This paper is an aggregate to the modern pedagogical literature facing educational inequalities. We analyze the differences of the results between the ten CCAA that participated with a wide sam-ple in the 2006 edition of PISA. The results show that a project such as PISA, which its first intention was to improve the educational politics of the different nation-state, also allows bringing up the internal educational differences of countries. In the case of Spain this paper shows that even with a common normative frame, educational autonomic politics, so as to certain contextual factors, might produce very different educational results.
|Journal||Revista Espanola de Pedagogia|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2010|
- Comparative education
- Educational inequalities
- Interregional comparison