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Abandonul şcolar în România este în creştere. Pricopie: din toamnă şcolile să raporteze pe internet absenţele

Abandonul şcolar este în creştere în ultimii ani, în România, şi afectează în special patru categorii de copii: cei de etnie romă, cei care au crescut în familii sărace, cei din mediul rural şi cei cu dizabilităţi.

Apr 11, 2014
High School Dropout Statistics

 

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Source: Education Week, Children Trends Database
Research Date: 1.1.2014
Apr 11, 2014
Bilantul sumbru al educatiei in 2013 (II)

Stefan Vlaston,

Abandonul scolar si somajul in randul tinerilor reprezinta dovada indubitabila a esecului scolii romanesti de a face fata noilor provocari generate de globalizare si crizele structurale ale lumii contemporane.

Apr 11, 2014

SPAIN has recorded the highest number of school drop-outs in the European Union for the third year in a row.

Nearly a quarter of young Spaniards (23.5%) grow tired of the education system and quit before reaching the compulsory age, according to Eurostat. 

May 19, 2014

Drop-out and Completion in Higher Education in Europe among students from under-represented groups

Professor Jocey Quinn (Plymouth University) on behalf of the NESET network of experts October 2013

Poor students particularly at risk of dropping out from university

Too many EU students from under-represented groups leave higher education before completing their degrees, according to a Commission report published 17 October 2013. Students coming from poor socio-economic backgrounds are by far the most likely to drop out of higher education.

Male students are more at risk of drop-out than female. Students with dependents, women in particular, struggle to balance caring responsibilities with their studies. The same goes for part-time students, who are at greater risk as a result of caring responsibilities or working long hours in a job unrelated to their studies. Also at risk are minority ethnic students, who may face obstacles of racism or poverty, and students with disabilities who often drop out due to physical problems of access and discrimination.

 

May 19, 2014

31 March 2014

 

UK has least number of further and higher education ‘dropouts’ among EU countries

 

UK students are less likely to give up their studies than European peers

An analysis of survey data by the University of Southampton has shown that of 14 European countries, the UK has the least number of students dropping out of tertiary education – for example, from universities, colleges and technical training institutions.

May 19, 2014

LifeLong Learning Programme

  This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication refects the views only of the author, and the
  Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 

  Project number: 2013-1-RO1-LEO05-28787

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