Long-term effects of extended choices for upper secondary school – from proximity principle to grading principle (RiR 2018:28)
The Swedish National Audit Office’s new audit report shows that the extended opportunities to choose an upper secondary school have had small but positive effects on the future incomes and level of education of pupils. The changes have been most significant for children of parents with a low level of education.
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