2003-06-15Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.18452/7808
Norwegens Schulentwicklung nach 1945
Einheit und/oder Gleichheit?
The Norwegian school history since the Second World War can be characterised as a rolling reform. The discourses on school reform in Norway are determined by the discussion on unity and equality. Two vast phases indicate the developments in the 20th century. In the first reform phase an obligatory comprehensive school (enhetsskole) was built up in the social democratic welfare state Norway. In the second reform cycle this comprehensive school – grunnskole – was prolonged in duration (10 years) and the secondary school – videregående skole – got connected. It is plausible and possible to speak in terms of an at least 12-year unity school system. Almost all pupils (98.8 per cent) from the grunnskole change to the videregående skole.
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