Skills beyond school

Education at a Glance 2001 - List of Indicator Tables

 

  1. Table A1.1 Relative size and expected changes of the school-age population
    Size of the population at the age of primary/lower secondary, upper secondary and tertiary education as a percentage of the total population
  1. Table A2.1a: Educational attainment of the population (1999)
    Distribution of the population 25 to 64 years of age, by highest level of education attained
  2. Table A2.1b: Educational attainment of the labour force (1999)
    Distribution of the labour force 25 to 64 years of age, by highest level of education attained
  3. Table A2.2a: Population that has attained at least upper secondary education (1999)
    Percentage of the population that has attained at least upper secondary education, by age group
  4. Table A2.2b: Population that has attained tertiary education (1999)
    Percentage of the population that has attained tertiary-type B and tertiary-type A and advanced research programmes, by age group
  5. Table A2.2c: Educational attainment of the population, by gender (1999)
    Percentage of the population that has attained at least upper secondary or at least tertiary education, by age group and gender
  1. Table A3.1: Decomposition of changes in annual average growth rates of GDP per capita
    Estimated effect of changes in explanatory variables to changes in output per capita growth rates over the period 1980s to 1990s
  1. Table B1.1: Expenditure per student (1998)
    Expenditure per student in US dollars converted using PPPs on public and private institutions, by level of education, based on full-time equivalents
  2. Table B1.2: Expenditure per student relative to GDP per capita (1998)
    Ratio of expenditure per student relative to GDP per capita (multiplied by 100) on public and private institutions, by level of education, based on full-time equivalents
  3. Table B1.3: Expenditure per student relative to GDP per capita (1995)
    Ratio of expenditure per student relative to GDP per capita (multiplied by 100) on public and private institutions, by level of education, based on full-time equivalents
  4. Table B1.4: Cumulative expenditure per student over the average duration of tertiary studies (1998)
    Average duration of tertiary studies and expenditure over the average duration of studies in US dollars converted using PPPs, by type of programme
  1. Table B2.1a: Expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP
    Direct and indirect expenditure on educational institutions from public and private sources for all levels of education, by source of fund and year
  2. Table B2.1b: Expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP
    Direct and indirect expenditure on educational institutions from public and private sources, by level of education, source of fund and year
  3. Table B2.1c: Expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP (1998)
    Direct and indirect expenditure from public and private sources on educational institutions, by level of education and year
  4. Table B2.2: Change of expenditure on educational institutions
    Index of change between 1995 and 1998 in public and private expenditure on educational institutions, by level of education (1995=100)
  1. Table B3.1: Relative proportions of public and private funds for educational institutions for all levels of education
    Distribution of public and private sources of funds for educational institutions after transfers from public sources, by year
  2. Table B3.2: Relative proportions of public and private funds for educational institutions
    Distribution of public and private sources of funds for educational institutions after transfers from public sources, by level of education and year
  1. Table B4.1: Total public expenditure on education
    Direct public expenditure on educational institutions plus public subsidies to the private sector (including subsidies for living costs, and other private entities) as a percentage of GDP and as a percentage of total public expenditure, by level of education and year
  1. Table B5.1: Public subsidies to the private sector as a percentage of total government expenditure on education and GDP for primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education (1998)
    Direct expenditure for institutions and transfers to households and other private entities as a percentage of total government expenditure and GDP
  2. Table B5.2: Public subsidies to the private sector as a percentage of total government expenditure on education and GDP for tertiary education (1998)
    Direct expenditure for institutions and transfers to households and other private entities as a percentage of total government expenditure and GDP
  1. Table B6.1: Educational expenditure by resource category (1998)
    Distribution of total and current expenditure on educational institutions, by resource category and level of education
  2. Table B6.2: Expenditure on instruction, research and development (R&D) and ancillary services in institutions as a percentage of GDP (1998)
    Expenditure per student in US dollars converted using PPPs, by type of service and level of education
  3. Table B6.3: Expenditure per student on instruction, ancillary services and research and development (R&D) (1998)
    Expenditure per student in US dollars converted using PPPs, by type of service and level of education
  1. Table C1.1: School expectancy (1999)
    Expected years of schooling under current conditions in public and private institutions, excluding education for children under five years of age, by level of education and mode of study, and change in school expectancy for all levels of education (1995 = 100)
  2. Table C1.2: Enrolment rates (1999)
    Net enrolment rates by age group for full-time and part-time students in public and private institutions
  3. Table C1.3: Transition characteristics at ages 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 (1999)
    Net enrolment rates in public and private institutions, by level of education and age, based on head counts
  4. Table C1.4: Primary and secondary students in public and private institutions and change in primary and secondary enrolments (1999)
    Distribution of students in primary and secondary education, by mode of enrolment and type of institution
  5. Table C1.5: Participation in training outside formal education
    Expected hours of training outside formal education, net participation rates, and mean number of hours of participation per year, by age group
  1. Table C2.1: Upper secondary enrolment patterns (1999)
    Enrolment in public and private institutions, by programme destination and programme orientation
  2. Table C2.2: Upper secondary graduation rates (1999)
    Ratio of upper secondary graduates to total population at typical age of graduation (multiplied by 100) in public and private institutions, by programme destination, programme orientation and gender
  3. Table C2.3: Post-secondary non-tertiary graduation rates (1999)
    Ratio of post-secondary non-tertiary graduates to total population at typical age of graduation (multiplied by 100) in public and private institutions, by programme destination and gender
  1. Table C3.1: Entry rates to tertiary education and age distribution of new entrants (1999)
    Sum of net entry rates for each single year of age in tertiary-type A and tertiary-type B education in public and private institutions, by gender
  2. Table C3.2: Expected years in tertiary education (1999)
    Expected years of study under current conditions in public and private institutions, by gender and mode of study
  3. Table C3.3: Students in public and private institutions and full-time and part-time programmes in tertiary education (1999)
    Distribution of students, by mode of enrolment, type of institution and programme destination
  4. Table C3.4: Change in expected years of tertiary education and total enrolments (1995-1999)
    Expected years in tertiary education, based on head counts, and changes in total enrolment in tertiary education (1995 = 100) in public and private institutions
  1. Table C4.1: Graduation rates in tertiary education (1999)
    Sum of net graduation rates by single year of age (multiplied by 100) in public and private institutions, by type of programme and duration of programme
  2. Table C4.2: Human capital growth in the total working-age population and in the employed population (1989-1996)
    Percentage point change in the proportion of individuals with tertiary qualifications in the working-age population and in the employed population
  3. Table C4.3: Graduates by field of study (1999)
    Distribution of tertiary graduates in public and private institutions, by field of study and level of education
  4. Table C4.4: Science graduates in the youth labour force (1999)
    Number of science graduates per 100 000 persons in the labour force 25 to 34 years of age, by gender
  5. Table C4.5: Proportion of tertiary qualifications awarded to women (1999)
    In public and private institutions, by level of tertiary education and subject category
  1. Table C5.1: Students receiving additional resources in primary and lower secondary education (1999)
    Number of students in cross-national categories A, B and C receiving additional resources as a percentage of all students in primary and lower secondary education and as a percentage of all students receiving additional resources
  2. Table C5.2 : Location of students receiving additional resources in primary and lower secondary education (1999)
    Numbers of students receiving additional resources as a percentage of all students in primary and lower secondary education, and the percentage of students in cross-national category A, by location
  3. Table C5.3: Distribution of students receiving additional resources to access the curriculum in each cross-national category, by location (1999)
  4. Table C5.4: Gender distribution of students receiving additional resources in primary and lower secondary education, by location (1999)
  1. Table C6.1a: Participation in job-related continuing education and training and educational attainment
    Participation rate and mean number of hours per participant and per adult for the population 25 to 64 years of age, by level of education and gender
  2. Table C6.1b: Participation in all continuing education and training and educational attainment
    Participation rate and mean number of hours per participant and per adult for the population 25 to 64 years of age, by level of education and gender
  3. Table C6.2a: Participation in job-related continuing education and training and employment status
    Participation rate and mean number of hours per participant and per adult for the population 25 to 64 years of age, by employment status and gender
  4. Table C6.2b: Participation in all continuing education and training and employment status
    Participation rate and mean number of hours per participant and per adult for the population 25 to 64 years of age, by employment status and gender
  1. Table D1.1a: Teachers' salaries in primary education (1999)
    Annual statutory teachers' salaries in public institutions in primary education, in equivalent US dollars converted using PPPs
  2. Table D1.1b: Teachers' salaries in lower secondary education (1999)
    Annual statutory teachers' salaries in public institutions in lower secondary education, in equivalent US dollars converted using PPPs
  3. Table D1.1c: Teachers' salaries in upper secondary general education (1999)
    Annual statutory teachers' salaries in public institutions in upper secondary education, general programmes, in equivalent US dollars converted using PPPs
  4. Table D1.1d: Teachers' salaries in upper secondary vocational education (1999)
    Annual statutory teachers' salaries in public institutions in upper secondary education, vocational programmes, in equivalent US dollars converted using PPPs
  5. Table D1.2: Comparison of average primary teachers' salaries with those of other public sector employees (1996)
    Average compensation of employees for selected occupations in the public sector (primary teacher =100)
  6. Table D1.3: Adjustments to base salary for teachers in public schools (1999)
    Types of adjustments to base salary awarded to teachers in public schools, by frequency of adjustment awarded to teachers all or most of the time
  1. Table D2.1: Age distribution of teachers (1999)
    Percentage of teachers in public and private institutions, by level of education and age group, based on head counts
  2. Table D2.2: Gender distribution of teachers (1999)
    Percentage of women among teaching staff in public and private institutions, by level of education, based on head counts
  3. Table D2.3: Percentage of women teaching staff in each age group (1999)
    Percentage of women among teaching staff in public and private institutions, by level of education and age group, based on head counts
  4. Table D2.4: Teaching staff and the labour force (1999)
    Teaching staff as a percentage of the total labour force, by level of education, based on head counts
  5. Table D2.5: Teaching staff and non-teaching staff (1999)
    Teaching staff and non-teaching staff as a percentage of the total labour force for all levels of education, based on head counts
  1. Table D3.1: Number of teaching hours per year
    Calculated net contact time in hours per year in public institutions, by level of education
  2. Table D3.2: How working time is organised
    Number of hours worked per week by teachers, by level of education and category of working time
  1. Table D4.1a: Intended instruction time (1999)
    Total intended instruction time in hours per year for students 12 to 14 years of age
  2. Table D4.1b: Intended instruction time for mathematics and science (1999)
    Total intended instruction time for mathematics and science in hours per year for students 12 to 14 years of age
  3. Table D4.2: Intended instruction time per subject (1999)
    Intended instruction time as a percentage of total intended instruction time for students 12 to 14 years of age, by subject, and the division of instruction time into compulsory and non-compulsory parts of the curriculum
  1. Table D5.1: Ratio of students to teaching staff (1999)
    For public and private institutions, by level of education, calculations based on full-time equivalents
  2. Table D5.2: Index of change between 1995 and 1999 (1995=100) in the number of teaching staff and students, and in the ratio of students to teaching staff
    For public and private institutions, by level of education, calculations based on full-time equivalents
  1. Table D6.1: Goals and realisation of goals for training teachers in ICT (1998-1999) Percentage of students whose principals indicated that the school had adopted policy goals to train all teachers to use ICT and percentage reflecting whether these goals were almost completely or fully realised, by level of education
  2. Table D6.2a: Nature and location of ICT training on hardware for teachers (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools in secondary education where ICT training on hardware is available, by location of training and type of training course, expressed as a percentage of students
  3. Table D6.2b: Nature and location of ICT training on software for teachers (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools in secondary education, where ICT training on software is available, by location of training and type of training course, expressed as a percentage of students
  4. Table D6.2c : Nature and location of ICT training on the Internet and multimedia for teachers (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools in secondary education where ICT training on the Internet and multimedia are available, by location of training and type of training course, expressed as a percentage of students
  5. Table D6.2d: Nature and location of ICT training on computing theory for teachers (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools in secondary education where ICT training on computing theory is available, by location of training and type of training course, expressed as a percentage of students
  6. Table D6.3a: How primary teachers transfer ICT knowledge (1998-1999)
    Different ways that ICT knowledge is transferred among teachers in primary education, expressed as a percentage of students
  7. Table D6.3b : How secondary teachers transfer ICT knowledge (1998-1999)
    Different ways that ICT knowledge is transferred among teachers in secondary education, expressed as a percentage of students
  1. Table D7.1: Ratio of students to computers (1998-1999)
    Ratio of total number of students to total number of computers available for students, and percentage of students using computers in the school, for schools with computers, by level of education
  2. Table D7.2: Computers not in use in schools (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools where computers are available but not in use, average number of computers available but not in use in these schools and reasons for computers not being used, by level of education, expressed as a percentage of students
  3. Table D7.3: Use of the Internet in schools (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools which have access or intend to have access to the Internet for instructional purposes, by level of education, expressed as a percentage of students
  4. Table D7.4a : Availability of peripheral equipment in schools (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools possessing laser or colour printers, CD-ROM drives and CD writers, by level of education, expressed as a percentage of students
  5. Table D7.4b: Availability of devices for mentally and/or physically disabled students in schools (1998-1999) Percentage of schools possessing devices for mentally and/or physically disabled students, by level of education, expressed as a percentage of students
  6. Table D7.4c: Availability of presentation equipment in schools (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools possessing presentation equipment, by level of education, expressed as a percentage of students
  7. Table D7.5: Availability of software in schools (1998-1999)
    Percentage of schools possessing particular type of software, by level of education, expressed as a percentage of students
  1. Table E1.1: Labour force participation rates (1999)
    By level of educational attainment and gender for populations 25 to 64 and 55 to 64 years of age
  2. Table E1.2: Unemployment rates (1999)
    By level of educational attainment and gender for populations 25 to 64 and 30 to 44 years of age
  1. Table E2.1: Expected years in education and not in education for the youth population (1999)
    By gender and work status for the population 15 to 29 years of age
  1. Table E3.1: Education and work status of the youth population (1999)
    Percentage of the youth population in education and not in education, by age group and work status
  2. Table E3.1a: Education and work status of young men (1999)
    Percentage of young men in education and not in education, by age group and work status
  3. Table E3.1b: Education and work status of young women (1999)
    Percentage of young women in education and not in education, by age group and work status
  4. Table E3.2: Ratio of unemployed non-students to the total population (1999)
    By level of educational attainment, age group and gender
  1. Table E4.1: Part-time and full-time employment of the youth population (1999)
    By gender, age group and education status
  2. Table E4.2: Temporary and permanent employment of the youth population (1999)
    By gender, age group and education status
  1. Table E5.1 : Relative earnings of the population with income from employment
    Average annual earnings of women as a percentage of men by level of educational attainment for the populations 30 to 44 and 55 to 64 years of age
  2. Table E5.2 : Differences in earnings between women and men
    Average annual earnings of women as a percentage of men by level of educational attainment for the populations 30 to 44 and 55 to 64 years of age
  1. Table F1.1: Trends in mean achievement scores in the 8th grade, by subject (1995 and 1999)
  1. Table F2.1: Change in standard deviation of 8th-grade scores, by subject (1995 and 1999)
  2. Table F2.2: Distribution of 8th-grade achievement scores, by subject (1995 and 1999)
  1. Table F3.1: Inequality in the distribution of literacy and income inequality
    Distribution of prose literacy skills for the population aged 16 to 65 years of age and the Gini coefficient of income inequality
  1. Table F4.1: Differences in mean achievement scores in the 8th grade, by gender and subject (1999)

 

 

 

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