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1 European Commission i sistemi educativi europei al traguardo del 2010 Rome, 25 September 2009

2 Eurydice?

3 31 countries - 35 national units (under Ministries’ responsibility) Eurydice Network

4 Where do we come from? The foundation: Council meeting 1975, start of Community Action in the field of Education 16 September 1980: – Establishment of the Eurydice Network, (central unit based in Brussels + interactive network of 9 national units) – Primary focus: Exchange of information on education systems of Member States

5 Open method of coordination Definition : An instrument to monitor and follow-up on the implementation of commonly agreed objectives by spreading best practice and achieving convergence towards these objectives

6 5. Open method of coordination (2) How does the OMC work? Fixing guidelines and timetables to achieve the strategic goal Establishing quantitative and qualitative indicators and benchmarks Periodic monitoring, evaluation, peer review as mutual learning processes European guidelines are translated into national and regional targets

7 5 Reference levels of European performance (‘European benchmarks’) Based on existing ones - Low achievers in basic skills (in reading, maths and science, max. 15% - Adult lifelong learning participation: 15% (previously: 12.5%) - Early school leavers (10%, same as before) New - Pre-primary participation: 95% of children between 4 years old and the age for starting compulsory education (before 90% target for 4 year olds) -Tertiary level attainment at least: 40% of age group Commission to work further on following areas - Employability ( submit proposal by end 2010) - Language learning (submit proposal by end 2010) - Mobility (submit proposal by end 2012) Council Conclusions May 2009 – new benchmarks

8 What do we produce? 4 types of products: Harmonised descriptions of national education systems. ( the Eurybase database) including Overviews of national education systems (National summary sheets)

9 EURYBASE 1. CONTESTO E TENDENZE DI TIPO POLITICO, SOCIALE ED ECONOMICO 2. ORGANIZZAZIONE GENERALE DEL SISTEMA EDUCATIVO E AMMINISTRAZIONE GENERALE DELL'ISTRUZIONE 3. EDUCAZIONE PREPRIMARIA 4. ISTRUZIONE PRIMARIA 5. ISTRUZIONE SECONDARIA E POST-SECONDARIA NON SUPERIORE 6. ISTRUZIONE SUPERIORE 7. EDUCAZIONE E FORMAZIONE CONTINUA DEI GIOVANI USCITI DAL SISTEMA DI ISTRUZIONE E DEGLI ADULTI 8. INSEGNANTI E PERSONALE DELL'EDUCAZIONE 9. VALUTAZIONE DEGLI ISTITUTI E DEL SISTEMA DI ISTRUZIONE 10. MISURE DI SOSTEGNO PER L'EDUCAZIONE SPECIALE 11. LA DIMENSIONE EUROPEA E INTERNAZIONALE DELL'EDUCAZIONE

10 What do we produce? Comparative studies of wide-ranging topical issues in European education, such as The Integration of Immigrant Children Early childhood education and care in Europe Higher Education 2009: developments in Bologna National Testing of Pupils Arts and Cultural Education, or

11 What do we produce? 3. The Eurydice Key Data Series

12 What do we produce? 4. Reference materials – e.g. Glossaries and the Thesaurus for Education Systems in Europe (TESE)

13 Eurydice 31 countries Official documents statistics Tests Observation in situ preprimary organisation/ structure What is taught How it is taught Cognitive and learning processes Education levels ObjectsObjects SourcesSources Policy and Regulatory framework Education systems higher education Scientific literature Empirical questionnaires What we do and don’t do Outcomes – surveys like PISA

14 Work programme adopted Questionnaire/content guide prepared by EACEA (discussed with a working group) Information collected by all NUs, Eurostat, International Organisations… Analysis and drafting by EACEA Checking(s) by NUs Completion by EACEA Publication Promotion Thematic study How do we work?

15 Key Data on Education in Europe sets out a very wide variety of both qualitative and quantitative indicators on different aspects of education systems in 31 European countries. The report presents a comparative analysis on how the education systems are organised, the human and financial resources invested in them, teaching processes and qualifications awarded. Key Data on Education in Europe is a joint publication of Eurydice and Eurostat. Key Data on Education in Europe 2009 Edition

16 Teachers in primary and lower secondary education account for at least 1,5 % of the economically active population in Europe. In total teachers and academic staff represent more than 8,8 million people. More than 60% of the teachers in primary and secondary education are women. In tertiary education on average there are 40% of women, but with some disparities between countries. Key Data on Education in Europe 2009 Edition Teachers

17 Ratio of pupils to teaching staff in primary and lower secondary education (ISCED 1 and 2), 2006 Source: Eurostat, UOE ISCED 1ISCED 2 Pupil to teacher ratios

18 Continuous Professional Development Figure D24: Status of continuing professional development for teachers in primary and general (lower and upper) secondary education (ISCED 1, 2 and 3), 2006/07 Professional duty Optional, but necessary for promotion Optional

19 Civil servant status Career civil servant status Teachers Types of employment status available to teachers in primary education and general secondary education, 2006/07 Public sector employee with contractual status Source: Eurydice

20 Age of Secondary Teachers Figure D36: Distribution of teachers by age group in secondary education (ISCED 2 and 3), public and private sectors combined, 2006 < 30 years30-39 years40-49 years≥ 50 years

21 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

22 Autonomy of schools with regard to fund-raising and the use of private funds, ISCED 1 and 2, 2006/07 School Autonomy and Quality Assurance Loans

23 Elements of the education system subject to evaluation, compulsory general education, 2006/07 School Autonomy and Quality Assurance School evaluation and individual teacher evaluation (and also local authorities in some countries) School evaluation Mainly individual teacher evaluation Mainly local authorities Data not available Source: Eurydice


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