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Differences in Secondary Education and their Short - and Longer-Term Effects on Inequalities of Educational Opportunities

Posted on Thursday 20th November 2014

Date/Time:   Thursday 27 November 2014 09:45 - 18:00

                        Friday 28 November 2014 09:30 - 18:00

Location:       Refectory, Badia Fiesolana

Phase 3 of the ERC project 'Education as a Lifelong Process / Comparing Educational Trajectories in Modern Societies’ (eduLIFE) examines how the organization of secondary education in modern school systems affects educational and social inequalities in the early life.

This phase of the project compares 16 in-depth country-specific case studies. The comparative design of the study includes European countries such as Italy, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, England, Scotland, Ireland, Switzerland, Denmark, Estonia, and Hungary but also Australia, Israel, Russia, and the United States. Overall, more than 50 scholars participate in this research phase.

Results are going to be presented by more than 40 attending researchers at the 6th eduLIFE workshop "Differences in Secondary Education and their Short- and Longer-Term Effects on Inequalities of Educational Opportunities”.

You are welcome to contact Alina Vlad, the eduLIFE Project Coordinator, for registration or for any further queries.

 

Contact:           Alina Maria Vlad ( EUI ) - Send a mail

Organiser:       Hans Peter Blossfeld  ( EUI )

Attachment:   Edulife Programme (PDF)

 

Organized and financed by: the European Research Council within the framework of the eduLIFE project.

 

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