An International Comparison of Achievement Inequality in Within- and Between-School Tracking Systems

@article{Chmielewski2014AnIC,
  title={An International Comparison of Achievement Inequality in Within- and Between-School Tracking Systems},
  author={Anna K. Chmielewski},
  journal={American Journal of Education},
  year={2014},
  volume={120},
  pages={293 - 324}
}
Secondary school tracking is organized in some countries on a course-by-course basis within schools and in other countries as explicit academic and vocational streaming, often in separate school buildings. This article is the first to compare these two forms of tracking, using student-level tracking data across the United States and 19 other developed countries. Results indicate that course-by-course tracking is less segregated by socioeconomic status (SES) than is academic/vocational streaming… Expand
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