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Title: Regional labour force differences among young people in the European Union
Series Title:Statistical Office of the European Communities (Eurostat) - Working papers and studies
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Statistisches Amt | European Commission / Statistical Office (Eurostat)
Publisher: European Communities / Office for Official Publications | Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2001
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: KS-AP-01-039-EN-I
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: labor marketyouthregional policystatisticsstatistical method
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to workLabour marketData collection
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Title: PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS BRING ADDED VALUE TO THE CLASSROOM
Author (Corp. Body): European Training Foundation
Year: 2009
Language: en
Ressource: Anleitungen, Checklisten, Leitfäden, Lehrmaterial
Keyword: Information technologyvocational educationpublic private partnership
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to workVocational education and training
Countries Scheme: Northern Africa. General ResourcesMiddle East. General Resources
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Title: Key competences for lifelong learning competences
Title (other): 'learning to learn' and 'entrepreneurship' ; FINAL REPORT OF THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Defining the basic notions
1.2 Defining the term 'competence'
2. KEY COMPETENCE PROJECT
2.1 Defining 'Learning to learn' competences
2.2 Defining competences for entrepreneurship
2.3 Overall objective
2.4 Specific objective
2.5 Methodology
2.6 Tools
2.7 Analysis of the results
3. ASSESSMENT RESULTS
3.1 Secondary vocational education school results
3.2 Results for higher education
3.3 Analysis of the results of media plan
4. OVERALL POLICY ASSESSMENT
4.1 Legislation
4.2 Competences in the teaching curricula
4.3 Projects for development plans of the schools, school climate and teaching and learning strategies
5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR POLICY AND ACTION
6. GENERAL CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
REFERENCES
ANNEXES
Annex I Questionnaire for pupils
Annex II Questionnaire for teachers
Annex III Questionnaire for students (Learning to learn)
Annex IV Questionnaire for students (Entrepreneurship)
Annex V Positive attitudes of the pupils in percent %
Annex VI Positive attitudes of the teachers in percent %
Annex VII Results of the research among pupils from VET schools
Annex VIII Results of the research among teachers in VET schools
Annex IX Key to the questionnaire for pupils from VET schools
Annex X Key to the questionnaire for teachers from VET schools
Annex XI Agenda
Author (Corp. Body): European Training Foundation
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: vocational educationMacedoniaqualification for key function
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to workVocational education and trainingEmployment services. Professional qualifications. Personnel management
Countries Scheme: Republic of Macedonia
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Title: Key competences : learning to learn and entrepreneurship in Croatian elementary education
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
2. EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF KEY COMPETENCES
2.1 Background
2.2 Competence framework
3. THE LEARNING TO LEARN COMPETENCE
3.1 Framing the Learning to Learn (LTL) competence
3.2 Defining the LTL competence in elementary education for the purpose of assessment
3.2.1 Multiple perspectives
3.2.2 Type of measurement
3.2.3 Triangulation
3.2.4 Level of the education system
3.2.5. Level of the school
3.2.6 Level of the pupil
3.2.7 Level of the teacher
4. THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCE
4.1 Framing the Entrepreneurship competence
4.2 Defining the Entrepreneurship competence in elementary education for the purpose of assessment
5. AN OUTLINE OF THE CROATIAN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SYSTEM
5.1 General information
5.2 The curriculum
5.3 The assessment of pupils
5.4 Existing research and policies relating to key competences in the Croatian education context
5.5 An overview of the teacher training system for Croatian elementary school teachers
5.5.1 Pre-service teacher training
5.5.2 In-service teacher training
5.5.3 An appraisal of elementary school teachers' professional competences
6. AN ANALYSIS OF THE CROATIAN TEACHING PLAN AND PROGRAMME FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (TPPE) WITH REGARD TO LEARNING TO LEARN AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
6.1 The status of the LTL competence in the TPPE
6.1.1 Introduction
6.1.2 Implementation of the LTL competence in the Croatian language curriculum
6.1.3 Implementation of the LTL competence in the maths curriculum
6.1.4 Implementation of the LTL competence in the foreign language curriculum
6.1.5 Conclusion
6.2 The status of the Entrepreneurship competence in the TPPE
6.2.1 Introduction
6.2.2 Implementation of the Entrepreneurship competence in the nature and society curriculum
6.2.3 Implementation of the Entrepreneurship competence in the technical culture curriculum
6.2.4 Implementation of the Entrepreneurship competence in the geography curric
Author: Jokic, Boris
Contributer: European Training Foundation
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: vocational educationCroatiaqualification for key function
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to work
Countries Scheme: Croatia
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Title: Key competences for lifelong learning : development of key competences in the Montenegrin education system
Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION
2. KEY COMPETENCES FOR LIFELONG LEARNING
2.1 'Learning to learn' and 'Entrepreneurship' competences - definition
2.2 Project activities, objectives and expected results
2.3 Materials and approaches used for the assessment
2.4 Methodology
3. EMPIRICAL-QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH - RESULTS OF ASSESSMENT
3.1 Elementary education
3.1.1 'Learning to learn' competence - students, grade IV
3.1.2 'Learning to learn' competence - students, grade VIII
3.1.3 'Learning to learn' competence - teachers
3.1.4 Entrepreneurship competence - students
3.1.5 Entrepreneurship competence - teachers
3.2 Secondary vocational education
3.2.1 Social environment
3.2.2 Teaching process - challenges, assessment of students' achievements, teaching activities and teaching methods
3.2.3 School environment
3.2.4 The 'Learning to learn' and 'Entrepreneurship' competences: achievements of students - opinions of teachers
4. COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT AT THE EDUCATION POLICY LEVEL
4.1 Presence of the key competences - 'Entrepreneurship' and 'Learning to learn' in Montenegrin laws and the strategic documents
4.2 Analysis of the curriculum
4.2.1 Curricula for primary school
4.2.2 Secondary vocational education curricula
4.3 Methods of teachers' work
4.4 Role of school inspection
4.5 Current status of the education system reform in Montenegro
4.6 Autonomy of schools and teachers
4.7 Supervision
4.8 Management and Leadership
4.9 Opinion of the education policymakers on the key competencies
4.10 Teacher training
5. RECOMMENDATIONS
ANNEXES
Annex 1 - KEY COMPETENCES DEFINITION
Annex 2 - DETERMINATION OF SAMPLE
Annex 3 - ACCOMPLISHED SAMPLE
Annex 4 - ACCOMPLISHED SAMPLE
Annex 5 - ACCOMPLISHED SAMPLE
Author (Corp. Body): European Training Foundation
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Vocational EducationMontenegroqualification for key function
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to workVocational education and training
Countries Scheme: Yugoslavia (Serbia, Montenegro)
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Title: Study of the Impact of Comenius Assistantships : Full Report
Author: Maiworm, Friedhelm ; 112021085 | Kastner, Heiko ; 124385567 | Wenzel, Hartmut ; 128468939
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2010
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Europelife-long learningschoolschool system
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to work
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Working with young people: the value of youth work in the European Union : Case Studies
Title (other): Working with young people: the value of youth work in the European Union : Country Report
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Contributer: GHK (London)
Year: 2014
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: educational programyouth workyouth welfareproject
Subject: Schooling. Transition from school to work
Countries Scheme: Germany. General ResourcesAustria. General ResourcesDenmarkFinlandSwedenEstoniaLatvia
LithuaniaPolandSlovak RepublicCzech RepublicHungaryBulgariaRomaniaSloveniaGreeceItaly
MaltaPortugalSpainCyprusBelgiumFlandersFranceUnited KingdomIrelandLuxembourgNetherlands
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Title: Gender inequalities in the school-to-work transition in Europe
Abstract
The transition from school to work is a crucial phase in the lives of young people that has lasting effects on their entire life courses. In recent years, labour market uncertainty and comparatively high unemployment rates have been major challenges for young people leaving the educational system. Another recent trend has been the increase in women’s educational attainment, with recent female labour market entrants being at parity or even exceeding those of their male counterparts in Europe. Our findings reveal that there is substantial variation in the speed of entering a first job across countries. In Southern and Eastern European countries, the speed of transition is substantially slower. Men and women have a similar speed of transition to their first job in the first few months after leaving education, but later on women appear to be disadvantaged. We find that higher education and workplace-based vocational training also increase the speed of transition, however men benefit more strongly than women from these factors. A stricter employment protection legislation results in a slower transition to the first job. This short statistical report is part of a series of reports on gender equality in the work force and reconciliation of work, family and private life. These reports have been commissioned by the Justice Directorate General of the European Commission. The study was jointly undertaken by RAND Europe and the University of Groningen. These reports should be of interest to policy makers and academics with an interest in improving gender equality in the work force and improving the compatibility of having a career in combination with a family and private life. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
Table of Contents
Figures and boxes
Tables
Summary
Abbreviations
1. Introduction
2. Defining the transition from school to work
3. Gender differentiation and early labour market integration
4. National institutional factors influencing early labour market integration
4.1. The impact of educational systems on transition to first job
4.2. Youth unemployment across Europe 2004–2009 and the economic recession
4.3. The impact of employment protection legislation on transition to first job
4.4. Cross-national differences in the transition to first job
5. Individual-level factors influencing early labour market integration
5.1. Gender differences in the level of education
5.2. Gender differences in educational field of study
5.3. Gender differences in vocational educational orientation
5.4. Impact of combining employment with formal education
5.5. Gender differences in the impact of parenthood
5.6. Differences by occupational groups
5.7. Differences by type of contract
6. Conclusions
6.1. Summary of main findings
6.2. Limitations and future research
6.3. Policy recommendations
References
Appendix A. Detailed information regarding the analysis
A.1. Description of variables used in the analysis
A.2. Statistical techniques used in the analysis
Appendix B. Additional analyses
Author: Mills, Melinda ; 143567098 | Präg, Patrick ; 1075290503
Series Title: Rand Europe - Short Statistical Report ; 4
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | Rand Europe, Cambridge
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-36171-5 | DS-02-14-192-EN-N | RR-363-EC | Contract ref. no. JUST/2011/GEND/PR/1081/A4
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: unemploymentoccupationoccupational beginnervocational educationemploymentequal opportunityEUgender-specific factors
affirmative actionadolescentschool level of educationschool
Subject: European Community law in generalEqual opportunitiesSchooling. Transition from school to work
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Gender equality in the workforce : Reconciling work, private and family life in Europe ; Final Report
Abstract
This report summarises and synthesises the findings of a research project entitled ‘Reconciling work, private and family life: production of statistical reports’, which consisted of six related Short Statistical Reports (SSRs). The SSRs examined the topics of the Barcelona childcare targets (SSR1); labour force participation rates of men, women and parents (SSR2); balancing work and family for single parents (SSR3); gender inequalities in the transition from school to work (SSR4); share of earnings and domestic work within couples (SSR5); and access to family-friendly working schedules (SSR6). This research was commissioned by the European Commission Directorate General for Justice and Fundamental Rights. It was undertaken by RAND Europe and researchers at the Department of Sociology at the University of Groningen. RAND Europe is an independent not-for-profit policy research organisation that aims to improve policy and decision-making in the public interest, through research and analysis. RAND Europe’s clients include European governments, institutions, NGOs and firms with a need for rigorous, independent, multidisciplinary analysis. The research group led by Professor Melinda Mills at the Department of Sociology, University of Groningen has a strong record of high quality scientific research in the area of cross-national comparative research, gender equality, work-family reconciliation and advanced statistical analysis with large-scale data. This report has been peer-reviewed in accordance with RAND’s quality assurance standards. [Author vide copyright]
Table of Contents
Preface
Abstract
Table of Contents
Figures
Tables
Summary
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
1. Introduction
1.1. Background: Gender equality and work-life reconciliation
1.2. Structure of this report
2. Gender inequalities in the early career
2.1. Substantial gender differences in the transition to first job across Member States
3. Combining parenthood and employment
3.1. Mothers are underrepresented in the workforce
3.2. Women and particularly mothers have more part-time jobs
3.3. Women’s work is more interrupted by parenthood than men’s
3.4. Single mothers more likely to be unemployed or in low-skilled jobs
4. Earnings contributions and sharing domestic work within couples
4.1. Persistent majority of male sole- or main-earners households
4.2. Recent decrease in the proportion of men as the sole income provider
4.3. Women do majority of domestic work regardless of earning contributions
5. Policy levers: missed targets and mismatched needs
5.1. Access to childcare
5.2. Flexible working hours
6. Conclusion and discussion
Reference
Author: Mills, Melinda | Tsang, Flavia | Präg, Patrick
Series Title:Rand Europe - Research report
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz | Rand Europe, Cambridge
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen, Luxemburg
Year: 2014
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-79-36171-5 | DS-02-14-192-EN-N | RR-462-EC | Contract ref. no. JUST/2011/GEND/PR/1081/A4
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: single parentflexibility of working hourstrainingevaluationmarried coupleparenthoodEUfamily policy
womansalaryequality of rightsaffirmative actioncareerchild caremother
Subject: European Community law in generalEqual opportunitiesQuality of education and its developmentSchooling. Transition from school to workNursery schools. Primary schools. Secondary schoolsHours of workWages. Severance payFamily environment
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Erasmus+ Programme Annual Report 2014
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Bildung und Kultur
Year: 2016
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: education
Subject: Educational policy. Training policySchooling. Transition from school to work
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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