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Was macht eine zentrale Abschlussprüfung aus?

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  • Florian Birkenfeld

    () (Chair for Economic Policy, University of Passau)

  • Shima'a Hanafy

    (Chair for Economic Policy, University of Passau)

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Eine große Zahl ¨okonometrischer Studien, hat die Auswirkungen zentraler Abschlusspr¨ufungen auf die Leistungen von Sch¨ulern untersucht und immer wieder einen positiven Zusammenhang gefunden. Dieser Aufsatz soll dazu beitragen, den Begriff zentrale Abschlusspr¨ufung zu konkretisieren, indem zwischen der zentralen Aufgabenstellung und der anschließenden zentralen Bewertung unterschieden wird. Hierzu stellen wir den gesetzlichen Rahmen f¨ur die 16 deutschen Bundesl¨ander und die drei verschiedenen Schulabschl ¨usse jeweils dar. Im Anschluss unternehmen wir erste ¨okonometrische Analysen, die zeigen, dass sich der genauere Blick auf die unterschiedlich zentralen Abschlusspr¨ufungen tats¨achlich lohnt.

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  • Florian Birkenfeld & Shima'a Hanafy, 2008. "Was macht eine zentrale Abschlussprüfung aus?," Economics of Education Working Paper Series 0033, University of Zurich, Department of Business Administration (IBW).
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    Keywords

    Zentrale Abschlussprüfung; Schulsysteme;

    JEL classification:

    • I21 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Analysis of Education
    • I28 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Government Policy

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