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Absentéisme des élèves : Prévalence et conséquences


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Dans les pays de l’OCDE, durant les deux semaines précédant les épreuves PISA, 18 % des élèves ont séché au moins un cours, et 15 % des élèves au moins une journée entière de classe. Dans les systèmes d’éducation très performants, rares sont les élèves qui sèchent des cours ou des journées entières de classe. Dans les pays de l’OCDE, les élèves qui sèchent des cours ou des journées entières de classe obtiennent un score en mathématiques inférieur de respectivement 32 et 52 points. L’absentéisme touche tous les élèves, qu’ils soient issus de milieux socio economiques favorisés ou défavorisés.

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  • Ocde, 2014. "Absentéisme des élèves : Prévalence et conséquences," PISA à la loupe 35, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:edudde:35-fr

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