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SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS BY THE OECD SECRETARIAT
STRUCTURES AND TRENDS
THE TRIPARTITE DIVISION
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ability academic access to higher age group analysis apprenticeship baccalaureat become CEGEPs cent changes cognitive complex compulsory concept core Country study country to country curricula curriculum differentiation distinction economic education and training education system educational stage elements emphasis employers employment enrol example fact flexibility formal foundation stage full-time Germany hidden curriculum higher education important industrial institutions involve issue Japan Japanese labour market learning less lines of study modular modules Netherlands occupations OECD organisation part-time particular pattern post-compulsory education post-compulsory stage post-secondary pre-academic problems programmes Quebec reflect reforms relatively role shift skills social socialisation specific status structure subjects Sweden Switzerland teachers teaching technical and vocational technical education technical streams technical/vocational traditional trends TVEI types United Kingdom upper secondary school vocational courses vocational education vocational streams year-olds young Youth Training Scheme youth unemployment