"Replica from the Friskolornas association of kamrateffekten in school"
"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."
"REPLICA. Julia Boguslaw, phd in economics, and the LO-economist, believe they have found a panacea against bad outcomes. By mixing students from the top, the so-called kamrateffekten break through. "
"Let me say that the report from the Swedish national agency for Education about pupils' family background, which is referenced in no way is a proof for kamrateffekten. "
"Compared with the 1990s has certainly skolsegregationen increased because of housing segregation. But if you look at the last few years, when the number of friskoleelever in addition, it increases and is more than ever, so has skolsegregationen (the difference between the school's pupil composition) stabilized. For the group of foreign-born has skolsegregationen decreased ever since the year 2003."
"the Agency report also points out that no or only marginal changes are found in familjebakgrundens importance for the vast majority of pupils during a long succession of years. "
"It is as good as completely the growing group of foreign-born students whose results reflected in the statistics. This is not particularly surprising, given the major challenges the school has and has had for this group. "
"however, If we look at the group with so-called immigrant background, which also includes students born in Sweden with a foreign parent, is the importance of their socio-economic background rather declining. "
"For the other close on the stationary. "
"Has Julia Boguslaw wondered if it can depend on factors such as how the school is organised"
"An interesting conclusion of the report is that the proportion of the increase in learning outcomes between schools, so-called mellanskolvariation, less and less a question of increased skolsegregation, that is to say, the skolsegregation which is Boguslaws focus. "
"the Period from 2000 to 2015 could skolsegregationen (pupil composition based on the background of the students) explain 72% of the variation in results between schools. But over the period 2010 to 2015, the figure is 57 per cent. The whole 43 per cent of resultatskillnaden thus has its explanation in other than london. "
"Has Julia Boguslaw wondered if it can depend on factors such as how the school is organised, for the leadership and that the school has high expectations for all, regardless of family background?"
"It's not about ”the right mix of students”"
"Research shows that the most important thing for a successful school is that there is a clear leadership, talented teachers, systematic quality work and high expectations for all students as well as teachers. It's not about ”the right mix of students”. "
"do you really Want to get to grips with the segregationsproblemen available in Sweden so it starts with that everyone should get the opportunity to go to a good school. Don't let a social ingenjörskonstfixering obscure the view of what characterizes good and successful schools. "
"nUlla Hamilton, Friskolornas association"
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