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Where teachers come fom the upper and lower part of the college skill distribution ...

„Teachers come from the upper part of the college skill distribution in some countries (e.g., Finland, Singapore, Ireland, and Chile) and from the lower part in others (e.g., Austria, Denmark, the Slovak Republic, and Poland).“

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Eric Hanushek u. a., „The Value of Smarter Teachers: International Evidence on Teacher Cognitive Skills and Student Performance“ (2018), S. 11

 

Participation in apprenticeships ...

„In the EU an average of 3.7 per cent of young people (aged 15–29) take part in apprenticeships. Participation is highest in Austria, Denmark and Germany; in France, Italy, Poland and Portugal the proportion is between 1.5 and 5 per cent; and in other EU countries it is below 1.5 per cent.“

ILO (Hrsg.), „Rising to the Youth Employment Challenge“ (2017), S. 128

 

Reception classes in public schools for recently-arrived children of migrants ...

„Poland introduced in 2016 the possibility for municipalities to organise specific reception classes in public schools for recently-arrived children of migrants and Polish emigrants with Polish language needs. Reception classes last one or – in exceptional cases – two years.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „International Migration Outlook 2017“ (2017), S. 84

 

Support staff ratio ...

„There was one pedagogical support staff for 263 students in Austria. This was, however, still much less than in various other countries like Denmark, Hungary, Norway and Poland. In Norway, the country with the lowest ratio, there was one pedagogical support worker for 78 students.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Reviews of School Resources – Austria“ (2016), S. 176

 

In countries such as Poland and Hungary more than four-fifths of pupils are in schools where all pupils speak the language of assessment at home ...

„In countries such as Poland and Hungary more than four-fifths of pupils are in schools where all pupils speak the language of assessment at home.“

EU-Kommission (Hrsg.), „Language teaching and learning in multilingual classrooms“ (2015), S. 22

 

Poland had one of the greatest increases in expenditure per student among OECD countries during 2005-11 ...

„Poland had one of the greatest increases in expenditure per student among OECD countries during 2005-11 at primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary levels of education.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Education Policy Outlook 2015 – Making Reforms Happen“ (2015), S. 278

 

In Austria, there is one teaching support professional for every 24 teachers, compared to an average of 1/14 and even 1/7 in countries like Poland ...

„In Austria, there is one teaching support professional for every 24 teachers, compared to an average of 1/14 and even 1/7 in countries like Australia, Hungary, Poland and the Nordic countries. In Austria the typical school thus has only one support professional, compared with six in Denmark or Norway, for example.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „Mental Health and Work: Austria“ (2015), S. 124

 

Bildungsabschlüsse ohne Aussagekraft ...

„In some OECD countries, including Canada, France, Italy, Ireland, Poland, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States, large proportions of young adults who have upper secondary qualifications also perform (Anm.: bei PIAAC) below Level 2 in numeracy.“

OECD (Hrsg.), „OECD Skills Outlook 2015“ (2015), S. 38

Italiens, Irlands, Spaniens und Englands unter 30-jährige AkademikerInnen haben, wie die OECD bestätigt, eine geringere Mathematikkompetenz als Österreichs unter 30-Jährige, deren höchster Bildungsabschluss die Sekundarstufe II ist (ibidem, S. 35)

 

Migrants’ skills ...

„Differences are particularly sharp in Canada where 58 % of foreign-born have higher education versus only 11 % with low education, in Estonia (44 versus 8 %), the United Kingdom (48 % versus 19 %) and Poland (46 % versus 13 %).“

Sara Bonfanti u. a., „Migrants’ skills: Use, mismatch and labour market outcomes“ in OECD (Hrsg.), „Matching Economic Migration with Labour Market Needs“ (2014), S. 254

 

Polen: 27 % of 10-year-olds and 28 % 8-year-olds took extra classes ...

„27 % of 10-year-olds and 28 % 8-year-olds took extra classes (other than lessons at school) every day or nearly every day.“

Dr. Dorota Strózik u. a., „Children’s Worlds National Report Poland“ (2014), S. 21