries. The review aims to assist countries in developing and implementing effective policies for equity in education. It examines the contribution of different phases of education to lifetime equity and inequity and looks, in particular, at socio-economic, ethnic, regional and gender issues. It is primarily concerned with equality of opportunity while recognising that relative equality of outcomes is often used as an indicator of equality of opportunity."
"Equity policies are developed in contexts marked by economic and social change. It is important to note these changes before considering the performance of an education system. In the Spanish context,changes have occurred in the economy, in the structure of the population (age and cultural background),and also in social attitudes and participation in civil society. Compared to the years when Spain was making the transition from dictatorship to democracy, the Spanish population today is more highly
educated, more likely to be employed in the services sector, better-off financially, more active in citizenship, more open to external influences, and more conscious of the evolving global environment and of Spainâ€™s complex links with that environment.
There are two sets of recent changes which are of particular relevance to the performance of the Spanish education system, particularly on equity indicatorsâ€”population change through immigration, and economic change through industry shift and economic integration in Europe and the wider world."
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