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Redoublement et transfert des élèves : Quel impact pour les systèmes d'éducation ?

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    Les systèmes d’éducation font face de différentes façons au défi de la diversité des effectifs scolarisés. Certains pays adoptent un système d’éducation global non sélectif qui vise à garantir l’égalité des chances dans l’apprentissage pour l’ensemble des élèves, laissant aux établissements et aux enseignants le soin de gérer la diversité des besoins des élèves. D’autres pays regroupent les élèves, que ce soit dans d’autres établissements ou d’autres classes au sein même des établissements, de façon à les prendre en charge selon leur potentiel académique, leurs intérêts et/ou leur comportement. Le redoublement des élèves peu performants ou le transfert vers un autre établissement des élèves présentant de faibles résultats ou des problèmes de discipline sont, à cet effet, deux pratiques courantes de regroupement...

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    Paper provided by OECD Publishing in its series PISA à la loupe with number 6.

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    Date of creation: 01 Jul 2011
    Handle: RePEc:oec:edudde:6-fr
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