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2003 - Volume 44 > Numéro 3

ISSN 0035-2969

Ethnical segregation at secondary school and its consequences
Georges FELOUZIS

pp. 413-447

 

This article proposes some remarks on ethnical segregation in secondary schools based on the analysis of the distribution of over 144.000 students in 333 secondary schools in the Bordeaux Academy. First, the author suggested forming an indicator in order to define the ethnical variable related to the students first names, and thus distinguish the « autochtones » from the « allochtones ».Then, he observed the distribution of the students, particularly in relation to this ethnical variable, in all the secondary schools of the Academy to show that there is a high level of dispersion and that very few schools concentrate large numbers of allochtonous students. Finally, the author examines the educational consequences of ethnical segregation in terms of school results and choice of course at the end of 4th year secondary school (15-16 year-olds)

 

 

 
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