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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Education system. Early childhood care is provided by children’s groups or childcare facilities for children under three years of age which fall under the responsibility of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and Ministry of Industry and Trade, respectively.. Education from pre-primary to higher education falls under the responsibility of the department the department of the Ministry

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Adult education may also be provided for by municipality schools, private schools, companies or organizations. The Education and Training Service Centre is a forum of the social partners for adult and continuing education and training in co-operation with other education bodies and the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture.

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: Introduction. Sweden has a decentralised education system, steered by goals and learning outcomes defined at the central level. The government has the overall responsibility and sets the framework for education at all levels but municipalities are responsible for organising most of the education from preschool to upper secondary school as well as municipal adult education and Swedish tuition

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Organisation of the Education System and of Its Structure

Details: Tertiary vocational education is an alternative to higher education and is based on upper secondary education and training or equivalent informal and nonformal competence. Higher Education Entrance Qualification is not required. The education consists of vocational courses lasting from half a year to two years.

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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 solidarity.

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Funding in Education | Eurydice

Details: Early childhood and school education The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education, is the single agency in England accountable for funding education and skills for children, young people and adults. Its remit does not include higher education. Via the ESFA, central government:

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3. Funding in Education | Eurydice

Details: This topic covers all main aspects of education system funding for each major education level (Early Childhood and School Education, Higher Education and Adult Education). Some countries break down the information into sub-sections on ECEC, Primary (or Single Structure Education) and Secondary (and Upper Secondary) Education as well as Higher

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: The home-based education arrangement for full- or part-time compulsory education can be terminated at the parents’ request; in the case of the pupil’s / student’s unexcused absence from end-of-year qualifying exams or failure to pass them; or in case a permit for home-based education was issued in contravention of the law.

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How can education contribute to awareness and action on

Details: Education experts can develop curricula and teaching methods. It should be included in initial and ongoing teacher training so that teachers acquire the necessary knowledge and competences for climate change education. Climate change should also be widely communicated and discussed in the public spheres.

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Initial Education for Teachers Working in Early Childhood

Details: Master’s degree on Compulsory Secondary Education and Bachillerato, Vocational Training and Language Education Teacher Training: the ‘Practicum’ module, comprising 16 ECTS credits. The number of ECTS credits each university establishes for the ‘Final Master’s Project’ varies.

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Funding in Education | Eurydice

Details: The Spanish education system has a decentralised management and administration model. Educational powers are shared between: the State General Administration (Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, Ministry of Universities, and Ministry of Employment and Social Economy) the Autonomous Communities (Departments for Education).

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Teachers and Education Staff | Eurydice

Details: The Écoles Supérieures du Professorat et de l’Éducation (ESPE - Higher Schools for Professorship and Education), established in 2013, became one of the operators of the continuing training of education personnel. Higher education. In higher education, the conditions of access to teaching duties vary between different categories of staff.

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Early Childhood Education and Care | Eurydice

Details: Compulsory full-time education starts at age five, in accordance with Section 8 of the Education Act 1996. Main national policy aims and general objectives. The Government’s overarching aim is for early years education and care to be available through a diverse range of high-quality providers to suit parents’ and children’s needs.

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Funding in Education | Eurydice

Details: Higher Education Institutions, pursuant to article 16 of the Constitution, are self-governed Legal Entities of Public Law, under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs and are financed centrally by the State Budget and the Public Investments Programme on Higher Education. HEIs assume the responsibility to manage the

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Organisation of the Education System and of its Structure

Details: School education. School education in Bulgaria begins at the age of 7. Six year olds may also enter school, if their physical and mental development allows for it and after their parents'/guardians' explicit consent. School education is divided into primary and secondary, general or vocational. Upper secondary general education

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Higher Education Funding | Eurydice

Details: Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited (2018). Introduction - Finances of Higher Education Providers 2016/17 (Charts 2 and 3 and Tables D, E and F).. The Office for Students (OfS) is responsible for distributing public funding to HEIs through annual grants. These are based on funding allocations determined each year within a policy framework set by government.

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Funding in Education | Eurydice

Details: Education budget. According to the International Standard Qualification of Education (ISCED), expenditure on education in Germany in 2017 totalled Euro 185.6 billion on pre-school education, schools and the associated areas, the tertiary sector, miscellaneous and other expenses.

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Teaching and Learning in Primary Education | Eurydice

Details: Curriculum, Subjects, Number of Hours. Curricula are decrees issued by the Federal Minister of Education, Science and Research based on the School Organisation Act.They specify the statutory educational task of the respective school type. Experts are involved in preparing and developing the curricula.

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Special Education Needs Provision within Mainstream

Details: Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans are for children and young people aged up to 25 with more complex needs, who need more support than is available through SEN support. EHC plans aim to provide a unified approach, including a young person’s education, health care and social care needs. Special educational needs support / SEN support

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Main Types of Provision | Eurydice - Europa

Details: Nowadays, such education is generally provided by cultural institutions set above all by communities or by commercial organisations. Education is a more or less regular element of the work of museums and galleries, including lectures or even courses and exhibition commentaries.

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Initial Education for Teachers Working in Early Childhood

Details: Higher education institutions (vysoké školy) are autonomous to a large extent with respect to the content and character of the individual study programmes; however, the proposed study programmes are subject to accreditation according to the Higher Education Act (within the institutional accreditation or in the form of the accreditation of a

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The Structure of the European Education Systems 2018/19

Details: allocate education programmes to levels of education. Depending on the level and type of education concerned, there is a need to establish a hierarchical ranking system between main and subsidiary criteria (typical entrance qualification, minimum entrance requirement, minimum age, staff qualification, etc.).

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Adult Education and Training | Eurydice

Details: Since 1971, adult education and training – or "continuing vocational training" (CVT) according to the expression used in France – has been a right acknowledged by French law (Law no.71-575 of 16 July 1971).Its aim is to foster professional integration or reintegration of adults, keep them in employment, encourage development of their skills, open the way to the various levels of

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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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National Reforms in Vocational Education and Training and

Details: 2020 Vocational education and training in the school year 2020/21. Reform status: new institution launched, September 2020. Education in stage II sectoral vocational schools will commence on the 1 st September 2020. These schools offer graduates of stage I vocational schools (and for several years also graduates of existing basic vocational schools) the opportunity to obtain a technician

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Organisation of Private Education | Eurydice

Details: School Education - Primary and Secondary Education Around 90% of all students in Austria attend state schools, whilst 10% go to one of the approximately 600 private educational institutions . Under the Basic Law on the General Rights of Nationals 1867 Article 17 anyone has the right to set up a private school.

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Guidance and Counselling in Early Childhood and School

Details: Centres also offer information and training on education and career guidance to pupils/students, parents and teachers. Within the school education system, the Centre for Education Development (CED) provides support to career guidance staff. CED is a national-level and public in-service teacher training institution.

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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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Secondary and Post-Secondary Non-Tertiary Education

Details: Secondary education. Secondary education follows on from ordinary and special primary education. It does not include special schools for disabled children (which fall under the Expertise Centres Act, adult and vocational education or higher education.

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Adult Education and Training Funding | Eurydice

Details: Most adult education and training in England is provided by further education colleges, which are non-profit private corporations, or by private training providers and employers. As described in the previous sections of this article, these providers may receive some public funding in respect of this provision.

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National Reforms in Vocational Education and Training and

Details: Education providers will get more freedom to organise education and training with the introduction of the new organisation licences. The funding reform aims to ensure the implementation of the educational guarantee and encourage education providers to adopt measures to reduce discontinuation of studies.

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Portugal | Eurydice - Europa

Details: The Ministry of Education (Ministério da Educação - ME) is the Portuguese governmental department responsible for defining, coordinating, implementing and evaluating national policy regarding the education system (pre-school, basic, upper secondary and out-of-school education), as well as for articulating education policy with qualification

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Secondary and Post-Secondary Non-Tertiary Education

Details: Source: Participation in Education, Training and Employment: 2018 (Main Text, Table A, p.4; and Table D, p.10). Although most post-16 programmes are intended to be of a maximum two years’ duration, the funding framework applies up to age 19. For this reason, the age range 16–18/19 is adopted throughout this description.

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Key Data on Early Childhood Education and Care in Europe

Details: Only five education systems have made CPD mandatory for all staff 83 Section II – Child/Staff Ratios 87 The maximum number of children per staff member more than doubles between the ages of 2 and 4 87 Chilminders in regulated home-based provision usually look after a maximum of four or five children under age 3 90.

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Quality Assurance in Adult Education and Training | Eurydice

Details: The Education and Training Inspectorate (ETI) introduced a new inspection framework in January 2017. The Inspection and Self-Evaluation Framework (ISEF) is common to all phases of education and training inspected by the ETI. It provides a holistic overview of the key aspects of the system at all stages from the early years through to further

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France | Eurydice - Europa

Details: Key features of the Education System. The French education system is characterised by a strong central State presence in the organisation and funding of Education.The French education system is regulated by the Department for National Education, Higher Education and Research.It governs within the framework defined by the Parliament, which states the fundamental principles of education.

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Higher Education Funding | Eurydice

Details: Higher education institutions also receive funds from companies, if the companies commission them with certain research and development work. In 2017, the share of external funding from the commercial sector accounted for over 18.3 percent or Euro 1.45 billion of all external funding. Financing of Berufsakademien

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Leonardo da Vinci Programme | EACEA

Details: Leonardo da Vinci focused on vocational education and training. It addressed both the learning and teaching needs in the sector, namely trainees in vocational education, teachers and trainers, institutions and educational bodies, enterprises, associations, social partners and bodies relating to either lifelong learning or the labour market.

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Higher Education Funding | Eurydice

Details: Higher education institutions (HEIs) in Northern Ireland receive their funding from a variety of public and private sources. These are summarised in the tables below and described in more detail under the subheadings which follow. HEIs in the UK received their funding from the following sources in 2016/17:

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12. Educational Support and Guidance | Eurydice

Details: The stages of education are detailed in particular, whether it is the degree of disability or the age that is the principle determining factor. Any recommendations on the maximum or minimum number of pupils per class are also detailed. Curriculum subjects.

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National Reforms in School Education | Eurydice

Details: The teaching of civic education will start in school year 2020/2021. 2018 The new final exam at upper secondary level. On 26 November, the Ministry of education published the reference frameworks for the written tests of the new final exam of upper secondary education. The new exam has been introduced by law 107/2015 and will be held under the

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Secondary and Post-Secondary Non-Tertiary Education

Details: Most further education colleges are statutory corporations set up under the Further and Higher Education Act (FHEA) 1992. This took further education institutions out of local authority control and is the principal piece of legislation governing further education in England and Wales.

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Serbia | Eurydice - Europa

Details: The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development and competent authorities of the province of Vojvodina monitor the establishment of educational institutions. The procedure is the same for preschool, primary and secondary education institutions, regardless of the type of their founder. All higher education institutions must be accredited by the Commission for Accreditation and

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Sweden | Eurydice - Europa

Details: All education, from preschool class to higher education, is free of charge. Sweden has among the highest public spending on education relative to GDP in the EU. A Decentralised Education System. Sweden has a decentralised education system, steered by goals and learning outcomes defined at central level.

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United Kingdom - England | Eurydice

Details: Key features of the education system Responsibilities. Overall responsibility for the education system in England lies with the UK Government’s Department for Education (DfE).Unlike Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, England does not have its own devolved government.

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Overview of the Higher Education System

Details: Education is given a high priority and accounts for 7% of . GDP. 1.1 Fundamental Principles and National Policies . Since its independence in 1956, the government of Tunisia has focused on developing an education system which produces a solid human capital base able torespond to the changing needs of a

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Teachers and Education Staff | Eurydice

Details: The current Teacher education development programme focuses on admissions, initial education and as well as development of professional competence and learning during the career. Students with the best capacity for teaching will be selected and the aptitude of applicants to teacher education is taken into account in the student admissions.

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Poland | Eurydice - Europa

Details: Domination of the public education sector over private. In school education the number of public schools and students attending them greatly outweighs the number of non-public schools and their pupils. In higher education system the majority of students is also enrolled in public HEIs. A reform changing school structure (2017/18 – 2022/23)

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