School Failure in Serbia1

  title={School Failure in Serbia1},
  author={P{\'e}ter Rad{\'o}},
  • Péter Radó
  • Published 2010
The purpose of the paper is to enrich the policy discourse in Serbia on one of the most striking features of primary and secondary education: the high proportion of students who are failing in many different ways. The findings are mainly based on international comparative analysis that leads to the distinction among three European equity patterns: compensative education systems that are characterized by a high level of equity (low impact of background, weak selection) and high quality (above… CONTINUE READING


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