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The access and success in the different higher education tracks in France for female and male youths of North-African origin?

Abstract : In France, the baccalauréat is the key diploma to enter higher education and today nearly half of the youths from immigrant families have such a diploma. What kind of educational outcomes can they expect in higher education? Our presentation will focus on the access to and the completion of higher education according to ethnic origin, social background and gender.
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Christine Guégnard, Jake Murdoch. The access and success in the different higher education tracks in France for female and male youths of North-African origin?. Gender and Migration in Different Tracks of Higher Education, SFIVET (Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training), Oct 2014, Berne, Switzerland. ⟨halshs-01091500⟩

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