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Abstract : Concerns about spatial disparities in training supply, outputs of the education system and school-to-work transition have for long been at the heart of French research on social inequalities. These issues have become even more crucial, since the decentralisation of public vocational training policies, and the devolution of their management to the regions 20 years ago. Cross-regional comparisons show dramatic discrepancies between the regional educative systems, on several dimensions such as: the educational participation rate, the share of vocational training in initial education, or the importance of apprenticeship. Local specificities exist in the educative system, as will be shown further: pathways within the educative system and transition from school to work unfold in a specific environment, which -shapes individual-s choice and actions- Allmendinger, 1989, all the more that they are less mobile. It is then worth taking account of -societal effects- observable at the local level.

keyword : Territorial Intelligence

Author: Yvette Grelet -

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/


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