This paper explores the relationship between the class structure and the increased numbers of students on the tertiary educational level. This relationship is further explored in connections with the last 20 years of educational reforms. The paper underlines a direct relationship between the increase in numbers of students and financial reforms towards the tertiary educations. The paper concludes that there has been no significant change in class structure influenced by the influx of students. It is however concluded that this stability in class structure does not necessarily gives a greater stability in the adaptational skills the different classes possess to new institutional demands. This is tied to a overlapping state logic in which the rentability of different social classes is analyzed in regards the state finances. Furthermore the newest political reforms in regards to the tertiary educational institutions might increase the class inequality and reproduction within the educational system.
|Uddannelser||Socialvidenskab, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||18 dec. 2014|