2005, 110 p. ISBN 92-894-8681-3.
This first edition of a special Key Data report on language teaching uses 37 indicators to portray the situation in 30 countries in the Eurydice Network.
How many pupils speak one language at home and another at school? How is language teaching organised (in terms of when compulsory provision begins and ends, which languages are taught, how many have to be learnt for what amount of time and what are the official teacher/pupil ratio requirements)? What are the language learning participation rates? How many languages are learnt on average? What are the qualifications of those who teach them? These are just some of the questions examined in the present publication.
In addition to information from Eurydice sources, the report is supplemented by data from Eurostat (New Cronos) as well as empirical data gathered in the PISA 2000 (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) and PIRLS 2001 (International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement) international surveys.
Key Data on Information and Communication Technology in Schools in Europe – 2004 Edition
online: Schlüsselzahlen zu den Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien an den Schulen in Europa – Ausgabe 2004 Key Data on Information and Communication Technology in Schools in Europe – 2004 Edition Chiffres clés des technologies de l’information et de la communication à l’école en Europe – Édition 2004 Le cifre chiave delle tecnologie dell’informazione e della comunicazione – Edizione 2004
on paper: Schlüsselzahlen zu den Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien an den Schulen in Europa – Ausgabe 2004 Key Data on Information and Communication Technology in Schools in Europe – 2004 Edition Chiffres clés des technologies de l’information et de la communication à l’école en Europe – Édition 2004
2004, 84 p. ISBN 2-87116-370-7.
What is the level of computerisation in primary and secondary schools in Europe? How frequently are computers and the Internet used by pupils at or out of school? For what types of activity? How is information and communication technology (ICT) incorporated into the curriculum? What measures have been introduced to train teachers in the educational use of the technology?
Three years after the publication of Basic Indicators on the Incorporation of ICT into European Education Systems, this latest report uses 35 indicators to appraise the current situation in the countries covered by the Eurydice Network. In order to supplement the data from Eurydice sources on the teaching of ICT and teacher training in the field, this new edition includes empirical data from the PISA 2000 and PIRLS 2001 international surveys carried out under the auspices of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) respectively.
Teaching Time in Compulsory Education
For each of the 30 countries in the Eurydice Network, this database includes the number of hours a year devoted to the teaching of 13 different subjects for each grade in primary and secondary full-time compulsory education mainly in public-sector schools.
Teacher and school head salaries in primary and secondary education
For each of the 30 countries in the Eurydice Network, the ‘School Head and Teacher Salaries’ database includes the minimum and maximum basic salaries for both categories of staff in primary, lower and upper secondary education, mostly in public-sector schools.
Key data on education in Europe – 2002 edition
online: Key data on education in Europe – 2002 edition Les chiffres clés de l’éducation en Europe – Édition 2002 Schlüsselzahlen zum Bildungswesen in Europa – Ausgabe 2002 Las cifras clave de la educación en Europa – 2002
Le cifre chiave dell’istruzione in Europa 2002 Pagrindiniai Europos Sajungos švietimo duomenys – 2002 m.
on paper: Key data on education in Europe – 2002 edition Les chiffres clés de l’éducation en Europe – Édition 2002 Schlüsselzahlen zum Bildungswesen in Europa – Ausgabe 2002 Las cifras clave de la educación en Europa – 2002 Le cifre chiave dell’istruzione in Europa 2002
2002, 300 p., ISBN 92-894-4635-8, catalogue number NC-AF-02-001-EN-C, 18 €.
(On sale at the Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg and its national sales points)
The fifth edition of Key Data on Education in Europe provides an exceptionally wide-ranging overview of the functioning of education systems and the participation of young people at all levels of education in 30 European countries (the 15 Member States of the European Union, the three EFTA/EEA countries and 12 candidate countries).
It contains 145 indicators. Besides the wide variety of information contained in five chapters structured by level of education, the report also adopts a subject-oriented approach in three chapters devoted to such important issues as the teaching of foreign languages, teaching staff and the financing of education.
Basic indicators on the incorporation of ICT into European Education Systems – Facts and Figures – 2000/01 Annual Report
Basic Indicators on the Incorporation of ICT into European Education Systems – Facts and figures – 2000/01 Annual Report
Indicadores básicos de la incorporación de las TIC a los sistemas educativos europeos – Información detallada Informe anual 2000/2001
Indicateurs de base sur l’intégration des TIC dans les systèmes éducatifs européens – Faits et chiffres – Rapport annuel 2000/2001
2001, 40 pp. ISBN 2-87116-332-4.
This report comprises the 2000/01 update of the indicators in Key Data on Education. It focuses mainly on primary and secondary education.
Key data on education in Europe – 1999/2000 edition
Schlüsselzahlen zum Bildungswesen in Europa – 1999/2000
Αριθμοί-κλειδιά της εκπαίδευσης στην Ευρώπη – 1999/2000
Key data on education in Europe – 1999/2000
Las cifras clave de la educación en Europa – 1999/2000
Les chiffres clés de l’éducation en Europe – Édition 1999/2000
Le cifre chiave dell’istruzione in Europa – 1999/2000
Os Números-Chave da Educação na Europa – 1999/2000
Pagrindiniai Europos švietimo duomenys – 1999/2000
Izglītības galvenie rādītāji Eiropā
2000, 290 pp. ISBN 92-828-8537-2.
The fourth edition of Key data on education in Europe sets out the main features of the education systems of 29 European countries (EU Member States, EFTA/EEA countries and applicant countries).
This edition provides a number of recent national and sometimes regional indicators concerning population and employment, the levels of study and their organisation, teachers, their salaries and qualifications, educational establishments and their degree of autonomy. Special education, foreign languages and information and communication technologies are analysed separately. The report also highlights the fact that all countries have introduced some sort of monitoring system for education.
Key data on education in the European Union – 1997 edition
1997, 206 pp. ISBN 92-828-1884-5.
Covering the 15 EU member countries, the three EFTA/EEA countries and Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.
The special feature of the third edition of this reference work on education in Europe is its lively and clear presentation of a wide range of some 120 qualitative and quantitative indicators on the different levels of education, from pre-school to higher education.
As well as providing an update of most indicators published in the previous edition, this new edition is also original in the following respects:
the inclusion not only of the three EFTA/EEA countries – Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway – but also of six countries in central and eastern Europe – Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia – which have been participating in the activities of the Eurydice network since 1996
the inclusion of a chapter on the education of children with special needs
an expansion of the chapter on higher education with the addition of a harmonized presentation of educational structures and qualifications at this level.
Key data on education in the European Union – 1995 edition
1996, 198 pp. ISBN 92-827-8667-6.
This second edition contains a wide range of updated basic indicators on the different levels of education. An additional feature is the time series which place the education systems in a dynamic historical context and point up developments and trends. The thematic dossier deals with the teaching profession in Europe and its various aspects, including training, and working conditions throughout a teacher’s career (recruitment, teaching time, women in the profession, ageing, salaries, pensions etc.
Key data on education in the European Union – 1994 edition
1995, 110 pp. ISBN 92-826-9142-X.
This first edition is in two parts, the first of which contains a wide range of indicators on the various levels of education, including some data on a regional basis. The second part comprises a thematic dossier on the language skills of citizens of the European Union and the place of foreign languages in the education systems of the 12 EU Members States in 1994