Nevertheless, by the mid-1950s the situation was clearly in sight in most of non-communist Europe whereby secondary education for all would be in some sense a reality, and Europe could look at the American pattern of education no longer in wonder, but as something that was within reach. The question was then asked whether Europe should adopt the American structure of education.
KeywordsSecondary Education Comprehensive School Grammar School Academic School American Pattern
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