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Education at a Glance 2014: Indicators by chapter

 

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Chapter A:  the output of educational institutions and the impact of learning

Indicator A1: To what level have adults studied? Read Tables Chart
Indicator A2: How many students are expected to complete upper secondary education?  Read Tables Chart
Indicator A3: How many students are expected to complete tertiary education?  Read Tables  Chart
Indicator A4:  To what extent does parents’ education influence participation in tertiary education?   Read Tables  Chart
Indicator A5: How does educational attainment affect participation in the labour market?   Read Tables  Chart
Indicator A6: What are the earnings advantages from education?    Read Tables  Chart
Indicator A7: What are the incentives to invest in education?    Read Tables  Chart
Indicator A8: What are the social outcomes of education?   Read Tables  Chart
Indicator A9: How are student performance and equity in education related?   Read Tables  Chart


The Education at a Glance Interim Report provides an update of the series on:

 

 

  • Educational attainment (Indicator A1, Chapter 1)
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  • Labour market outcomes (Indicator A5, Chapter 2)
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Chapter B: Financial and human resources invested in education

Indicator B1: How much is spent per student? Read  Tables Chart
Indicator B2: What proportion of national wealth is spent on education ? Read  Tables Chart
Indicator B3: How much public and private investment in education is there?  Read  Tables  Chart
Indicator B4: What is the total public spending on education?  Read  Tables  Chart
Indicator B5: How much do tertiary students pay and what public support do they receive?   Read  Tables  Chart
Indicator B6: On what resources and services is education funding spent?   Read  Tables  Chart
Indicator B7: Which factors influence the level of expenditure on education?   Read  Tables  Chart

Chapter C:  Access to education, participation  and progression

Indicator C1: Who participates in education? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator C2: How do early childhood education systems differ around the world? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator C3: How many students are expected to enter tertiary education?  Read Tables  Chart
Indicator C4: Who studies abroad and where? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator C5: Transition from school to work: where are the 15-29 year-olds? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator C6: How many adults participate in education and learning? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator C7: In what ways do public and private schools/institutions differ?  Read Tables  Chart

The Education at a Glance Interim Report provides an update of the series on:
     
  • Transition from school to work (Indicator C5, Chapter 3)
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Chapter D: The learning environment and  organisation of schools

Indicator  D1: How much time do students spend in the classroom? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator D2: What is the student-teacher ratio and how big are classes? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator D3: How much are teachers paid? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator D4: How much time do teachers spend teaching? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator D5 Who are the teachers? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator D6: What does it take to become a teacher? Read Tables  Chart
Indicator D7: How extensive are professional development activities for teachers Read Tables  Chart

 

Annex 1: Characteristics of  education systems   Tables 
Annex 2: Reference statistics   Tables

 Annex 3: Sources, methods  and technical notes

Chapter A Read  
Chapter B Read  
Chapter C Read  
Chapter D1 Read  
Chapter D2-5 Read  
Chapter D6 Read  
Chapter D7 Read  
UOE Data Collection sources Read  

 

The Education at a Glance Interim Report provides an update of the Annex (Chapter A and C)

 

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