2 edition of Beyond educational inequality in Czechoslovakia found in the catalog.
Beyond educational inequality in Czechoslovakia
by Institute of Sociology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in [Prague]
Written in English
|Series||Working papers, Pracovní texty.|
|LC Classifications||LC213.3.C95 M37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||97134765|
The story on inequality within countries is less appealing, however. [The Globalization of Inequality] tells this complex story well."—Martin Wolf, Financial Times "This book is written in calm prose, but its message is urgent: continue as we are and poverty will grow on our doorsteps."—Danny Dorling, Times Higher Education. Institutionalized Discrimination in the Education System and Beyond: Themes and Perspectives International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) Page | 3. INSTITUTIONALIZED DISCRIMINATION IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR Inequalities are embedded in the structure of the classroom.
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Educational inequality can manifest itself not only in regards to the level but also—as is the case in many European nations—in the kind of education, specifically academically versus vocationally oriented education.
The original ISCED scheme provided in the IALS fails to take this form of horizontal differentiation into by: His work centres on the performance of working-class masculinities within and beyond educational institutions and he is the author of the award winning book From Labouring to Learning, Working-class Masculinities, Education and De-industrialization (Palgrave MacMillan).
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As it addresses the most pressing arenas of racial inequality, from education and employment to criminal justice and health, Beyond Discrimination exposes the unequal consequences of the ordinary workings of American society.
It offers promising pathways for future research on the growing complexity of race relations in the United States. Gilberto Q. Conchas is professor of education policy and social context at the University of California, s’ research focuses on inequality with an emphasis on urban communities and schools.
He is the author of The Color of Success: Race and High-Achieving Urban Youth (), Small Schools and Urban Youth: Using the Power of School Culture to Engage Youth (), and. educational system in the Czech Republic: the perspective of justice. Nicomachean Ethics, Book V, Beyond Educational Inequality in Czechoslovakia.
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In addition, the comprehensiveness of education systems-in terms of the annual schooling time, preschool enrollment rate, and public expenditure on education-may affect educational inequality. Evidence for Bourdieu’s social reproduction theory and its contributions to understanding educational inequality has been relatively mixed.
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One of the mainly used measures of inequality is the Gini coefficient. Ranging from 0 to 1, the Czech Republic scores well withwhereas the EU average was Not only the number itself, but also its perception and reflection in society are important.
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This new situation may, among other effects, further deepen the considerable existing inequalities in education, which are already higher in the Czech Republic than in most other European countries. This paper assesses inequality in longevity across education and gender groups in 23 OECD countries around Data on mortality rates by age, gender, educationals attainment and for, 17 countries, cause of death, were collected from national sources, with similar treatment applied to all countries in order to derive comparable measures of longevity at age 25 and 65 by gender and education.
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