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Unequal AttainmentsEthnic educational inequalities in ten Western countries$

Anthony Heath and Yaël Brinbaum

Print publication date: 2014

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DOI: 10.5871/bacad/9780197265741.001.0001

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Italic numbers denote references to tables.

1.5 generation migrants 3, 6
Abada, T. 169–70
academic achievement, see educational performance
academic path, see tracking
accountability, and exams 251
adulthood, transition to 174
affirmative action 171
African-origin groups
educational careers 161, 162
gender inequalities 217
lower secondary grades 72, 74, 79, 81
migration 32, 42
tertiary education 178, 179, 182, 183
age
of compulsory schooling 45–6, 49 see also timing of track selection
Alba, R. 250–1
Albanian-origin groups 81
Algerian migrants 33
Antillean-origin groups 7, 33, 42
early school-leaving 111
tertiary education 173, 174, 177
upper secondary completion 129, 135
Asian-origin groups
lower secondary grades 71, 73–4, 77, 80
tertiary education 171, 177, 178, 179, 180
aspirations
and integration 97–8
and tertiary education 187
assimilation, see integration
asylum seekers 2 see also refugee migration
baccalauréat 48, 176
Bangladeshi-origin groups
educational careers 162
gender inequalities 208, 214
tertiary education 177, 179, 185, 214
upper secondary completion 154
upper secondary tracking 129, 132
Banting, K. 50–1
behaviour, and gender 199, 201
Belgium
education system 45, 47, 49–50, 174–5
educational careers of migrants 158, 161
gender inequalities 210, 214
guest workers 2, 32, 245
migrant population 2, 29, 32, 33 n. 3
migrant selectivity 39–40, 245
multicultural/integration policy 51–3
socioeconomic background and grades 76
tertiary education completion 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 185
tertiary education system 174–5
upper secondary completion 152, 153, 154
upper secondary tracking 125, 126, 133, 134
black groups
gender inequalities 210, 212
and oppositional cultures 100
in US tertiary education 171 see also African-origin groups; Caribbean-origin groups
Brinbaum, Y. 1, 10, 17, 99, 119, 149, 176
Britain
migrant selectivity 42–3
use of term 1 n.
Canada
education system 46, 47, 48, 49–50
educational careers of migrants 158, 160, 169–70, 185–7
immigration policy 8, 65, 84, 170, 245
migrant population 2, 29, 31
migrant selectivity 8, 37–8, 65, 84, 245, 256
minority educational success in 65, 84, 170
multicultural/integration policy 7–8, 51–3
socioeconomic background and grades 76
(p.274) tertiary education completion 177, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185
tertiary education system 169–70
upper secondary completion 152, 154, 156
career opportunities
and early school-leaving 95, 96, 101, 114, 115
and upper secondary completion 149, 153 see also labour market
Caribbean-origin groups
early school-leaving 110, 111, 208
educational careers 161, 162
gender inequalities 208, 210, 212
lower secondary grades 81
migration 7, 33, 42, 43
tertiary education 173, 177–9, 182, 184
upper secondary completion 150, 154, 212
upper secondary tracking 129, 135, 139, 210
central examinations 45–6, 50, 251, 257, 262
Chinese-origin groups
educational careers 160, 162
gender inequalities 208, 214
lower secondary grades 73, 83, 86, 88
migration 5, 32, 37–8, 42
tertiary education 177, 179
upper secondary completion 150
upper secondary tracking 129, 132 see also East Asian-origin groups
choice theories 98–9, 112, 113, 151, 163
colonial ties
and selectivity 36, 43 see also post-colonial migration
community effects
defining 11–12, 66, 248
and educational performance 86
meta-analysis 247, 248, 252–4, 259, 260, 263
meta-analysis, measurement of 255–7
comparative integration context 8–9, 123
compulsory schooling
contextual effects
continuation
gender differences 208–10, 216, 228–31 see also early school-leaving
continuation decisions
choice driven 98–9, 101
performance driven 63, 101
costs of tertiary education 170–1, 172, 173, 176
cross-national differences 7–9
Crul, M. 8–9, 123, 174
cultural dissonance 5–6, 65, 99, 111, 112
cultural explanations 5–6, 248
of early school-leaving 99–100, 111, 112–13
cultural similarity 64–5, 81
curriculum standardisation 45–6, 49–50, 251–2, 257, 262
datasets 9–11, 24
de Heus, M. 253
de Valk, H. 174
decision-making, see continuation decisions
destination countries
comparing success in 65, 86–7, 88–9
cross national differences 7–9
gender inequalities 195–6, 218
migrant groups in 2, 26–30
destination effects
defining 11, 66, 248
and educational performance 68, 69, 84–6
meta-analysis 247, 248, 249–52, 260, 261–2, 263
meta-analysis, measurement of 257–9
previous focus on 262
and upper secondary completion 150–1
Dinovitzer, R. 169
discrimination
and early school-leaving 97, 100, 101, 113
gender specific 201, 218–19
in labour market 21, 122, 187, 201–2, 218–19
Docquier, F. 36
double advantage 204, 210, 214
double disadvantage 204, 208, 216–17
Dronkers, J. 8, 68–9, 253
drop out, see early school-leaving
Duru-Bellat, M. 176
early school-leaving 14–15, 95
antecedents of 96
consequences of 96, 115
in context of educational career 157–62
in different systems 102–4, 105
and educational performance 63, 101, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112
influences on minority groups 96–7
meta-analysis 259–62
and social origin 106–11, 112
theories of 98–102, 112–14 see also continuation
(p.275) East Asian-origin groups 245
early school-leaving 106, 108, 208
gender inequalities 208, 212
lower secondary grades 64, 73, 80, 83, 84, 88
migration 5, 65
tertiary education 177, 179
upper secondary completion 154, 212
upper secondary tracking 132, 139 see also Chinese-origin groups
East European-origin groups
early school-leaving 107
educational careers 162
economic migrants 31–2, 43
education, importance of 2
educational development, in origin countries 248–9, 259, 263
educational level, see parental education
educational performance (at end of lower secondary) 13–14
in context of educational career 157–62
and continuation/early school-leaving 63, 101, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112
and cultural similarity 64–5
and gender 195, 199, 200, 205, 207, 216, 217, 223–7
gross ethnic differences 70–4
and immigration policies 65–6
and integration policies 65
in meta-analysis 259–62
previous research 67–9, 246
and selectivity 65–6, 82–8
and socioeconomic background 64, 68, 75–82
and tracking decisions 102–3, 120, 123, 132–9 see also examinations
educational systems 13, 44–7, 49–50
cross-national differences 8–9
early school-leaving 100–4, 114
gender inequalities 218
impact on ethnic inequality 245–6, 248, 250–2, 261–2
meta-analysis measurements of 257
stratification in, See stratification
tertiary education 169–76
tracking in, See tracking
upper secondary completion 150–1
employment protection 252, 259, 262
England and Wales
early school-leaving 101, 103, 104, 105, 106
education system 46, 47, 49, 50, 172–3
educational careers of migrants 158, 161–2
gender inequalities 208, 210, 214
migrant population 2, 29, 32, 33
multicultural/integration policy 8, 51–3
tertiary education completion 177, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185
tertiary education system 172–3
upper secondary completion 152–3, 154, 155
upper secondary tracking 127, 129, 136, 137
use of term 1 n.
Espenshade, T.J. 171
EQUALSOC 2
Estonian migrants 34
ethnic background, primary/secondary effects of 168
ethnic diversity 1
ethnic inequalities 4–7
ethnic origins (shared) 34
ethnic penalties
link with gender 203–4, 216–17
use of term 5
ethnic premia
link with gender 203–4, 216–17
use of term 5
European-origin groups
lower secondary grades 71, 74, 78, 81, 83
migration 6–7
tertiary education 177, 178, 181, 182
examinations
central exams 45–6, 50, 251, 257, 262
and upper secondary completion 151, 152–3 see also educational performance
family formation, timing of 174
family-related migration 28, 32, 34
Feliciano, C. 7, 36–7, 66, 253
(p.276) financing of tertiary education 170–1, 172, 173, 176
Finland
early school-leaving 102–3, 104, 105, 106, 114
education system 45, 47, 49, 50
gender inequalities 208
migrant population 2, 29, 32, 34
migrant selectivity 43
multicultural/integration policy 51–3
shared origin of migrants 34
socioeconomic background and grades 76
upper secondary tracking 127, 129–30, 137, 250
Fleischmann, F. 12–13, 18–19, 25, 193
fluidity between tracks 45–6, 47, 48, 123–4, 144
Fordham, S. 100
former Soviet Union-origin groups 34, 132, 133, 154, 210
former Yugoslav-origin groups
gender inequalities 208, 210, 212, 217, 218
lower secondary grades 81, 86, 87
refugees 35
upper secondary tracking 129–30, 133, 137
France
early school-leaving 103, 104, 105
education system 45, 48–9, 175–6
educational careers of migrants 158, 160
gender inequalities 208
migrant population 2, 29, 32, 33
migrant selectivity 43
multicultural/integration policy 51–3
tertiary education completion 177, 179, 181, 182, 183, 185
tertiary education system 175–6
upper secondary completion 152, 153, 154, 155
upper secondary tracking 122, 127, 129, 135, 136, 143, 250–1
gender inequalities 4, 18–19
continuation in education 208–10, 216, 228–31
in destination countries 195–6, 218
educational performance 195, 199, 200, 205, 207, 216, 217, 223–7
and ethnic penalties/premia 203–4, 216–17
and gender role socialisation 198–9, 200–1, 217–18, 219
in origin countries 196–8, 217
over educational career 216–19
research on ethnicity and 193, 196
and returns to education 199–200, 201–2, 218–19
tertiary education completion 201–2, 214, 215, 218–19, 240–3
tracking 130–2, 210, 211, 216, 232–5
upper secondary completion 212–14, 216, 236–9
gender role socialisation 198–9, 200–1, 217–18
General Educational Development (GED) test 152
geographic distance, and selectivity 36–7, 44
Germany
education system 45, 47, 49–50
gender inequalities 208, 210
German origin of migrants to 34
migrant population 2, 30, 32, 245
migrant selectivity 40, 41, 245
multicultural/integration policy 51–3
socioeconomic background and grades 76
upper secondary completion 152, 153, 154
upper secondary tracking 125, 126, 133, 134, 250
Gibson, M. 188
Granato, N. 119
grandes écoles 175, 176
Greek-origin groups 208
Guégnard, C. 176
guest workers 2, 32
lower secondary grades 64, 65–6, 74, 81
and selectivity 7, 39–41, 65–6
Heath, A.F. 1, 17, 63, 99, 119, 120–1, 149, 169, 175, 245
higher education, see tertiary education
higher vocational colleges (HBOs) (Netherlands) 173
Human Development Index (HDI) 255
Iberian-origin groups 205
Ichou, M. 95
immigration policies
Canadian points system 8, 65, 84, 170, 245
impact on educational success 65–6, 84, 170
income inequality
and selectivity 36 see also socioeconomic background
Indian-origin groups
educational careers 162
gender inequality 214, 217
lower secondary grades 73, 83
migration 5, 33, 42
tertiary education 179, 214
upper secondary completion 150
upper secondary tracking 129, 132
Indonesian migrants 33
(p.277) information, culture and lack of 99
institutional theories, of early school-leaving 100–2, 114
integration
gender and assimilation 202–3, 205, 214
influences on 97–8
integration policies
cross-national differences 7–8, 51–3, 54–5
impact on inequality 245, 249–50
impact on success 65, 69
measuring 50–1, 257
Iranian-origin groups 73, 132, 162, 208
Iraqi-origin groups 73, 132, 162
Italian-origin groups
gender inequalities 210
lower secondary grades 81
tertiary education 174, 179, 182, 185
upper secondary completion 154
upper secondary tracking 125, 133, 210
job opportunities, see career opportunities; labour force
Jonsson, J.O. 14–15, 95
Kasinitz, P. 172, 187
Kieffer, A. 10
Kilpi-Jakonen, E. 95
knowledge, culture and lack of 99
Kristen, C. 18–19, 193
Kymlicka, W. 50–1
labour market
discrimination 21, 122, 187, 201–2, 218–19
and early school-leaving 95, 96, 101, 114, 115
employment protection 252, 259, 262
and gender 201–2, 218–19
and returns to education 199–200, 201–2, 218–19
and upper secondary completion 149, 153
labour migration, see economic migrants; guest workers
language
gender and learning 200
origin and destination similarity 66, 253, 257, 261
skills of 1.5 and 1.25 generations 3, 6, 261
use of national 67–8
Latin American-origin groups
early school-leaving 110
educational careers 161
gender inequalities 214
Lessard-Phillips, L. 12–13, 16, 25, 119
Levels, M. 8, 68–9
literacy, and gender 196–8
Lorenz, G. 63
lower secondary education
educational performance at end of, See educational performance
leaving at end of, See early school-leaving
Lucas, S.R. 163
Lutz, A. 17–18, 167
Maghrebian-origin groups
educational careers 160
upper secondary completion 150, 154
upper secondary tracking 132, 139 see also North African-origin groups
majority groups
treatment of minorities 87 see also discrimination; integration
Malagon, M.C. 172
Marks, G.N. 67–8
mathematics, and gender 195
MBO (senior vocational education) (Netherlands) 173
meta-analysis 11, 19–20, 246–7
community effects 247, 248, 252–4, 259, 260, 263
contextual variables 255–9
destination effects 247, 248, 249–52
origin effects 247, 248–9, 259, 260, 263
research design 254–5
results 259–62
summary 262–4
Mexican-origin groups
educational careers 161
gender inequalities 205
selectivity 38–9
tertiary education 177, 182, 185
upper secondary completion 154
upper secondary tracking 250
migrant groups 26–30
Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) 51, 52, 53, 257, 261
migration flows 28, 29–30
migration motives 6, 28, 29–30, 31–5, 253 see also aspirations
minority groups
composition of 65, 87
establishment of 87
Modood, T. 172
Moroccan-origin groups
early school-leaving 106
(p.278) educational careers 161
gender inequalities 132, 214
migration 32, 33
tertiary education 174–5, 182, 185, 214
upper secondary completion 154
upper secondary tracking 125, 132, 133, 135
motivation
impact on inequality 259, 261
underlying migration 6, 28, 29–30, 31–5, 253 see also aspirations
multicultural policies
impact on inequality 245, 248, 250, 261, 264
impact on integration 8, 249–50, 263
measuring 50–1, 257
multiculturalism index 50–3, 257, 261
Muttarak, R. 2, 167
negative selection
concept of 7, 35
and guest workers 7, 39–41, 65–6, 245
patterns of 38–41, 43
net difference index (NDI) 36, 37–44, 84, 256
Netherlands
early school-leaving 100, 103–4, 105, 106, 114
education system 45, 49, 50, 173–4
educational careers of migrants 158, 161
gender inequalities 205, 208, 210, 212, 214
migrant population 2, 30, 32, 33
migrant selectivity 40, 42
multicultural/integration policy 8, 51–3
tertiary education completion 177, 179, 180, 182, 183, 185
tertiary education system 173–4
upper secondary completion 152, 153, 154
upper secondary tracking 122, 125–9, 133–5, 250
non-continuation, see early school-leaving
Nordic-origin groups 32, 34, 74, 83, 217
North African-origin groups 245
early school-leaving 109, 208
gender inequalities 132, 196, 208, 212, 214, 217, 218
lower secondary grades 64, 68, 74, 81, 83, 86, 87
migration 5, 33, 43, 65
tertiary education 179, 182, 185
upper secondary completion 157
upper secondary tracking 122, 129, 130, 132, 250 see also Maghrebian-origin groups; Moroccan-origin groups
OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) 259 see also PISA
Ogbu, J.U. 100
oppositional cultures 100, 113
origin countries
educational development in 248–9, 259, 263
gender inequalities in 196–8, 217
of migrant groups 27–8
origin effects
defining 11, 66, 248
and educational performance 68–9
meta-analysis 247, 248–9, 259, 260, 263
meta-analysis, measurement of 255
and upper secondary completion 149
Oseguera, L. 172
Pakistani-origin groups
educational careers 162
gender inequalities 214, 219
migration 33
tertiary education 179, 185, 214
upper secondary tracking 129
parental education 3
and children's early school-leaving 106–11, 112
and selectivity 36–7, 255–6
parental socialisation
and positive selection 6, 66
and socioeconomic background 75 see also aspirations; gender role socialisation
Phalet, K. 174–5
PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) 9–10, 27, 67–8, 253
Polish-origin groups 125, 133
Portuguese-origin groups 43
educational careers 160
lower secondary grades 81
tertiary education 177, 182, 185
upper secondary tracking 122, 129, 139
positive selection
concept of 6–7, 35
and educational aspirations 122
and immigration policy 8, 65, 84, 245
impact on second generation 66
and integration 97
and lower secondary grades 83–4, 87–8
(p.279) patterns of 37–8, 40–4
and socioeconomic status 66
and tracking 143–4
post-colonial migration 2, 33, 252
and selectivity 36, 42–3
poverty, link with gender inequality 196
primary effects
of ethnicity 168
of gender 202
over educational career 168, 187
of social background 120, 168
and tracking 120
Programme for International Student Assessment, see PISA
Progress in International Reading Literacy Study 10
Puerto Rican-origin groups
position in USA 34
and selectivity 36–7, 38–9
tertiary education 177, 182, 185
Radford, W.A. 171
reading, and gender 195
refugee migration 34–5
and selectivity 7, 43, 83, 169
regional differences in Belgian tertiary education 175 n.
Reitz, J.G. 65, 169
remedial education 102
repeat of grades 102
research findings 12–21
research limitations 159–60
research questions 9
research strategy 9–12, 247, 254–5
returns to education, and gender inequalities 199–200, 201–2, 218–19
Rijken, S. 173
Rothon, C. 63, 250
Rudolphi, F. 95
Russian migrants 34, 132, 139
Schneider, J. 8–9, 123
schools
early school-leaving and characteristics of 96–7
early school-leaving and cultures of 100, 113
gender and enrolment in 196–8
second generation
impact of positive selection on 66
origin countries 27–8
research focus on 3–4
secondary education
gender inequalities in 195–6
secondary effects
of ethnicity 120–1, 168
of gender 202
over educational career 168, 187–8
of social background 120, 168
and tracking 120–1, 142–3
selectivity
concept of 6–7, 35–6
and educational aspirations 66, 122
and immigration policy 8, 65–6, 84, 169, 245
impact on inequality 253–4, 259, 263
and integration 97
and lower secondary grades 65–6, 82–8
measurement of 36–7, 255–6
patterns of 37–44, 54–5
and socioeconomic status 66
and tracking 143–4
senior vocational education (MBO) (Netherlands) 173
Silberman, R. 250–1
socioeconomic background
comparing 11
and early school-leaving 106–11, 112
and educational performance 64, 68, 75–82
influence of 5
and lower secondary grades 64, 68, 75–82
and positive selection 66
poverty and gender inequality 196
primary/secondary effects of 120, 168
and tertiary education completion 179–85
and tertiary education enrolment 176
and track choice 120, 132–9
and upper secondary completion 154–7
South Americans, see Latin American-origin groups
South Asian-origin groups 245
early school-leaving 108
educational careers 160
gender inequalities 196, 212
lower secondary grades 64, 73, 80, 83, 84
migration 33
tertiary education 177
South European-origin groups
early school-leaving 107
educational careers 160, 162
guest workers 32
lower secondary grades 68, 81
(p.280) tertiary education 182
upper secondary tracking 132 see also Italian-origin groups
Southeast Asian-origin groups
early school-leaving 108
gender inequalities 214
lower secondary completion 154
lower secondary grades 73, 80, 83
standardisation
of curriculum 45–6, 49–50, 251–2, 257, 262
of examinations 45–6, 50, 251, 257, 262
stereotype threat 199
stratification in education systems 48–9, 163
tertiary education 45–6, 170, 171–2, 174, 175, 187
student loans 170–1
Sub-Saharan African-origin groups
early school-leaving 109, 208
educational careers 160
gender inequalities 196, 208, 212
lower secondary grades 81
migration 32, 35, 43
tertiary education 182, 185
upper secondary completion 212
upper secondary tracking 129, 132, 139
Surinamese-origin groups 7, 33, 42, 177
early school-leaving 111
tertiary education 173, 174, 177
upper secondary completion 129, 135
Sweden
early school-leaving 102–3, 104, 105, 106
education system 46, 47, 49, 50
educational careers of migrants 158–9, 162
gender inequalities 208, 210, 214
migrant population 2, 30, 32, 34
migrant selectivity 40, 43
multicultural/integration policy 51–3
tertiary education 214
upper secondary completion 154, 155
upper secondary tracking 128, 130, 137–9, 210, 250
Swedish migrants in Finland 34
Switzerland
education system 45, 47–8, 49–50
gender inequalities 205
migrant population 2, 30, 32
migrant selectivity 41
multicultural/integration policy 51–3
tertiary education
education systems 169–76
stratification of 45–6, 48–9, 170, 171–2, 174, 175, 187
tertiary education completion 17–18
and educational career 185–7
ethnic differences 176–85
gender differences 201–2, 214, 215, 218–19, 240–3
meta-analysis 259–62
test scores, see educational performance
TIES (The Integration of the European Second Generation) project 10 n., 86–7
timing of migration 28, 29–30
timing of track selection
cross-national differences 9, 47–8, 123, 125
impact on ethnic inequality 250, 261–2, 263, 264
and lower secondary grades 89
and movement between 144–5
and upper secondary completion 153
tracking 16
cross-national differences 9, 45–6, 47–8, 54–5, 123
and early school-leaving 100–1
in educational career context 157–62, 185
gender differences 130–2, 210, 211, 216, 232–5
gross ethnic differences 124–30
hierarchies within tracks 143
impact on educational performance 89
impact on ethnic inequality 250–1, 261–2, 263, 264
impact of previous grades on 102–3, 120, 123, 132–9
impact of socioeconomic background on 120, 132–9
and labour market 119
measurement of 257
meta-analysis 259–62
movement between tracks 45–6, 47, 48, 123–4, 144
net ethnic differences 139–42
primary/secondary effects of ethnicity 120–1, 142–3
selectivity, aspirations and 122–3, 143–4
and tertiary education 173, 185
Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study 10
Tunisian migrants 33
Turkish-origin groups 245
early school-leaving 106, 114
educational careers 161
gender inequalities 205, 210, 212, 214, 217
lower secondary grades 73–4, 80
migration 5, 32
selectivity 40–1
tertiary education 174–5, 177, 179, 185, 214
upper secondary completion 150, 154, 163, 212
(p.281) upper secondary tracking 125, 130, 132, 133, 135, 139, 210
UK
use of term 1 n. see also England and Wales
UNDP education index 255
university completion, see tertiary education completion
upper secondary education completion 17
defining and measuring 149–50, 151–3, 163
in educational career context 157–62
gender differences 212–14, 216, 236–9
importance of 149
meta-analysis 259–62
rates of 153–7
upper secondary education tracking, see tracking
USA
early school-leaving 100, 101, 104, 105, 208, 210
education system 46, 47, 48, 49–50, 170–2
educational careers of migrants 158, 161, 185–7
gender inequalities 205, 208, 210, 212, 214
migrant population 2, 30, 31, 34
migrant selectivity 36–7, 38–9
multicultural/integration policy 7–8, 51–3, 65
size of second generation in 27
tertiary education completion 177, 179, 180, 181, 182, 184, 185, 214
tertiary education system in 170–2
tracking and residential segregation 246, 250–1
upper secondary completion 152, 154, 156, 212
Vallet, L.-A. 122
Van de Werfhorst, H. 19, 174, 245
Van Elsas, E. 25, 245
Van Tubergen, F. 174, 252
vocational education
and school-leaving 102
tertiary level 173, 174, 175–6 see also tracking
vocational qualifications 153, 173, 175–6
vocational skills, and early school-leaving 100
'warmth of the welcome' 65
Waters, M.C. 151, 163
West Asian-origin groups
early school-leaving 106, 108, 110
gender inequalities 212
lower secondary grades 68, 73
tertiary education 177
upper secondary tracking 132 see also Iranian-origin groups; Iraqi origin groups; Turkish-origin groups
West European-origin groups
early school-leaving 107
selectivity 83
tertiary education 182
world society theory 249
Yu, S. 169
Zhang, Y. 169