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2017 | 8 | 4 | 29-35
Article title

Szkoły statutowe jako forma decentralizacji i podniesienia jakości kształcenia w Stanach Zjednoczonych Ameryki

Content
Title variants
EN
Charter Schools as the Form of Decentralization and Improving the Quality of Education in the United States of America
Languages of publication
PL EN
Abstracts
PL
Słabe wyniki nauczania oraz trendy centralizacyjne w amerykańskiej oświacie skłoniły spo-łeczności lokalne i organizacje społeczne do poszukiwania alternatywnych form kształcenia. Jedną z nich są szkoły statutowe. Opierając się na dotychczasowych badaniach, autorka wskazuje na nieistotne różnice między szkołami tradycyjnymi i statutowymi w zakresie efektów kształcenia oraz istotne różnice w wyrównywaniu szans uczniów z niezamożnych rodzin i mniejszości rasowych.
EN
Poor teaching outcomes and centralization trends in an American education have prompted local communities and social organizations to seek alternative forms of education. One of them are charter schools. Referring to the previous studies, the author points to the insignificant differences between traditional and charter schools in the teaching outcomes, and important differences in equal opportunities for students from poor families and racial minorities.
Year
Volume
8
Issue
4
Pages
29-35
Physical description
Dates
published
2017
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Wydział Socjologiczno-Historyczny, Instytut Nauk o Polityce, Zakład Administracji Publicznej i Polityki Społecznej
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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