DOI: https://doi.org/10.25128/2520-6230.20.1.10.

THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF ACCESS POLICIES HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE 1970-1998 IN GREECE

Dimitris Karantonis

Abstract


Educational reforms contributed to transforming the way the education system performs functions of choice, specialization and reproduction. Basic features of this transformation are a) the shift of choice from one step to the next and b) internal differentiation, which are directly related their. In several cases, the shift of choice to the next step was accompanied from internal grade differentiation. Also, widening participation in a step has always been accompanied by the strengthening of internal differentiation and / or internal differentiation of the next step through one Multi-level network of options.

Keywords


education; higher education; reforms.

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