Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

LogoLa Oficina de Información del Parlamento Europeo en España, en colaboración con la Representación en España de la Comisión Europea, la Secretaría de Estado para Asuntos Europeos (Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y Cooperación) y, en esta ocasión, con la Secretaría de Estado de Cultura (Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte) convoca la XXIV edición del Concurso Euroscola, centrado en la celebración en 2018 del Año Europeo del Patrimonio Cultural, cuyo lema es: "Nuestro patrimonio: donde el pasado se encuentra con el futuro”.

Pueden participar jóvenes entre 15 y 18 años que estudian Enseñanza Secundaria Obligatoria (ESO), Bachillerato o Ciclos de Formación Profesional de Grado Medio  en centros educativos españoles, en equipos de máximo 10 alumnos, liderados por un/a profesor/a de su centro. La competición consistirá en la elaboración de un vídeo, con una duración máxima de un minuto y treinta segundos  (1´30’’), cuya temática se base en alguno de los objetivos del Año Europeo del Patrimonio Cultural. Los equipos ganadores podrán participar en una jornada Euroscola, en la sede del Parlamento Europeo en Estrasburgo, viviendo una experiencia inolvidable junto a otros jóvenes de toda la Unión Europea. Además, colaboran en el Concurso, con premios adicionales, el INJUVE (Instituto de la Juventud), el CJE (Consejo de la Juventud de España), la Plataforma del Voluntariado de España y organismos de juventud y/o educación de las diferentes comunidades y ciudades autónomas. La organización del calendario de trabajo de los equipos es libre, bajo la guía de su profesor/a líder, si bien han de tener muy en cuenta que el 12 de abril finaliza el plazo para completar el formulario que estará disponible en la web del Concurso para comunicar.  [+]

CoverCitizenship Education at School in Europe 2017
Luxemburgo, OPOCE, 2018. Eurydice Brief

In an age where the importance of citizenship education is becoming apparent to deal with the current threats to fundamental European values, many countries are implementing changes in their national policies. The Eurydice brief Citizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017 presents some of the main findings of the November 2017 report, highlighting the differences between countries' regulations and recommendations regarding citizenship education that can affect its implementation in schools. [+]

CoverCompulsory Education in Europe – 2017/18
OPOCE, 2017. Eurydice Report

This publication focuses on the duration of compulsory education/training in Europe. It highlights the starting and leaving ages and distinguishes the notions of full-time and part-time compulsory education/training. The information is available for 43 European education systems covering 38 countries participating in the EU's Erasmus+ programme. [+]

CoverCitizenship Education at School in Europe – 2017
OPOCE, 2017. Eurydice Report

There has been a strong focus in recent years on the promotion of citizenship education, as a result of the increasing threats to fundamental values such as peace, equality and human rights Europe is faced with, and several countries are making changes to their policies in this area. But what is citizenship education? How is it taught? How are students evaluated? Can citizenship skills be developed outside the classroom? What training and support do teachers receive?

The report is divided into four chapters, each of which is complemented by a case study on recent policy initiatives:

  • Curriculum Organisation and Content
  • Teaching, Learning and Active Participation
  • Student Assessment and School Evaluation
  • Teacher Education, Professional Development and Support

The report is primarily based on qualitative data, and covers 42 education systems. It focuses on the existing regulations and recommendations regarding citizenship education in public sector schools and includes general education and school-based initial vocational education training programmes. [+]

Key data on teaching languages at school in Europe — 2017 edition

In an age where learning several languages is a necessity for many people and offers endless opportunities to all, there have been a number of reforms in recent years with regards to foreign language learning. This new Eurydice Brief on Key Data on Teaching Languages at School in Europe 2017  builds on a comprehensive report on teaching languages at school in Europe and includes information on research works and EU policy documents. It presents a state of play of the existing policies on key aspects of foreign language teaching and concludes with further routes which could be explored to encourage language teaching at primary and secondary level in the future. 
This Brief is structured around five key EU and national language policy themes: the importance of learning two foreign languages from a very early age; the range of foreign languages learnt by students; the foreign language teaching itself with a particular focus on teachers and their visits abroad for professional purposes, and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) as a teaching approach; the expected levels of attainment in foreign languages; language support measures to facilitate the integration of newly arrived migrant students. You can also have a look at our brand new infographics here.

CoverKey Data on Teaching Languages at School in Europe
OPOCE, 2017. Eurydice Brief

In an age where learning several languages is a necessity for many people and offers endless opportunities to all, there have been a number of reforms in recent years with regards to foreign language learning. This new Eurydice Brief on Key Data on Teaching Languages at School in Europe 2017  builds on a comprehensive report on teaching languages at school in Europe and includes information on research works and EU policy documents. It presents a state of play of the existing policies on key aspects of foreign language teaching and concludes with further routes which could be explored to encourage language teaching at primary and secondary level in the future.

This Brief is structured around five key EU and national language policy themes: the importance of learning two foreign languages from a very early age; the range of foreign languages learnt by students; the foreign language teaching itself with a particular focus on teachers and their visits abroad for professional purposes, and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) as a teaching approach; the expected levels of attainment in foreign languages; language support measures to facilitate the integration of newly arrived migrant students. [+]

CoverEstructuras de los sistemas educativos europeos 2016/17. Diagramas
Agencia Ejecutiva en el Ámbito Educativo, Audiovisual y Cultural, 2016. Informe Eurydice

Este informe ofrece información sobre las estructuras de la educación general en los países europeos desde la educación infantil hasta la educación superior en el curso académico 2016/17. Incluye diagramas nacionales, una guía explicativa y mapas con los principales modelos organizativos que existen en la educación infantil y en la educación obligatoria. El informe recoge información sobre 43 sistemas educativos europeos de 38 países que participan en el programa Erasmus+ de la Unión Europea. La misión de la Red Eurydice es comprender y explicar la organización y funcionamiento de los diferentes sistemas educativos europeos. La red ofrece descripciones de los sistemas educativos nacionales, estudios comparados sobre temas específicos, indicadores y estadísticas. Eurydice pretende promover el conocimiento, la cooperación, la confianza y la movilidad a nivel europeo e internacional. La red se compone de unidades nacionales localizadas en los países europeos y está coordinada por la Agencia Ejecutiva en el Ámbito Educativo, Audiovisual y Cultural de la Unión Europea. Todas las publicaciones de Eurydice están disponibles de manera gratuita en la página web de Eurydice o en formato impreso bajo petición. [+]

CoverRecommended Annual Instruction Time in Full-time Compulsory Education in Europe – 2016/17

The Council of the European Union has set the goal of reducing low achievement in reading, mathematics and science among 15-year-olds to less than 15 % by 2020. But how are European countries going to achieve this? Effective learning depends on many factors, but one key element in the learning process of students is the instruction time available to them. How can they best organize limited time between different subjects, ensuring that all students have the opportunity to develop their learning potential in a range of different areas?

This report examines the recommended minimum instruction time in full-time compulsory general education in 2016/17 in 42 European education systems. It includes national diagrams illustrating the data by country and by subject. The comparative overview examines the policy changes that have taken place over the last year regarding the recommended annual instruction time and its distribution across subjects. It pays special attention to several subjects which are currently of particular interest at European level: Reading, writing and literature, maths, natural sciences, other languages and physical education and health. For maths and natural sciences it compares the minimum recommended by education authorities with the instruction time reported by teachers and students in TIMSS and PISA surveys.

The Eurydice network has been collecting data on instruction time for more than two decades and annually updated data on instruction time has been available on the Eurydice website since 2010.  [+]

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