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DOI

10.22550/2174-0909.2117

Resumen

In this article the vocational education systems in Spain and Belgium are compared as a means to offer some insights into the role that vocational education plays in the context of a country's offer of secondary education. It follows from the comparison that the current Spanish reform has not taken into account the implications of the particular relations that often are established between the general and vocational tracks of the education system, benefiting thus from the experiences of other countries, namely the case of the Belgian reformed system.

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