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    Title: Segregation or Integration? A Theoretical Analysis of Education Reform
    Authors: 呂智業;Lyu,Jhih-ye
    Contributors: 經濟學系
    Keywords: 能力分班;能力分校;教育改革;福利分析;Segregation;Integration;Education reform;Welfare analysis
    Date: 2013-06-18
    Issue Date: 2013-07-10 12:05:55 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 許多國家的教育制度,有將學生依能力分班或分校的情形。然而,為了提升公平性,台灣近期的教育改革試圖要打破明星學校。本文建構了一個理論模型用以分析學生在有無能力分類的兩種教育政策下的最適行為。異於既有文獻,本文加入了學生面對學習學科和術科能力之間的交互影響。模型的推論有助於解釋為何不同國家有不同教育政策。
    Ability-grouping occurs in the educational institution for a number of countries. However, recently proposed education reform in Taiwan attempted to eliminate elite schools in order to enhance equity. We construct a theoretical model to analyze students' behavior for learning under two educational systems: segregation and integration. In contrast to existing literature, we put a special attention on the interaction effect of learning academic ability and skills ability. In this manner, our framework offers possible explanations for different educational policies among countries.
    Our main findings are as follows: first, the propensity for learning different abilities play an important role in students' behavior for studying. Next, comparative statics remain qualitatively unchanged under both segregation or integration. Finally, educational system with segregation may enhance students' expected payoff and welfare for learning while integration may ease students' burden for learning. To sum up, the transition from segregation to integration can ease students' stress but diminish students' abilities.
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