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Nicaise, Idesbald

Overview
Works: 5 works in 8 publications in 3 languages and 11 library holdings
Roles: Author
Classifications: HM683,
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Most widely held works by Idesbald Nicaise
Les politiques d'éducation prioritaire en Europe. Tome I Conceptions, mises en œuvre, débats by Lia Antoniou( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'ouvrage présente les premiers résultats de l'étude EuroPEP développant une analyse comparative des politiques d'éducation prioritaire (PEP) dans huit pays européens : Angleterre, Belgique, France, Grèce, Portugal, République tchèque, Roumanie, Suède. Il met l'accent sur les évolutions qui ont affecté ces politiques scolaires depuis leurs premières formulations comme "politiques de compensation" à la fin des années soixante. Il étudie leurs contenus et modalités de mise en œuvre, confronte les débats et savoirs s'y rapportant. Les politiques de compensation sont nées dans une période d'optimisme quant à l'avènement d'une société plus égalitaire, et dans le prolongement des réformes politiques assurant la transition d'une école élitiste vers une école de masse unifiée, censée garantir l'égalité des chances. Elles sont alors le plus souvent des politiques territorialisées : il s'agit d'accorder des moyens supplémentaires et de mobiliser des ressources pour lutter contre les inégalités scolaires dans les territoires urbains où se concentrent les difficultés économiques et sociales. Certaines de ces politiques ont perduré jusqu'à nos jours ; elles ont néanmoins connu d'importantes transformations au nom de la lutte contre l'exclusion, tandis que de nouveaux dispositifs relevant d'une tout autre philosophie ont progressivement émergé ailleurs. L'ouvrage décrit et questionne ces évolutions impliquant la désignation des publics bénéficiaires, l'organisation, les curriculums, l'action pédagogique, les finalités. Multiplication de dispositifs particuliers, gestion des "groupes à risques", individualisation de l'enseignement, adaptations curriculaires autour des "besoins spécifiques" sont autant d'éléments qui définissent un nouvel âge des "PEP" dont le rapport aux enjeux de démocratisation de l'accès aux savoirs demeure bien incertain. This volume presents the first results from the EuroPEP study in which a comparative analysis was carried out of priority
Sociale economie, maatschappelijke integratie en algemeen belang by Idesbald Nicaise( Book )

2 editions published in 2005 in Dutch and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

European education and training systems in the second decennium of the lisbon strategy( Book )

3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With the Lisbon Strategy, education and training (E&T) entered the centre stage of European policy making. It was realised that lifelong learning is a key driver of the Lisbon Strategy as expressed in the integrated guidelines for growth and employment. The leading challenges in the field of E&T were embedded in the existing policy framework and open method of coordination supporting the Lisbon process as documented in the “Education and Training 2010 Work Programme”. While the (revised) Lisbon Strategy seems to start paying off in terms of growth and employment, a need is felt to further strengthen its knowledge dimension through (among other things) intensified efforts to combat early school leaving, greater mobility of knowledge and human capital, pooling of research investments and a boost in technological innovation (EC, Strategic report on the renewed Lisbon strategy, 2007). At the same time, the context has changed quite radically since the launch of the Lisbon Strategy with the EU enlargement, major economic shocks, new geopolitical tensions, increased awareness of the threat of global warming, etc. Whereas the knowledge-based society is still commonly seen as the best policy paradigm to address such challenges, there is a need to think forward about what European E&T systems should look like beyond 2010, and to develop the strategic basis for the follow-up to the Lisbon Strategy post 2010. As a basis for the European Commission’s forward thinking, this report provides first ideas on perspectives for European E&T systems in the medium and long term, based on the existing knowledge in education sciences. Given the nature of the topic which is oriented far into the future, this task by necessity has to be mainly a brainstorming exercise. Against this background, the report first discusses key challenges in three main dimensions (demography, sustainability and globalisation) and then examines their implications for European E&T systems beyond 2010. Broadly speaking, the challenges were already there a decade ago; but some new developments have emerged after the turn of the Millennium that may require adjustments in European E&T strategies
Active labour market policies and social enterprises( )

1 edition published in 2007 in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Active labour market policies and social inclusion: the case of Flemish social enterprises by Idesbald NICAISE( )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Languages
English (4)

Dutch (2)

French (1)