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Martes, 03 Noviembre 2020 08:32

Educación obligatoria en Europa 2020-21

CoverCompulsory Education in Europe – 2020/21
Luxemburgo: OPOCE, 2020. Eurydice Report

This publication provides a concise information on the duration of compulsory education/training in 43 European education systems, covering 38 countries participating in the EU's Erasmus+ programme (27 Member States, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom). Full-time compulsory education/training refers to a period of full-time educational/training attendance required of all students. [+]

CoverThe Organisation of School Time in Europe Primary and General Secondary Education 2020/21
Eurydice Report, 2020

How is the school year organised across Europe? The Eurydice report on the organisation of school time replies to this specific question. It contains national data on the length of the school year, the start and the end dates of each school year, the timing and length of school holidays and the number of school days. Despite some differences, countries show many similarities regarding the structure of their school calendars. Did you know that the countries where the school year begins the earliest are Denmark and Finland? With regard to the number of school days, it varies between 165 days in Albania and 200 days in Denmark and Italy.

In general, the number of school days is the same in primary and secondary education, but there are a few exceptions: in France and Albania (both in upper secondary education), Greece (in secondary education, teaching days and exam days are included), Romania and Serbia for example, the number of schools days is higher in secondary education than in primary.

Those key points and many others are illustrated by comparative figures. The information is available for 38 countries covering both primary and general secondary education and participating in the EU's Erasmus+ programme (27 Member States, the United Kingdom, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey). [+]

CoverThe Organisation of the Academic Year in Europe 2020/21
Eurydice Report, 2020

Do you wonder how the academic calendar is structured this year, especially after covid19 hugely impacted our higher education systems? This publication, based on national data, gives accurate information on the beginning of the academic year, term times, holidays and examination periods. Differences between university and non-university study programmes are also highlighted. The information is available for 37 countries. [+]

CoverTeachers' and School Heads' Salaries and Allowances in Europe 2018/19
Eurydice Report, 2020

This report covers the statutory salaries of teachers and school heads in pre-primary, primary and general secondary public schools in 2018/19 in the Erasmus+ countries.

The comparative overview examines the statutory salaries for beginning teachers, and the prospects for salary increases throughout their career. It also analyses the main changes to teachers’ statutory salaries in the past years, the average actual salaries including allowances and other additional payments, and the statutory salaries of school heads.

The report includes national data sheets with extensive information on the salaries, the allowances and other additional payments that teachers and school heads receive. Data have been collected jointly by the Eurydice and the OECD/NESLI networks. [+]

BannerHoy se cumple un año desde el inicio de SELFIE (Autorreflexión sobre el aprendizaje efectivo mediante el fomento de la innovación a través de la tecnología educativa), herramienta gratuita en línea de la Comisión Europea que ayuda a los centros de enseñanza a evaluar y mejorar cómo utilizan la tecnología para la enseñanza y el aprendizaje. Más de 450 000 alumnos, profesores y directores de centros de enseñanza de cuarenta y cinco países han utilizado la herramienta hasta la fecha, y se prevé que esta cifra supere los 500 000 antes de que finalice 2019.

SELFIE se mejora continuamente mediante pruebas de los usuarios y la información facilitada por los centros de enseñanza. Entre las nuevas características se encuentran una guía audiovisual para los centros de enseñanza sobre la configuración y la personalización de la herramienta y la posibilidad de comparar los resultados con anteriores ejercicios de SELFIE en el mismo centro. La Comisión Europea también está contactando y concienciando a los centros de enseñanza para aumentar su aceptación, por ejemplo a través de eTwinning, la mayor plataforma de profesores del mundo y la Semana de Programación de la UE. En 2020 se elaborarán más materiales de apoyo y formación, entre ellos un curso masivo abierto en línea para centros de enseñanza sobre SELFIE y sobre cómo sus resultados pueden ser aprovechados por los profesores para mejorar la enseñanza y el aprendizaje con el apoyo de las tecnologías digitales. También está previsto que, en enero de 2020, se inicie la versión de SELFIE para la educación y la formación profesional en el trabajo. (RAPID, IP-19-6144, 25.10.2019)

CoverStructural Indicators for Monitoring Education and Training Systems in Europe 2019
Luxemburgo: OPOCE, 2019. Eurydice Report

This report contains more than 35 updated structural indicators on education policies for the 2018/19 school/academic year in six policy areas: early childhood education and care (ECEC), achievement in basic skills, early leaving from education and training (ELET), higher education, graduate employability and learning mobility. It additionally provides a short overview of the major reforms since the start of the 2014/15 school/academic year in the said policy areas.

Part of the information in this report that concerns the EU Member States was published in the Education and Training Monitor 2019. The 2019 update of the structural indicators covers all EU Member States, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey. [+]

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