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Children of Turkish Immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands: The Impact of Differences in Vocational and Academic Tracking Systems


by Maurice Crul & Jens Schneider — 2009


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 6, 2009, p. 1508-1527
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15333, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 7:05:47 PM
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  • Maurice Crul
    University of Amsterdam
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    MAURICE CRUL is a social scientist working at the University of Amsterdam, specializing in education for the last 15 years, first within the Dutch context and more recently in a comparative European context. He is a member of the program board of the Institute of Migration and Ethnic Studies and an appointed member of the advisory board on issues of integration and diversity for the city council of Amsterdam. He is one of the principal investigators of the transatlantic project, Children of Immigrants in School. The subproject he is supervising together with Jennifer Holdaway is comparing school careers of Moroccan second generation in Amsterdam with second-generation Dominican youth in New York. Maurice Crul is also, together with Jens Schneider, coordinating the international research project TIES (The Integration of the European Second generation, http://www.tiesproject.eu/), which involves partners in eight European countries.
  • Jens Schneider
    Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Amsterdam
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    JENS SCHNEIDER received his PhD in Social Anthropology at the University of Tübingen. Currently he is a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies in Amsterdam and Co-Coordinator of the TIES project on second-generation Turks, Moroccans and former Yugoslavs in Europe. He has extensive ethnographic fieldwork experience in Chile, Germany and Brazil. His main fields of interest are educational integration processes and national and cultural/ethnic identities, specifically regarding the influence of the receiving society on identity formation and integration processes.
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