Orbis scholae

2015, Volume 10, Number 3

SCHOOL TRACKING: DIVERSE MECHANISMS, EFFECTS AND POLICY RESPONSES

Guest Editors: David Greger and Adam Gamoran

 

Editorial
Editorial
David Greger, Adam Gamoran

topical papers
Recent Developments in School Tracking Practices in Germany: An Overview and Outlook on Future Trends
Michael Becker, Marko Neumann, Hanna Dumont

Curricular Differentiation and Stratification in Australia
Laura B. Perry, Stephen Lamb

Trends in Educational Fluidity after the Fall of Socialism in the Czech Republic
Tomáš Katrňák, Natalie Simonová

empirical papers
Head Teacher’s Social Support, Personality Variables and Subjective Well-Being of Slovak Primary Teachers
Anna Janovska, Olga Orosova, Jozef Janovsky

interview
About Testing, Tracking, and School Choice with Professor Adam Gamoran
David Greger, Jaroslava Simonová

report
Report on the XVI World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES 2016)
Eliška Walterová

Thanks to the Reviewers

 

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