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For the current analysis, we use a broad rather than a narrow definition for tertiary degrees, because this is better suited to the information available from the European Union Labour 36 W. MüLLER AND M. 1. Share of individuals having attained ISCED 0–2 by age group and country. Source: Pooled EULFS data 1996–7. 5 For the sake of comparability, some degrees are classified as tertiary certificates in the following analysis although they are understood as secondary degrees in the specific country itself.

At the beginning of the new century, differences between the countries are rather more marked than in the years before massive educational expansion. Some of the countries largely conserved their traditional early division into clearly separate tracks of education. Other countries moved towards various versions of integrated comprehensive education, in which tracking occurs much later and distinctions between tracks are less marked. The rules for transition from secondary to tertiary education continue to vary markedly between countries.

Everywhere, gender inequality in educational participation has substantially declined. In most of the countries, fewer women than men leave the educational system with poor qualifications and more women than men obtain tertiary degrees. Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom are the countries in which the reversal of the gender gap is not yet evident. Also, among the most prestigious and rewarding qualifications men probably still outnumber women in most countries. 4. Age patterns of educational attainment Educational attainment is a step-wise process.

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