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Les grandes espérances: Comment les notes et les politiques éducatives façonnent-elles les aspirations des élèves ?

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    Les pays diffèrent dans la façon dont ils utilisent les notes, mais ils récompensent tous, en général, la maîtrise de compétences et d’attitudes propices à l’apprentissage. Les enseignants tendent à attribuer de meilleures notes aux filles et aux élèves issus d’un milieu socio-économique favorisé, et ce même si ces deux groupes d’élèves ne font pas preuve de meilleures attitudes ou performances que les garçons et les élèves issus d’un milieu socio-économique défavorisé. Il semble que les notes ne constituent pas seulement un moyen d’évaluation des progrès scolaires des élèves, mais aussi un indicateur des compétences, comportements, habitudes et attitudes valorisés à l’école.

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    Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series PISA à la loupe with number 26.

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    Date of creation: 01 Mar 2013
    Handle: RePEc:oec:edudde:26-fr
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