Stereotypes, Self-censorship and academic success

Research team: Nina Guyon (National University of Singapore)  Elise Huillery (Co-director of the Educational policies research group) The project seeks to account for the negative effects of stereotypes associated with underprivileged social classes on the academic success of adolescents coming from these social classes. These...

"Active orientation" towards higher education : policies and mechanisms

Research team: Agnès van Zanten (OSC-LIEPP), Sylvie Da Costa (chargée de recherches, OSC-LIEPP), Julia Lindbom (chargée de recherches OSC-LIEPP et responsable du service Jeunes diplômés-Sciences Po Avenir), Alice Olivier (doctorante à l’OSC sous la direction d’Agnès van Zanten), Anne-Claudine Oller (maître de conférences, Université Paris Est...

School aspirations and results: the chicken or the egg

Research team: Mathieu Ichou Students’ aspirations and ambitions are often considered as a decisive element in their academic success. But at the same time they are interpreted as an outcome of the students’ academic results. In this project, Mathieu Ichou questions this potentially reciprocal relation. As a first step he seeks to understand if...

Teachers' educational strategies as parents, and school career of teachers' children

Research team :  Agnès van Zanten (OSC-LIEPP) Carole Daverne-Bailly (Université de Rouen) Géraldine Farges (Université de Bourgogne) Séverine Kakpo (Université Paris 8)  Presentation :  Teachers’ children are better at school. They also reach better social positions than other middle class children (Sophie Devineau and Alain Léger,...

Primary and secondary school teachers' retirement in France

Research team: Denis Fougère (OSC et LIEPP) Pierre Gouedard (LIEPP/Departement d'économie) This research project aims at evaluating the impact of the 2003 French reform of pension scheme. For teachers as for all civil servants, this reform changed many important dimensions of the previous scheme, sharpening the conditions to get full retirement...
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