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Basic Education (Primary and Lower Secondary Education

Details: General objectives. According to the Education Act, the aims of basic education are: to provide all Portuguese citizens with a common general education that allows them to discover and develop interests, skills, the capacity for reasoning, memory and critical thinking, a moral sense and aesthetic sensitivity, as well as promote individual fulfilment in harmony with the values of social …

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Overview. Elementary education includes nursery education (2.5 - 6 years) and primary education (6 - 12 years). Parents can choose whether the transition from nursery to primary education takes place at the age of five, six or seven, subject to non-binding advice from the school and the CPG.

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Home education is provided to primary and secondary education students only in case of: Severe short-term or chronic health problems, not allowing for pupils transport and school attendance. Disability and /or special educational needs, making it difficult to attend schools in the mainstream educational system or in integration classes.

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: The further education sector is described in the ‘Adult Education and Training’ Chapter which should be read in conjunction with the ‘Secondary Education’ Chapter in relation to this age group. Higher education Higher education institutions (HEIs) generally cater for students aged 18 and above.

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Secondary education comprises compulsory secondary education, the second and last compulsory stage for students aged 12-16; Bachillerato, and basic vocational training and intermediate vocational training, which are non-compulsory levels. compulsory secondary education: it is the second and last compulsory stage, for students aged 12-16

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: The national education system. The assembly of all public and private educational institutions of all types, levels and forms of instruction and education constitutes the national education system.. The national education system is structured into education levels such as to ensure coherence and continuity of instruction and education according to individual and age particularities of the

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Primary Education Eurydice

Details: Most primary schools therefore provide education for pupils between the ages of 4 and 11. Four-year-olds are admitted into the reception class, which forms part of the Foundation Phase. This is the phase of education from age 3 to age 7, which spans early education (ages 3-5, ISCED 0) and Years 1 and 2 of compulsory primary education (ISCED 1).

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Compulsory education. Education is compulsory and free from the age of 3 to the age of 16; it includes three years of pre-primary education (in nursery schools), five years of primary education (at elementary school) plus five years of secondary education: four years at collège (lower secondary education) then one year at lycée (upper secondary education).

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Integrated Primary and Lower Secondary Education Eurydice

Details: Integrated primary and lower secondary education takes place in primary schools where pupils start their compulsory school attendance.. The primary school provides for the pupil the basic knowledge, skills and competences in language, natural science, social science, art, sports, health, traffic and other areas of knowledge and skills which are necessary for orientation in life and society.

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Funding in Education Eurydice

Details: The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science administers almost all central government expenditure on education, while the Ministry of Economic Affairs funds agricultural education. Under article 23 of the Constitution (only available in Dutch), all educational institutions – public and private – are funded on an equal footing.

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Funding in Education Eurydice

Details: (vocational education and training (VET), tertiary level professional education (PE), job-related continuing education and training (CET) In vocational and professional education and training (VPET) there is an alliance between the Confederation, cantons and the business sector. The cantons are responsible for implementing VPET and pay 75% of

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Teachers and Education Staff Eurydice

Details: A member of education staff is a person who carries out direct educational and training activities or special educational or educational-psychological activities (in summary educational activity) and provides education and training on the basis of the Education Act. He/she is an employee of a legal entity which carries out activities of a

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Teaching and Learning in General Secondary Education

Details: The standardisation of the content of education and the mobility of students between schools are guaranteed by the National Core Curriculum in grades 1-12. The core curriculum also contains the principles of education for students belonging to national or ethnic minorities as well as for students with special needs.

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Welcome to Eurydice

Details: Our task is to explain how education systems are organised in Europe and how they work. Eurydice publishes descriptions of national education systems, comparative reports devoted to specific topics, indicators and statistics, as well as news and articles related to the field of education.

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Higher Education Eurydice

Details: The Education Act defines the goal and the level of tertiary professional education, its organisation and admission requirements, course and completion of study programmes, attained qualification and the manner in which accreditation of study programmes is granted. The amendment of 2020 introduced the obligation of schools to provide education

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Organisation of Private Education Eurydice

Details: The continuing education schemes on offer cover a broad spectrum of courses in continuing general, political and cultural education and continuing vocational training, which are supported by a diverse range of institutions – state and private-sector, non-profit-making and profit-oriented, in-company and public – and of institutions attached

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Primary Education Eurydice

Details: After the end of primary education, pupils study in secondary education that is a separate level of education. It includes two study cycles: Lower secondary education school (gymnasio). Upper secondary education school (lykeio) that can be either general or vocational. For more information, please visit Chapter 6.

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Organisation of Single Structure Education Eurydice

Details: Basic education starts in the year that a child turns seven, unless the child needs special needs education (see Chapter 12. Educational Support and Guidance) Age is the only admission requirement, because every child permanently resident in Finland is subject to basic education.

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Teachers and Education Staff Eurydice

Details: The Department for Education’s single departmental plan, updated in May 2018, sets out its vision to ‘provide world-class training, education and care for everyone, whatever their background’. One of the key principles underpinning the plan is recognising the importance of the people delivering education and care, and striving to recruit

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Teaching and Learning in Primary Education Eurydice

Details: Curricula or education plans for the primary school as well as for other types of school are the responsibility of the Ministries of Education and Cultural Affairs in the Länder. They take the form of instructions from a higher authority and, as such, are binding on teachers. It is the responsibility of the head teacher to ensure that the

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Funding in Education Eurydice

Details: The education system in Bulgaria remains predominantly publicly funded. Nearly 87% of the funding is ensured by the state budget. The allocated sources for education in 2010 and 2011 vary between 4.20 and 3.30 percents of the GDP, respectively.

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Educational Support and Guidance Eurydice

Details: Special education needs provision in the school sector. The aim of special educational support is to enable children and young people who either have disabilities or face the threat of disablement to exercise their right to a form of schooling, training and education that is tailored to their personal capabilities and needs.

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Higher Education Funding Eurydice

Details: Funding Objectives, political objectives, educational objectives. A key objective of public funding of higher education is to enable institutions in the tertiary education sector to fulfil their legal obligations and the established educational objectives.Universities, universities of applied sciences and university colleges of teacher education are predominantly publicly financed.

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Funding in Education Eurydice

Details: Sources. Austrian Science Council (online ressource, 2012) Universities of Applied Sciences in the Austrian Higher Education System BMBWF (online ressource, 2013) Documentation of higher education legislation BMBWF (online ressource, 2017) Austrian Universities’ Development Plan 2019–2024 BMBWF (online ressource, consolidated) Database of educational grants

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Assessment in Primary Education Eurydice

Details: Remedial education can be accomplished either within the school-based curriculum (further study classes) and/or extra-curricular activities or during afternoon activities in the schools that organise such activities. Alternatively, teachers can rely on differentiated activities performed during the daily normal programme.

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Early Childhood and School Education Funding Eurydice

Details: Higher education institutions Funding sources include state budget, student tuition fees, income from services rendered or generated by third parties, donations, scientific activities, international projects, bilateral or multilateral agreements, funding from special funds. In both public and private higher education institutions students that

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Higher Education Eurydice

Details: Higher education institutions are autonomous in terms of the content and methods of research and teaching; their organisation is regulated by an act. Higher education is governed by a sectoral act and the related government decrees regulating its implementation. These stipulate the most important provisions and rules applicable to the operation

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Mobility in Early Childhood and School Education Eurydice

Details: The Spanish education system is committed to the development of policies, strategies and actions promoting student mobility. The 2006 Education Act expresses in its preamble the need to increase mobility and exchanges, with the aim of opening up education systems to the wider world.

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Funding in Education Eurydice

Details: Formal education takes place in education and training institutions and leads to the award of recognised diplomas and qualifications. The whole of the formal education sector is organised, grant-aided or simply recognised by the French Community.

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Adult Education and Training Funding Eurydice

Details: Education through the General Secretariat for Vocational Education, Training, Lifelong Learning and Youth (G.G.E.K.D.B.M. & N.) The educational and development programmes are mainly co-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF), which is the main funding body of the European Union.

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Early Childhood and School Education Funding Eurydice

Details: Pursuant to the Public Education Act, the Minister responsible for education may enter into a public education agreement with the maintainer of a non-state public education institution. The content, validity period and rules of concluding a public education agreement are regulated by the implementing decree of the Act on Public Education .

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Types of Higher Education Institutions Eurydice

Details: Higher education institutions are classified according to whether they organise university or non-university provision. Those providing non-university education are further subdivided into centres which offer advanced vocational training cycles and specialised education institutions.. University education

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Quality Assurance in Higher Education Eurydice

Details: education authorities through their evaluation agencies: they ensure compliance with basic quality standards in the design and implementation of studies, as well as among those taking part in a hiring process or a process to enter the civil service; universities:

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Special Education Needs Provision within Mainstream

Details: Definition of the target groups. Learners with special or specific educational needs (EBS; élèves à besoins éducatifs particuliers ou spécifiques) are those for whom the education provision offered by the teacher in a regular class needs to be more specialised or specifically adapted.. These persons' specific or special needs may be related to features or difficulties concerning motor

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Quality Assurance in Higher Education Eurydice

Details: Quality assurance in Danish higher education aims to create a more coherent and transparent education market in Denmark for the benefit of students, the labour market and the educational institutions. This is done by accrediting all types of higher educational institutions and their educational programmes.

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Organisation of Vocational Upper Secondary Education

Details: The secondary education cycle, which is part of the formal educational system; The 'post-secondary year - apprenticeship class', that is a post-secondary education cycle, which belongs to non-formal education. School leaving certificate holders, secondary education cycle EPAL degree holders, as well as older types of technical vocational

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Secondary and Post-Secondary Non-Tertiary Education

Details: The Education ministry's publication on the schools' programme provision 'Offre scolaire 2019-2020' (in French) informs about the geographical location of the different establishments. It also details each school's educational offer. In order to facilitate guidance and help students and parents find the best suitable school for the learners' aspirations and capacities, the ministry has also

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Teachers and Education Staff Eurydice

Details: general education teachers at VET schools, vocational education teachers at VET schools, teachers of vocational baccalaureate subjects, teachers at colleges of higher education. Employment conditions from entering the profession to retirement (terms of appointment, salary, etc.) are regulated by cantonal acts and provisions.

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Assessment in Primary Education Eurydice

Details: The school record of primary education is the official document that reflects the evaluation results, as well as decisions concerning the students’ academic progress throughout the stage, and attests successful completion of the studies. Its safekeeping is the responsibility of the school where the student is enrolled and is supervised by the

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Adult Education and Training Funding Eurydice

Details: The education in Finland, also adult education, is mostly financed by public funding, which means that it is free for the student except for further VET where students must pay moderate fees. New funding system for vocational education and training.

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Adult Education and Training Eurydice

Details: In Croatia, adult education is embedded in the concept of lifelong learning. It is defined like that in the valid 2007 Adult Education Act and in the description of activities of the Ministry of Science and Education.Adult education is conducted as …

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Early Childhood Education and Care Eurydice

Details: Pre-primary education, which is the responsibility of the Ministry of National Education, is carried out in pre-primary school (écoles maternelles). These structures are classified as ISCED 02, and the pupils follow teaching programmes that are set by the ministry in charge of education. Children are welcomed there from around 3 years old and

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Assessment in General Upper Secondary Education Eurydice

Details: military education: military and non-commissioned officers. For more information, see First cycle programmes and National reforms in higher education. The certificates are issued, on behalf of the King, by the Minister of Education or the relevant education authority in the Autonomous Community in question. They must include the following

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Republic of North Macedonia

Details: Primary education (ISCED 1 and ISCED 2): in duration of nine years, free of charge and compulsory for all children aged 6 to 15, with no regards to the gender, religion and nationality. The primary education activities are defined and regulated by the Law on the Primary Education and with the Concept for Nine-years Primary Education.

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Mobility in Higher Education Eurydice

Details: 1 These mobility actions, together with those for higher education staff, make up the Mobility Projects for Higher Education Students and Staff.These mobility projects can comprise one or more actions, that is, a project can be comprised of mobility actions for higher education students or teaching/training assignments and/or staff training for higher education staff.

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Organisation of Upper Secondary Education Eurydice

Details: In sports education, the class size is normally 20 and is single-sex. The maximum class size in the bilingual Slovenian-Hungarian school is 16 students. If so agreed by the Minister of education, schools may set up classes of 5 or even fewer students.

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