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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Michael Schmidt-Neke
    Pages 1-19
  3. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 21-24
  4. Susanne Bandau, Davit Ganjalyan
    Pages 25-37
  5. Ferdinand Eder, Josef Thonhauser
    Pages 39-60
  6. Eric Lepisto
    Pages 61-76
  7. Stephan Malerius
    Pages 77-97
  8. Christiane Brusselmans-Dehairs
    Pages 99-116
  9. Katarina Batarilo-Henschen, Volker Lenhart
    Pages 117-139
  10. Peter Bachmaier
    Pages 141-154
  11. Marko Palekčić, Igor Radeka, Nenad Zekanović
    Pages 155-171
  12. Petros Pashiardis, Andreas Tsiakiros
    Pages 173-186
  13. Botho von Kopp
    Pages 187-206
  14. Palle Rasmussen, Tobias Werler
    Pages 207-226
  15. Viive-Riina Ruus, Priit Reiska
    Pages 227-250
  16. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 251-253
  17. Matti Meri
    Pages 255-268
  18. Wolfgang Hörner, Guillaume Many
    Pages 269-292
  19. Natia Andguladze, Iva Mindadze
    Pages 293-304
  20. Hans Döbert
    Pages 305-333
  21. Panos Xochellis, Anastasia Kesidou
    Pages 335-354
  22. Magdolna Rébay, Tamás Kozma
    Pages 355-370
  23. Thorarinn Stefansson, Ragnheidur Karlsdottir
    Pages 371-383
  24. Marie Clarke, Maureen Killeavy
    Pages 385-402
  25. Sara-Julia Blöchle
    Pages 403-424
  26. Lulzim Dragidella
    Pages 425-435
  27. Irēna Žogla, Rudīte Andersone, Emīlija Černova
    Pages 437-455
  28. Botho von Kopp
    Pages 457-471
  29. Dalia Kiliuvienė
    Pages 473-493
  30. Siggy Koenig
    Pages 495-508
  31. Wolf Oschlies, Wolfgang Hörner
    Pages 509-522
  32. Christopher Bezzina
    Pages 523-543
  33. Reinhard Hannesschläger
    Pages 545-556
  34. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 557-559
  35. Saša Gavrić
    Pages 561-580
  36. Bob van de Ven
    Pages 581-601
  37. Nina Volckmar, Tobias Werler
    Pages 603-619
  38. Wolfgang Hörner, Inetta Nowosad
    Pages 621-644
  39. Jesus Maria Sousa, Carlos Nogueira Fino
    Pages 645-658
  40. Laura Dumbrăveanu
    Pages 659-677
  41. Gerlind Schmidt
    Pages 679-706
  42. Wendelin Sroka
    Pages 707-708
  43. Vera Spasenović, Emina Hebib, Slavica Maksić
    Pages 709-723
  44. Beata Kosová, Štefan Porubský
    Pages 725-742
  45. Jože Mlakar
    Pages 743-757
  46. María Jesús Martínez Usarralde
    Pages 759-777
  47. Tobias Werler, Silwa Claesson, Ola Strandler
    Pages 779-796
  48. Lucien Criblez
    Pages 797-823
  49. Yasemin Karakaşoğlu, Yilmaz Tonbul
    Pages 825-850
  50. Marina Želudenko, Alla Sabitowa
    Pages 851-868

About this book

Introduction

This updated second edition presents 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 central aims is to explore the paradoxical character of education, i.e. the relationship between universal values and the search for a national identity. The common structure of the different country analyses oriented by crucial problems of education worldwide guides to discover common patterns of European education compared to that of education systems outside Europe, making its reading relevant to educators around the world. The handbook provides many suggestions for further study.

Keywords

European education comparative education education system elementary education systems higher education systems international education national systems pre-school education systems professional education systems school systems secondary education systems vocational education systems

Editors and affiliations

  • Wolfgang Hörner
    • 1
  • Hans Döbert
    • 2
  • Lutz R. Reuter
    • 3
  • Botho von Kopp
    • 4
  1. 1.University of LeipzigLeipzigGermany
  2. 2.University of ErfurtErfurtGermany
  3. 3.Helmut Schmidt UniversityHamburgGermany
  4. 4.German Institute for Pedagogical ResearchFrankfurt/MainGermany

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