The Enduring Nature of the Tripartite System of Secondary Schooling in Germany: Some Explanations

British Journal of Educational Studies 48 (4):391 - 412 (2000)
This paper suggests explanations for the enduring nature of the tripartite system of secondary education in Germany and the failure to develop the comprehensive school (Gesamtschule) over a long period.
Keywords Germany  tripartite system  educational change  Unification  comprehensive schools
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DOI 10.2307/1555891
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