Each society is unique in how education is organized. At which age students are sorted into different school careers, the importance of student performance for school accountability, the vocational education and training system, the autonomy of schools, the use of standardized tests; on each of these dimensions educational systems differ between societies. Moreover, the variation is not only found between countries, but also within countries over time.
- Teacher, Parent and Student Attitudes and Behavior in Different Educational Systems – Sara Geven
- Policy Changes, Educational Outcomes and Inequalities in Comparative Perspective – PhD Project Lotte Scheeren
- Mechanisms of Educational Inequality in Different Educational Systems – PhD Project Andrea Forster
- Explaining institutional changes in educational systems – PhD Project Nigel Kragten
- Inclusive Education and Social Support to Tackle Inequalities in Society (ISOTIS) – Jesper Rözer
- Perceptions of Legitimacy of Educational Systems – Anatolia Batruch