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Education at a Glance 2002 - Tables

 

  • Table A1.1 . Upper secondary graduation rates (2000)
  • Table A1.2 . Population that has attained at least upper secondary education (2001
  • Table A1.3 . Post-secondary non-tertiary graduation rates (2000)
  • Table A3.1a . Educational attainment of the adult population (2001)
  • Table A3.1b . Educational attainment of the labour force (2001)
  • Table A3.1c . Educational attainment of the population, by gender (2001)
  • Table A4.1 . Tertiary graduates, by field of study and level of education (2000)
  • Table A4.2 . Percentage of tertiary qualifications awarded to women, by type of tertiary education and by subject category (2000)
  • Table A5.1 . Reading proficiency of 15 hyphen year-olds (2000)
  • Table A5.2. Variation in performance in reading literacy of 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table A6.1 . Variation in performance in mathematical literacy of 15-year-olds (2000
  • Table A6.2 . Variation in performance in scientific literacy of 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table A7.1 . Sources of variation in performance in reading literacy of 15-year-old students (2000)
  • Table A8.1 . Civic attitudes and civic engagement of 14-year-olds (1999)
  • Table A9.1 . Student performance and socio-economic status (2000)
  • Table A10.1 . Performance in reading literacy and country of birth of 15-year-olds and their parents (2000)
  • Table A10.2 . Performance in reading literacy and language spoken at home of 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table A12.1 . Expected years in education and not in education for 15 to 29-year-olds, by gender and work status (2001)
  • Table A13.1 . Relative earnings of the population with income from employment
  • Table A13.2 . Differences in earnings between women and men
  • Table A13.3 . Private internal rates of return to education (1999-2000)
  • Table A13.4 . Social rates of return to education (1999-2000)
  • Table A14.1 . Decomposition of changes in annual average growth rates of GDP per capita (1980-1997)
  • Table B1.1 . Expenditure on educational institutions per student (1999)
  • Table B1.2 . Expenditure on educational institutions per student relative to GDP per capita (1999)
  • Table B1.3 . Cumulative expenditure on educational institutions per student over the average duration of tertiary studies (1999)
  • Table B2.1a . Expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP (1995, 1999)
  • Table B2.1b . Expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP (1995, 1999)
  • Table B2.1c . Expenditure on educational institutions as a percentage of GDP (1999
  • Table B2.2 . Change of expenditure on educational institutions (1995, 1999)
  • Table B3.1 . Total public expenditure on education (1995, 1999)
  • Table B4.1 . Relative proportions of public and private expenditure on educational institutions for all levels of education (1995, 1999)
  • Table B4.2 . Relative proportions of public and private expenditure on educational institutions (1995, 1999)
  • Table B4.3 . Distribution of total public expenditure on education (1999)
  • Table B5.1 . Public subsidies to the private sector as a percentage of total public expenditure on education and GDP for primary, secondary and post-secondary non hyphen tertiary education (1999)
  • Table B5.2 . Public subsidies to the private sector as a percentage of total public expenditure on education and GDP for tertiary education (1999)
  • Table B6.1 . Expenditure on instruction, research and development (R&D) and ancillary services in educational institutions as a percentage of GDP, and private expenditure on educational goods purchased outside educational institutions as a percentage of GDP (1999)
  • Table B6.2 . Expenditure per student on instruction, ancillary services and research and development (R&D) (1999)
  • Table B6.3 . Expenditure on educational institutions by resource category (1999)

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  • Table B7.1a . Initial sources of public educational funds and final purchasers of educational resources, by level of government for primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary education (1999)
  • Table B7.1b . Initial sources of public educational funds and final purchasers of educational resources, by level of government for tertiary education (1999)
  • Table C2.1 . Entry rates to tertiary education and age distribution of new entrants (2000)
  • Table C2.2 . Expected years in tertiary education and changes in total tertiary enrolment (2000)
  • Table C2.3 . Students enrolled in public and private institutions and full-time and part-time programmes in tertiary education (2000)
  • Table C2.4 . Students enrolled in public and private institutions and full-time and part-time programmes in primary and secondary education (2000)
  • Table C2.5 . Upper secondary enrolment patterns (2000)
  • Table C3.1 . Exchange of students in tertiary education (2000)
  • Table C3.2 . Proportion of foreign students in tertiary education in the country of study (2000)
  • Table C3.3 . Proportion of citizens in tertiary education studying abroad (2000)
  • Table C4.1 . Participation rate in continuing education and training during one year for 25 to 64-year-olds, by level of education, type of training and gender
  • Table C5.1 . Percentage of the youth population in education and not in education, by age group and work status (2001)
  • Table C5.1a . Percentage of young men in education and not in education, by age group and work status (2001)
  • Table C5.1b . Percentage of young women in education and not in education, by age group and work status (2001)
  • Table C5.2 .Percentage of unemployed non-students in the total population, by level of educational attainment, age group and gender (2001)
  • Table C6.1 . Percentage of 20 to 24-year hyphen olds not in education, by level of educational attainment, gender and work status (2001)
  • Table D1.1 . Intended instruction time in public institutions (2000)
  • Table D1.2a . Intended instruction time for 9 to 11-year hyphen olds in public institutions, by subject (2000)
  • Table D1.2b . Intended instruction time for 12 to 14-year-olds in public institutions, by subject (2000)
  • Table D1.3 . Additional instruction time and learning time of 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table D2.1 . Average class size, by type of institution and level of education (2000
  • Table D2.2 . Ratio of students to teaching staff in public and private institutions by level of education, calculations based on full-time equivalents (2000)
  • Table D3.1 . Ratio of students to computers (2000)
  • Table D3.2 . Availability of computers and computer networks in schools in which 15-year-olds are enrolled (2000)
  • Table D3.3 . The extent to which learning is hindered by a lack of computers for instruction or lack of multi-media resources for instruction in schools in which 15-year-olds are enrolled (2000)
  • Table D3.4 . Availability of computers to use at home and at school for 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table D3.5 . Frequency of use of computers at home and at school by 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table D3.6 . 15-year-olds who use computers to help them learn school material (2000)
  • Table D4.1 . Perceived comfort with and ability to use computers of 15-year-olds, by gender (2000)
  • Table D4.2 . 15-year-olds students' interest in using computers, by gender (2000)
  • Table D5.1 . Classroom climate for 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table D5.2 . Homework policy and pressure on 15-year-olds to achieve (2000)
  • Table D5.3 . Quality and use of school resources for 15-year-olds (2000)
  • Table D5.4 . Broader engagement of 15-year-olds with school (2000)
  • Table D7.1 . The organisation of teachers' working time (2000)
  • Table D7.2 . Number of teaching hours per year (1996, 2000)

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