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Schulabbrecher in Deutschland - eine bildungsstatistische Analyse mit aggregierten und Individualdaten

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    Obwohl viel über Personen mit fehlenden Bildungsabschlüssen diskutiert wird, gibt es für Deutschland bislang keinen umfassenden Bericht über Jugendliche, die die Schule ohne Abschluss verlassen. Diese Studie schließt diese Lücke. Sie gibt einen Einblick über die zeitliche und regionale Entwicklung der Schulabbrecherquote sowie die Verteilung der Schulabbrecher auf unterschiedliche Schulformen. In Ostdeutschland und den Stadtstaaten verlassen überdurchschnittlich viele Jugendliche die Schule ohne Hauptschulabschluss. Jungen, Ausländer und Schüler in Haupt- und insbesondere Förderschulen sind besonders betroffen. Mithilfe von Daten des Sozioökonomischen Panels (SOEP) kann zudem gezeigt werden, dass ausländische Staatsbürgerschaft, gering qualifizierte Eltern und der Besuch einer Hauptschule das Risiko eines Schulabbruchs erhöhen.

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    Paper provided by Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Chair of Labour and Regional Economics in its series Discussion Papers with number 71.

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