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The 16th number of Céreq exchanges (February 2021), entitled “Selections, from the education system to the labour market” is coordinated, among others, by Jean-François Giret, and includes 3 chapters produced by members of IREDU :

21004. Blanchard, M., Boudesseul, G., Couppié, T., Épiphane, D., Giret, J-F., Lemistre, P., … Werquin, P. (Éd.). (2021). Selections, from the education system to the labour market :XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020. Available at https://www.cereq.fr/selections-du-systeme-educatif-au-marche-du-travail. The issues  in the 26th Longitudinal Days (JDL) were to examine the forms of selection, as well as their evolution and articulation, to question the experience of those who are selected and those who select, to distinguish the similarities and dissimilarities between the worlds of school and professional. The longitudinal approach required for these days allowed for this analysis of successive selections along the way, in the education system and then towards and on the labour market. In particular by examining the determinants that lead to access or not to a given position in the education system (level, stream, speciality, etc), or on the labour market (qualification, sector, etc.). Finally the contributions were based on quantitative methods, via national or local surveys; or qualitative methods, via biographical interviews and / or repeated questioning. 

21005. Merlin, F. (2021). One selection among others: the determinants of the desire for higher education of students with a vocational baccalaureate. In M.Blanchard, G. Boudesseul, T. Couppié, D. Epiphane, J.-F. Giret, P. Lemistre, … P. Werquin, Selections, from the education system to the labour market : XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020 (p. 285-310). Available at https://www.cereq.fr/sites/default/files/2021-02/23-Une%20s%C3%A9lection%20parmi%20d%E2%80%99autres%20%20les%20d%C3%A9terminants%20du%20souhait%20d%E2%80%99%C3%A9tudes%20sup%C3%A9rieures%20des%20bacheliers%20professionnels.pdf. 

Since the mid-2000s, and especially since 2010, the opportunities for higher education for vocational baccalaureate holders have continued to grow. Nevertheless, from the school project to obtaining a diploma, via admission to a training course, their pathway still seems to be strewn with obstacles. Does the increase in the continuation rate of vocational baccalaureate holders mean that higher education is becoming more democratic? Have the doors to higher education remained ‘ajar’ for vocational baccalaureates (Lemêtre, Mengneau & Orange, 2016)? This study explores the issues involved in the pursuit of higher education by vocational baccalaureate holders through three successive selection processes: informal selection, formal selection and, finally, ‘effective’ selection during the course of training, i.e. selection for graduation. We are looking at the determinants of success in each of these stages.

21006. Merlin, F. (2020). The mark of selection. The thwarted career beginnings of higher education ‘failures’. In M. Blanchard, G. Boudesseul, T. Couppié, D. Épiphane, J.-F. Giret, P. Lemistre, … P. Werquin, Selections, from the education system to the labour market : XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020 (p.325-339). Available at https://www.cereq.fr/sites/default/files/2021-02/25-La%20marque%20de%20la%20s%C3%A9lection.%20Les%20d%C3%A9buts%20de%20carri%C3%A8re%20contrari%C3%A9s%20des%20%C2%AB%20recal%C3%A9s%20%C2%BB%20du%20sup%C3%A9rieur.pdf

In 2013, around 20 000 young people chose to stop their studies after being refused access to higher education1 , even though they had just obtained their baccalaureat. Who are these young people that the selection process deprives of access to higher education? According to data from the Parcoursup application, in 2018, the “failed applicants” represented 6% of applicants who obtained their baccalaureate, 3% of general baccalaureate holders, 8% of technological baccalaureate holders and 14% of professional baccalaureate holders. Formal barriers to entry to higher education are not, however, the only obstacles to further study after the baccalaureate. The study of formal selection overlooks young people who have self-selected, or those whose selection has remained invisible (due to the influence of their environment in particular).

21007. Vilches, O. (2021). Self-selection processes: the case of the Youth Guarantee. In M. Blanchard, G. Bouddesseul, T. Couppié, D. Épiphane, J.-F. Giret, P. Lemistre, …P. Werquin, Selections, from the education system to the labour market : XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020 (p.669-680). Available at https://www.cereq.fr/sites/default/files/2021-02/49-Les%20processus%20d%E2%80%99auto-s%C3%A9lection%20%20le%20cas%20de%20la%20Garantie%20jeunes.pdf

It’s on the self-selection of beneficiaries of the Youth Guarantee measure.The originality of our research lies in the notion of social skills, since it is assumed that the young person will mobilise a certain number of these skills on entering the program and throughout the program. Indeed, our results show that the way in which the scheme is apprehended by the beneficiaries depends in part on these skills but also on their previous educational and professional background.

 

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The 16th number of Céreq exchanges (February 2021), entitled "Selections, from the education system to the labour market" is coordinated, among others, by Jean-François Giret, and includes 3 chapters produced by members of IREDU :

21004. Blanchard, M., Boudesseul, G., Couppié, T., Épiphane, D., Giret, J-F., Lemistre, P., ... Werquin, P. (Éd.). (2021). Selections, from the education system to the labour market :XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020. Available at https://www.cereq.fr/selections-du-systeme-educatif-au-marche-du-travail. The issues  in the 26th Longitudinal Days (JDL) were to examine the forms of selection, as well as their evolution and articulation, to question the experience of those who are selected and those who select, to distinguish the similarities and dissimilarities between the worlds of school and professional. The longitudinal approach required for these days allowed for this analysis of successive selections along the way, in the education system and then towards and on the labour market. In particular by examining the determinants that lead to access or not to a given position in the education system (level, stream, speciality, etc), or on the labour market (qualification, sector, etc.). Finally the contributions were based on quantitative methods, via national or local surveys; or qualitative methods, via biographical interviews and / or repeated questioning. 

21005. Merlin, F. (2021). One selection among others: the determinants of the desire for higher education of students with a vocational baccalaureate. In M.Blanchard, G. Boudesseul, T. Couppié, D. Epiphane, J.-F. Giret, P. Lemistre, ... P. Werquin, Selections, from the education system to the labour market : XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020 (p. 285-310). Available at https://www.cereq.fr/sites/default/files/2021-02/23-Une%20s%C3%A9lection%20parmi%20d%E2%80%99autres%20%20les%20d%C3%A9terminants%20du%20souhait%20d%E2%80%99%C3%A9tudes%20sup%C3%A9rieures%20des%20bacheliers%20professionnels.pdf. 

Since the mid-2000s, and especially since 2010, the opportunities for higher education for vocational baccalaureate holders have continued to grow. Nevertheless, from the school project to obtaining a diploma, via admission to a training course, their pathway still seems to be strewn with obstacles. Does the increase in the continuation rate of vocational baccalaureate holders mean that higher education is becoming more democratic? Have the doors to higher education remained 'ajar' for vocational baccalaureates (Lemêtre, Mengneau & Orange, 2016)? This study explores the issues involved in the pursuit of higher education by vocational baccalaureate holders through three successive selection processes: informal selection, formal selection and, finally, 'effective' selection during the course of training, i.e. selection for graduation. We are looking at the determinants of success in each of these stages.

21006. Merlin, F. (2020). The mark of selection. The thwarted career beginnings of higher education 'failures'. In M. Blanchard, G. Boudesseul, T. Couppié, D. Épiphane, J.-F. Giret, P. Lemistre, ... P. Werquin, Selections, from the education system to the labour market : XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020 (p.325-339). Available at https://www.cereq.fr/sites/default/files/2021-02/25-La%20marque%20de%20la%20s%C3%A9lection.%20Les%20d%C3%A9buts%20de%20carri%C3%A8re%20contrari%C3%A9s%20des%20%C2%AB%20recal%C3%A9s%20%C2%BB%20du%20sup%C3%A9rieur.pdf

In 2013, around 20 000 young people chose to stop their studies after being refused access to higher education1 , even though they had just obtained their baccalaureat. Who are these young people that the selection process deprives of access to higher education? According to data from the Parcoursup application, in 2018, the "failed applicants" represented 6% of applicants who obtained their baccalaureate, 3% of general baccalaureate holders, 8% of technological baccalaureate holders and 14% of professional baccalaureate holders. Formal barriers to entry to higher education are not, however, the only obstacles to further study after the baccalaureate. The study of formal selection overlooks young people who have self-selected, or those whose selection has remained invisible (due to the influence of their environment in particular).

21007. Vilches, O. (2021). Self-selection processes: the case of the Youth Guarantee. In M. Blanchard, G. Bouddesseul, T. Couppié, D. Épiphane, J.-F. Giret, P. Lemistre, ...P. Werquin, Selections, from the education system to the labour market : XXVIth longitudinal days, Toulouse, 12-13 November 2020 (p.669-680). Available at https://www.cereq.fr/sites/default/files/2021-02/49-Les%20processus%20d%E2%80%99auto-s%C3%A9lection%20%20le%20cas%20de%20la%20Garantie%20jeunes.pdf

It's on the self-selection of beneficiaries of the Youth Guarantee measure.The originality of our research lies in the notion of social skills, since it is assumed that the young person will mobilise a certain number of these skills on entering the program and throughout the program. Indeed, our results show that the way in which the scheme is apprehended by the beneficiaries depends in part on these skills but also on their previous educational and professional background.

 

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