ERIC Number: ED402455
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Reforming Upper Secondary Education in Europe. The Leonardo da Vinci Project Post-16 Strategies. Surveys of Strategies for Post-16 Education To Improve the Parity of Esteem for Initial Vocational Education in Eight European Educational Systems. Theory into Practice 92. Institute for Educational Research Publication Series B.
Lasonen, Johanna, Ed.
This book contains the following papers on the Leonardo da Vinci project: "Looking for Post-16 Education Strategies for Parity of Esteem in Europe" (Lasonen); "Improving Parity of Esteem as a Policy Goal" (Makinen, Volanen); "Alternative Strategies for Parity of Esteem between General/Academic and Vocational Education in Europe" (Kamarainen); "Finding New Strategies to Improve the Attractiveness of Post-16 Vocational Training in Austria" (Birke et al.); "Post-16 Strategies and the Austrian Reforms" (Birke et al.); "Academic and Vocational Learning: Division, Framework or Unified System" (Young, Spours); "The Reform of Academic and Vocational Qualifications in England and Wales: The Six Leonardo Themes" (Spours, Young); "The Experimental Reform of Finnish Upper Secondary Schools and the Cases of Salo and Tornio" (Numminen, Virolainen); "Post-16 Strategies and the Experimental Reform of Finnish Upper Secondary Schools" (Virolainen); "French Educational System" (Levrat); "Confrontations between Different Cognitive Fields and Restructuring a Relationship to Knowledge among Vocational Teachers" (Lazar); "Post-16 Strategies and the French National Reform of the Upper Secondary School" (Levrat, Lazar); "The Brandenburg Model Project: Combining the Apprenticeship System and the German Dual System with Access to Polytechnics" (Bremer, Heidegger); "Post-16 Strategies and the German Approach to Parity of Esteem" (Bremer); "Norwegian Upper Secondary Reforms in Academic/General and Vocational Education in the 1990s" (Andersen); "Issues Related to the National 'Reform-94' in the Norwegian Upper Secondary School" (Andersen); "The Development of a Unified System of Post-Compulsory Education in Scotland" (Raffe); "Issues in the Scottish Reform Programme: 'Higher Still' in Relation to the Six Themes" (Raffe); "General Scottish Vocational Qualifications (GSVQs) in Relation to the Six Themes of the Post-16 Strategies" (Murray); "Another Change in the Upper Secondary School in Sweden" (Arnman); "Notes on the Six Leonardo Themes" (Arnman); "Improving Parity of Esteem through Reforms" (Volanen, Levrat); "Labour Market Issues in the Eight Reforms" (Raffe, Makinen); "Networking between Schools and Working Life to Find New Forms of Learning for Future Skills" (Young, Bremer); "Flexibility in Post-16-Education and Curriculum Development" (Arnman, Lazar); "Teacher Education and Teacher Cooperation and Collaboration in Support of Reform" (Virolainen et al.); "Reforms and Their Influence on Educational Systems" (Birke, Spours); and "European Strategies for Parity of Esteem" (Raffe). (KC)
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Developed Nations, Educational Change, Educational Improvement, Educational Philosophy, Educational Practices, Foreign Countries, High Schools, Postsecondary Education, Program Implementation, Vocational Education
Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyvaskyla, P.O. Box 35, 40351 Jyvaskyla, Finland (120 Finnish markka).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Research; Books
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Sponsor: Commission of the European Communities, Brussels (Belgium).
Authoring Institution: Jyvaskyla Univ. (Finland). Inst. for Educational Research.