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  • Track choice and socioeconomic origin: measuring and explaining academic inhibition , LIEPP Policy Brief n°23, february 2016
  • Biased Aspirations and Social Inequality at School: Evidence from French Teenagers , LIEPP Working Paper, n°44, January 2016
  • La mixité sociale à l'école

    15 décembre - Séminaire " Politiques éducatives"
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  • Les stratégies statutaires des établissements d’enseignement supérieur. Une étude des « journées portes ouvertes » , LIEPP Working Paper n°40, novembre 2015
  • Inequalities of access to higher education. The role of policies, institutions and markets

    International Conference on Higher Education - October 8-9, 2015
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    INEQUALITIES OF ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION. THE ROLE OF POLICIES, INSTITUTIONS AND MARKETS 

     International Conference
    October 8-9, 2015

    Connecting research and policy/practice on higher education

    seminar LIEPP-OSC, October 6, 2015
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    Laura PERNA (UPenn)

    Visiting, October 2015
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    The James S. Riepe Professor and founding Executive Director of the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy, Laura PERNA (University of Pennsylvania) is visiting Sciences Po OSC/LIEPP from October 5 to October 10, 2015.

    To know more about her work, visit her profile.

    Prénom: 
    Laura
    Nom: 
    Perna
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

    Professeur invitée au LIEPP/OSC du 5 au 10 octobre 2015

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    Visiting Professor at LIEPP/OSC from October 5th to October 10th, 2015

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    Bio: 

    Laura W. Perna est James S. Riepe Professor et directeur exécutif fondateur de l'Alliance pour l'enseignement supérieur et la démocratie (AHEAD) à l'Université de Pennsylvanie. Elle est également présidente de la Division de l'enseignement supérieur de la Graduate School of Education et membre de Institute for Urban Research. Elle obtient sa licence  en économie et en psychologie à l'Université de Pennsylvanie, et son master en politiques publiques et son doctorat en sciences de l'éducation à l'Université du Michigan.

    Les recherches de Pr. Laura Perna portent sur les façons dont les structures sociales, les pratiques éducatives et les politiques publiques favorisent ou limitent l'accès au collège et les résultats, en particulier pour les personnes issues de familles à faible revenu et de groupes raciaux / ethniques minoritaires.

    Ses travaux ont fait l'objet à de nombreuses publications. Parmi les ouvrages récents: Understanding the working college student: New research and its implications for policy and practice (2010, Stylus), Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s Jobs in Metropolitan America: The Policy, Practice, and Research Issues (2012, University of Pennsylvania Press), The state of college access and completion: Improving college success for students from underrepresented groups (with Anthony Jones, 2013, Routledge), and The Attainment Agenda: State policy leadership for higher education (with Joni Finney, 2014, Johns Hopkins University Press). Ses travaux ont été présentés dans New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Atlantic, Education Week et dans Huffington Post, ainsi que dans des émissions de radio sur National Public Radio et Huffington Post Live. Elle contribue régulièrement à The Hill. Ses recherches ont été financées par des organisations telles que l'Institut des sciences de l'éducation du Département de l'éducation des États-Unis et la Fondation Lumina.

    Contributions : 

    Laura Perna présente son papier intitulé Connecting research and policy/practice on higher education dans un séminaire organisé par le LIEPP le 6 octobre 2015. Elle participe également dans la conférence internationale Inequalities of access to higher education. The role of policies, institutions and markets organisée par l'axe Politiques éducatives les 8 et 9 octobre 2015.

    Bio [english]: 

    Laura W. Perna is James S. Riepe Professor and founding Executive Director of the Alliance for Higher Education and Democracy (AHEAD) at the University of Pennsylvania. She is also chair of the Higher Education Division of the Graduate School of Education, faculty fellow of the Institute for Urban Research, faculty affiliate of the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative, member of the advisory board for the Netter Center for Community Partnerships, and member of the Social Welfare Graduate Group of the School of Social Policy and Practice. She holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and she earned her master’s in public policy and Ph.D. in education from the University of Michigan.

    Dr. Perna’s research examines the ways that social structures, educational practices, and public policies promote and limit college access and success, particularly for individuals from lower-income families and racial/ethnic minority groups. Her scholarship is published in a variety of outlets, including books, journal articles, and policy reports. Recent books include:  Understanding the working college student: New research and its implications for policy and practice (2010, Stylus), Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s Jobs in Metropolitan America: The Policy, Practice, and Research Issues (2012, University of Pennsylvania Press), The state of college access and completion: Improving college success for students from underrepresented groups (with Anthony Jones, 2013, Routledge), and The Attainment Agenda: State policy leadership for higher education (with Joni Finney, 2014, Johns Hopkins University Press).  Her research has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Atlantic, Education Week, and Huffington Post, as well as on National Public Radio programs and Huffington Post Live. She is also a regular contributor to The Hill. Her research has been funded by organizations including the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences and the Lumina Foundation.

    Contributions :

    Laura Perna presents a paper entitled Connecting research and policy/practice on higher education in a seminar organized by LIEPP October 6th 2015. She also takes part in the international conference Inequalities of access to higher education. The role of policies, institutions and markets organized by the Educational Policies research group on October 8th and 9th 2015.

    Page perso: 
    http://scholar.gse.upenn.edu/perna
    Spécialité (en): 
    Access, choice, and equity in higher education College finance and affordability Federal and state involvement in pre-college and college education

    Analysis of Educational Reforms in European Systems

    September 08, Seminar Educational Policies
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    The analysis of educational reforms in European systems

    Tuesday 08 September

    16:00-18:00

    Room Lavau

    Prénom: 
    Beatriz
    Nom: 
    PONT
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    Bio: 

    Beatriz Pont, Senior Policy Analyst in the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, is currently on sabbatical to undertake her PhD Thesis. At the OECD since 1999, her main focus has been education policy analysis and advice. She has managed and contributed to a range of education policy comparative reviews in the area of school improvement, school leadership, equity, adult learning and adult skills, among others (Education Policy Outlook 2015); (Equity and Quality in Education: Supporting Disadvantaged Students and Schools (2012); Improving Lower Secondary Education in Norway (2011); Improving Schools in Mexico (2010); Improving School Leadership (2008); Promoting Adult learning (2005)). She previously worked in the research department in the Economic and Social Council of the Government of Spain, and in Andersen Consulting.

    She has a BA from Pitzer College and a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University and is preparing her PhD Thesis in Political Science at the Complutense University in Madrid. 

    Recent publications: 

    OECD (2015) Education Policy Outlook 2015 : Making Reforms Happen ; Perspectives des politiques de l'éducation 2015 : Les réformes en marche

    OECD (2015) Improving Schools in Sweden: An OECD Perspective;

    OECD (2014) Improving Schools in Wales: An OECD Perspective;

    OECD (2012) Equity and Quality in Education : Supporting Disadvantaged Students and Schools ;

    Bio [english]: 

    Beatriz Pont, Senior Policy Analyst in the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, is currently on sabbatical to undertake her PhD Thesis. At the OECD since 1999, her main focus has been education policy analysis and advice. She has managed and contributed to a range of education policy comparative reviews in the area of school improvement, school leadership, equity, adult learning and adult skills, among others (Education Policy Outlook 2015); (Equity and Quality in Education: Supporting Disadvantaged Students and Schools (2012); Improving Lower Secondary Education in Norway (2011); Improving Schools in Mexico (2010); Improving School Leadership (2008); Promoting Adult learning (2005)). She previously worked in the research department in the Economic and Social Council of the Government of Spain, and in Andersen Consulting.

    She has a BA from Pitzer College and a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University and is preparing her PhD Thesis in Political Science at the Complutense University in Madrid.  

    Recent publications: 

    OECD (2015) Education Policy Outlook 2015 : Making Reforms Happen ; Perspectives des politiques de l'éducation 2015 : Les réformes en marche

    OECD (2015) Improving Schools in Sweden: An OECD Perspective;

    OECD (2014) Improving Schools in Wales: An OECD Perspective;

    OECD (2012) Equity and Quality in Education : Supporting Disadvantaged Students and Schools ;

    Page perso: 
    http://www.oecd.org/edu/contactus.htm
    Spécialité: 
    Politique d’éducation comparée