The limits and possibilities of schooling: an introduction to the sociology of education
Analyse de la crise de l'enseignement, les raisons de l'inégalité des chances, les alternatives offertes (free schools, open schools...), l'organisation sociale de l'enseignement et sa résistance au changement, les tendances innovatives susceptibles de transformer l'école et l'enseignement traditionnel.
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The Crisis in Schooling
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A. H. Halsey ability ability groups academic adult argue argument Arthur Jensen ascribed characteristics behavior believe black students Bowles and Gintis capitalist child cognitive skills contemporary society critics cultural curriculum defer gratification demands educa educational credentials educational expansion elites environment equality of opportunity evidence example expansion of schooling explanation free schools functional paradigm grades high school high status positions increasing individuals institutions intellectual intelligence IQ scores IQ tests Jencks kinds knowledge low status lower class children lower class students measures ment meritocratic middle class mobility moral neo-Marxist occupational status open classrooms parents particular problem qualities quartile radical paradigm rational recent relationship role school achievement school performance schools teach self-fulfilling prophecy social class social origins socio-economic status Sociology status groups student learning suggest talent teacher expectations test scores theory tion tional traditional classrooms traditional school values William Sewell York