ISCHE XXIV - Paris 2002. Secondary Educations
10.07.2002 - 13.07.2002
INTERNATIONAL STANDING CONFERENCE FOR THE HISTORY OF EDUCATION (ISCHE)
ISCHE XXIV ¬Ė Paris 2002
Institutional, Cultural and Social History
Lyc√©e Louis-le-Grand, July 10-13, 2002 Paris 2002
ISCHE XXIV is organised under the patronage of the Minister of Education, by the Service d¬íhistoire de l¬í√©ducation (SHE-INRP/CNRS) and by the University of Paris - Sorbonne. A Patronage Commission is being set up.
Secondary education, the history of which is generally far from being studied as much as primary and higher education, is yet a very rich subject. In the past, secondary education used to give a general education and a common culture to a future social elite. In more democratic societies, where education for all has become an economic asset as well as a right, it had and it still has to adapt to mass education, by diversifying or by offering a new culture, and new methods to pass it on. The historical interests as well as the present stakes of this question have led ISCHE XXIV¬ís organizing committee to propose the theme of secondary education, in the broadest sense of the word - any post-elementary education aimed at teenagers - without chronological or geographical limits. On the occasion of the bicentenary of the creation of lyc√©es, ISCHE XXIV is organized in France where secondary education - organized and controlled by the state - has long represented the core of the educational system. It may be the starting point of comparative reflections on the following themes:
Political, institutional and administrative history
¬∑ The role of the national state, regional and local authorities and churches.
¬∑ Coexistence of a public and private sector.
¬∑ Strategic, administrative and pedagogical autonomy of schools.
Schools and school communities as subjects of study
¬∑ How to deal with schools as a historical subject?
¬∑ School community: that of teachers and pupils.
¬∑ Sociology and anthropology of pupils: school status, social position, gender.
¬∑ Recruitment, careers, working and living conditions.
¬∑ Teachers as a professional group.
¬∑ Secularization, specialization, feminization
Models, courses and curricula
¬∑ Social elite and meritocracy.
¬∑ The policies of meritocracy: scholarships, rankings, competitive examinations.
¬∑ Discrimination and affirmative action.
¬∑ Humanistic and realistic models.
Information und Kontakt:
|Veranstalter||Service d`histoire de l`√©ducation - INRP|
|Kontaktadresse||Urban, Wayne J.|
|Beginn der Veranstaltung||10.07.2002, 00:00|
|Ende der Veranstaltung||13.07.2002, 00:00|
|Inhaltsbereich der Veranstaltung||Wissenschaft/Bildungsforschung|
|Adressaten||Hochschullehrer/innen / Forscher/-innen|
|Zuletzt ge√§ndert am||28.03.2006|