Feinstein Leon, Duckworth Kathryn & Sabates Ricardo (2004). A Model of the Inter-generational Transmission of Educational Success. Londres : Centre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning. En ligne : <http://www.learningbene ... ntros/ResRep10intro.htm>.
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BibTeX citation key: Feinstein2004a
Keywords: Angleterre, famille, rĂ©ussite scolaire
Creators: Duckworth, Feinstein, Sabates
Publisher: Centre for Research on the Wider Benefits of Learning (Londres)
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"The inter-generational transmission of educational success is a key driver of the persistence of social class differences and a barrier to equality of opportunity. This report provides a review of the role of parental education in this process. We examine theory and evidence on the key factors that impact on childrenâ€™s attainment and assess the ways in which education alters the related dynamic processes.
To structure our presentation of the theory and evidence we draw on the multi-level ecological model of developmental psychology. This provides a framework for presenting ideas not just from psychology but also from economics and other social sciences. It also enables a focus on the interaction between factors as well as other contexts beside the family, such as schools, pre-schools and neighbourhoods."
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