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The Education Systems of Europe

  • WOLFGANG HÖRNER
  • HANS DÖBERT
  • BOTHO VON KOPP
  • WOLFGANG MITTER

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
  2. Wolfgang Hörner, Hans Döbert
    Pages 1-10
  3. Michael Schmidt-Neke
    Pages 11-31
  4. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 32-34
  5. Ingo-Eric M. Schmidt-Braul, Botho von Kopp
    Pages 35-51
  6. Ferdinand Eder, Franz Kroath, Josef Thonhauser
    Pages 52-76
  7. Rada Spasić
    Pages 77-84
  8. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 85-103
  9. Christiane Brusselmans-Dehairs, Martin Valcke
    Pages 104-127
  10. Katarina Batarilo, Volker Lenhart
    Pages 128-146
  11. Nikolay Popov
    Pages 147-165
  12. Jan Průcha
    Pages 166-183
  13. Marko Palekčić, Nenad Zekanović
    Pages 184-201
  14. Petros Pashiardis
    Pages 202-222
  15. Tobias Werler, Tine Bering Keiding
    Pages 223-236
  16. Väino Rajangu
    Pages 237-248
  17. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 249-250
  18. Pertti Kansanen, Matti Meri
    Pages 251-262
  19. Wolfgang Hörner
    Pages 263-283
  20. Ingo-Eric M. Schmidt-Braul, Botho von Kopp
    Pages 284-298
  21. Hans Döbert
    Pages 299-325
  22. Panos Xochellis, Anastasia Kesidou
    Pages 326-340
  23. Tamás Hives, Tamás Kozma, Imre Radacsi, Magdolna Rébay
    Pages 341-355
  24. Thorarinn Stefansson, Ragnheidur Karlsdottir
    Pages 356-377
  25. Maureen Killeavy
    Pages 378-393
  26. Günter Brinkmann, Wolfgang Hörner
    Pages 394-407
  27. Dascha Kuhn, Lulzim Dragidella
    Pages 408-417
  28. Irēna žogla, Rudīte Andersone, Emilija Černova
    Pages 418-437
  29. Botho von Kopp
    Pages 438-450
  30. Elvyra Giedraitiene, Dalia Kiliuviene, Stefan Brauckmann
    Pages 451-469
  31. Siggy Koenig
    Pages 470-486
  32. Christopher Bezzina, Grace Grima
    Pages 487-502
  33. Wolf Oschlies
    Pages 503-519
  34. Natalia Odobescu
    Pages 520-540
  35. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 541-543
  36. Claudia Strümpfel
    Pages 544-554
  37. Bob van de Ven
    Pages 555-572
  38. Tobias Werler, Kirsten Sivesind
    Pages 573-589
  39. Wolfgang Hörner, Inetta Nowosad
    Pages 590-606
  40. Jesus Maria Sousa, Carlos Nogueira Fino
    Pages 607-625
  41. Laura Dumbrăveanu
    Pages 626-645
  42. Gerlind Schmidt
    Pages 646-668
  43. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 669-670
  44. Vera Spasenović, Emina Hebib, Aleksandra Petrović
    Pages 671-687
  45. Štefan Švec, Mária Hrabinská
    Pages 688-706
  46. Jože Mlakar
    Pages 707-722
  47. María Jesús Martínez Usarralde
    Pages 723-740
  48. Tobias Werler, Silwa Claesson
    Pages 741-757
  49. Lucien Criblez
    Pages 758-782
  50. Yasemin Karakaşoğlu
    Pages 783-807

About this book

Introduction

This book is the first to present an analytical description of the education systems of all European countries, following common guidelines. These conceptual guidelines consider various criteria concerning presumptions as to the quality of a good education system. One of the book’s central aims is to explore the paradoxical character of education, i.e. the relationship between universal values and the search for a national identity. It looks at the dynamics of the developments in the ‘new’ Eastern European countries compared to those of ‘older’ Western European countries. It then goes on to discover a common pattern of European education and compares it to that of education systems outside Europe, making it relevant reading to educators around the world. The handbook provides many suggestions for further study.

Keywords

Europe European Union (EU) Nation comparative education education education systems european education national systems quality

Editors and affiliations

  • WOLFGANG HÖRNER
    • 1
  • HANS DÖBERT
    • 2
  • BOTHO VON KOPP
    • 3
  • WOLFGANG MITTER
    • 4
  1. 1.Erziehungswissenschaftliche FakultätLeipzigGermany
  2. 2.Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische ForschungBerlinGermany
  3. 3.Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische ForschungGermany
  4. 4.Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische ForschungGermany

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