Educational Inequalities in the Czech Republic

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Straková, J., Tomášek, V. & Willms, J.D. Educational Inequalities in the Czech Republic. Prospects 36, 517–527 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11125-006-9009-3

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Keywords

  • Czech Republic
  • Educational Inequality
  • Basic School
  • Special Education School
  • Secondary Vocational School