Fully integrating upper-secondary vocational and academic courses: A flexible new way?
•Fully integrating upper-secondary VET courses into an academic curriculum is seen as a way of avoiding streaming.•Taking an integrated VET course is associated with lower academic achievement and reduced chance of university entry.•Courses that try to accommodate the conflicting needs of academic a...
|Place of publication:||
OXFORD Elsevier Ltd 01.12.2016
PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
|published in:||Economics of education review Vol. 55; pp. 117 - 131|
|Data of publication:||December 2016|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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