Public, privé et éducation prioritaire : une analyse comparative de la mixité sociale à l’écolePierre COURTIOUX, Tristan-Pierre MAURY
Based on social segregation indices for the period 2004-2014, we compare the level of social mixing at the middle school level between private schools and public schools in and out of priority education zones (ZEP). Private schools are slightly over-represented among the most “mixed” as well as the most “segregated” schools. At a given level of diversity, private schools receive relatively less disadvantaged social backgrounds pupils. Excluding ZEP schools, the most “segregated” schools have a tendency to separate students with advantaged social background and other students.