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Salarios y complementos del profesorado y los directores de centros educativos en Europa 2015/16. Eurydice Datos y cifras.
Luxemburgo: Oficina de Publicaciones de la Unión Europe, 2016
En 2015/16, el salario del profesorado aumentó en 24 países/regiones, mientras que permaneció en el mismo nivel en 16. En los últimos siete años, en términos reales, los salarios mínimos oficiales han aumentado o se han mantenido estables en la mayoría de los países europeos, aunque, en algunos países, son incluso inferiores a los de 2009. La remuneración es un elemento clave que hace que la profesión docente resulte más atractiva. El informe Salarios y complementos del profesorado y los directores de centros educativos en Europa - 2015/16 presenta un análisis comparativo de los salarios oficiales mínimos y máximos del profesorado y los directores de centros públicos de educación infantil, primaria y secundaria en 40 países/regiones de Europa. También examina los cambios que se han producido en los salarios base del profesorado durante el último año y la evolución de su poder adquisitivo desde 2009. El informe también estudia los salarios reales, la progresión salarial y los complementos disponibles en cada país, e incluye fichas de datos nacionales con información detallada sobre todas estas cuestiones. [+]

Convocatoria de propuestas EACEA 27/2017 en el marco del programa Erasmus+. Acción clave 3. Apoyo a la reforma de las políticas. Cualificaciones conjuntas en el sistema de educación y formación profesional (EFP). La fecha límite para la presentación de candidaturas es el jueves, 31 de enero de 2018 (DOUE C 349/09, 14.10.2017)

CoverStructural Indicators for Monitoring Education and Training Systems in Europe 2016

This Eurydice report contains more than 30 detailed structural indicators, up-to-date figures, definitions, country notes and a short analysis of recent key policy developments and reforms in five areas: early childhood education and care, achievement in basic skills, early leaving from education and training, higher education and graduate employability.

The report provides background and complementary information on a number of structural indicators examined in the Education and Training Monitor 2016, the annual publication of the European Commission which describes the evolution of Europe's education and training systems based on a wide range of evidence. It follows the progress made by the EU Members States towards achieving the targets set by the Europe 2020 and the Education and Training 2020 reform processes. [+]

CoverThe Structure of the European Education Systems 2015/16: Schematic Diagrams
Eurydice Report, 23 November 2015

This report provides an overview of the structure of education systems in Europe for 2015/16. In total, 42 education systems are represented. Information covers the 28 EU Member States as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, and Turkey.

For each country, diagrams show how the national education system is organised at five education levels: early childhood education and care, primary and secondary education programmes, post-secondary non-tertiary programmes, and the main programmes offered at tertiary level.

The first section of the report sets out the main organisational models of pre-primary and compulsory education. The second one provides a guide on how to read the diagrams, while the third section shows the national diagrams including the corresponding levels of education as defined by the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED 2011). [+]

CoverStructural Indicators for Monitoring Education and Training Systems in Europe – 2015
Eurydice Report, 12 November 2015

This report contains more than 30 structural indicators that focus on country progress and key policy developments in five areas:  early childhood education and care, achievement in basic skills, higher education, graduate employability, and learning mobility. Information covers all the EU Member States as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey. The reference year is 2014/15.

The report provides background and complementary information to the Education and Training Monitor 2015 published by the European Commission. It also includes detailed information on each structural indicator of the Education and Training Monitor, including up-to-date figures, definitions, country notes, and short analysis of policy changes and reforms. The Education and Training Monitor is an annual publication of the European Commission which captures the evolution of Europe's education and training systems by bringing together a wide range of evidence in a concise manner. [+]

LogoWe are happy to announce the launch of the new Eurydice website, where you can find reliable information on all aspects of European education. The site has been developed to respond to feedback from Eurydice users – and in particular addresses the need to find relevant information quickly. The new site features improved navigation tools with modern, clear design. Reports and national information that were previously split between two platforms have now been brought together in one site. We invite you to visit our new website where hopefully you will find everything you need to know about education in Europe. [+]

Organisation of school time in Europe (Primary and general secondary education) 2013/2014
Eurydice: Education Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency,
2013
The Eurydice Network provides information on and analyses of European education systems and policies. As from 2013 it consists of 40 national units based in all 36 countries participating in the EU's Lifelong Learning programme (EU Member States, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland). It is co-ordinated and managed by the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in Brussels, which drafts its studies and provides a range of online resources. This publication indicates the dates at which the school year begins and the occurrence of holidays holidays for each country of the Network. Regional variations are also indicated where applicable. [+]

The organisation of the Academic year in higher education in Europe 2013/2014
Eurydice: Education Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency,
2013
The Eurydice Network provides information on and analyses of European education systems and policies. As from 2013 it consists of 40 national units based in all 36 countries participating in the EU's Lifelong Learning programme (EU Member States, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland). It is co-ordinated and managed by the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in Brussels, which drafts its studies and provides a range of online resources. This publication shows how the academic year is structured (beginning of the year, term times, holidays and examination periods) for each country of the Network. Where times may vary depending on types of (university or non-university) study programme, this is also indicated. [+]

Eurydice tiene la satisfacción de anunciarle el lanzamiento oficial de la Eurypedia – la Enciclopedia Europea sobre los Sistemas Educativos, un nuevo recurso on line para ayudar a conocer con mayor profundidad los sistemas educativos europeos y sus reformas más recientes.
El objetivo de esta nueva herramienta el proporcionar una visión lo más precisa posible sobre la organización de los sistemas educativos europeos. Eurypedia contiene más de 5.000 artículos sobre 38 sistemas educativos y universitarios de los 33 países que participan en el Programa de acción de la Unión Europea en el ámbito del Aprendizaje Permanente(los 27 Estados miembros de la UE, Croacia, Islandia, Liechtenstein, Noruega, Suiza and Turquía). Eurypedia es una herramienta wiki cuyos artículos son publicados directamente por la Unidades Nacionales de Eurydice, en colaboración con sus respectivos ministerios de educación y/o expertos nacionales. Los contenidos de la Eurypedia estarán en permanente actualización, de modo que todas las innovaciones y reformas de los diferentes sistemas educativos.
Todos los contenidos de la Eurypedia pueden consultarse en inglés y, en su caso, en la lengua propia del país correspondiente (como en el caso de España). La información que aparece en la Eurypedia está convenientement organizada por tema y por país, y sirve tanto para conocer los diferentes aspectos de un sistema educativo en particular como para comparar distintos países en relación con un mismo tema. [+]

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