Development of Secondary Education: Trends and Implications
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1969 - Education, Secondary - 183 pages
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THE GROWTH OF SECONDARY EDUCATION
increase in enrolment ratios 1957 to 1963
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Abitur academic Actual Numbers Index admission to higher age-group Austria baccalaureat Belgium cent certificate holders certificated leavers changes classes CM CM CM common school comprehensive school compulsory schooling courses curricula curriculum Denmark drop-out economic educa educational policy educational system England and Wales enrolment ratios entrants example expansion Finland France full-time Germany grade Greece gymnasia gymnasium Hauptschule higher education included Index Actual Numbers Italy Japan labour market leaving certificate lower secondary education lycee needs Netherlands Norway number of certificated number of pupils Numbers Index Actual objectives OECD Member countries pass rate percentage Portugal primary school problem programmes realschule reform school structure school systems secondary enrolments secondary level selection social Spain streams subjects survival rate Sweden Table teacher training technical transfer Turkey types of education types of schools types of secondary United Kingdom upper primary upper secondary education upper secondary school VHMO vocational Yugoslavia