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Inequality in Education

Abstract : In mass education societies, participation in primary and secondary education is quasi-universal. Hence, social inequalities are most visible in the continuation to Higher Education and in the length and quality of tertiary programmes selected by students from different social backgrounds. Therefore, it seems natural to promote educational equalization by focusing on economic and cultural barriers faced by high school seniors. [First paragraph]
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Carlo Barone. Inequality in Education. 2019. ⟨hal-02297936⟩



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