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Educational role of the press

Educational role of the press

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Published by World Peace Foundation .
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StatementInternational Institute of Intellectual Co-operation ; contributers Henry de Jouvenel et al.
ContributionsDe Jouvenel, Henry., International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation.
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Downloadable! Educational opportunities determine the intergenerational mobility of human capital and are affected by institutional features of schooling systems. The aim of this paper is twofold. It intends to show how strongly student performance depends on student background as well as to explain cross-country differences in educational opportunities by decisive features of .


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