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Paper presented by Josu Sierra in the PISA 2006 conference, Trento (Italy) 2008.

Paper presented by Josu Sierra in the PISA 2006 conference, Trento (Italy) 2008.

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  • 1. PAPER PRESENTED BY JOSU SIERRA IN TRENTO (ITALY), APRIL 2008 PISA 2006 CONFERENCE HOSTED BY OECD AND TRENTINO PROVINCE
  • 2. Josu Sierra Director of the ISEI-IVEI
  • 3. The Basque Education System Overview
  • 4. Basque Ministry of Education: http://www.hezkuntza.ejgv.euskadi.net/r43-2722/en Basque Institute for Reasearch and Evaluation in Education: http://www.isei-ivei.net
  • 5. Basque Country Politically divided into three different Administrations (Two in Spain, one in France): •Autonomous Community of the Basque Country •Navarre •French Basque Country
  • 6. The Autonomous Community of the Basque Country Euskadi-Basque Country 7.234 Km2 Surface Inhabitants 2.124.846 hab. 293,7 inhabit/km2 Density Official Languages Basque and Spanish Capital Vitoria-Gasteiz
  • 7. THE BASQUE LANGUAGE • Two families of languages, the Uralic and the Indo- European, are to be found in Europe, but Basque is not genetically linked to either, lacking ties to family or origin. • It is likely that an early form of the Basque language was present in Western Europe before the arrival of the Indo-European languages to the area, including what became the Germanic languages, Celtic languages, and Western Romance languages. • Today, Basque is a lesser-used language in the Basque territories.
  • 8. The Basque Language • But the Basque Education System can be a powerful tool to spread the Linguistic Models in Education knowledge of the language. 9,4 Spanish • The Basque language in Basque Middle the Education System 30,1 Immersion 60,5 today (Infant Education): Basque Immersion more than the 90% of the students (Infant Education) enrolled in Basque Immersion Programmes
  • 9. Education: Main features • Full responsibility in Education. • 330.000 students (2005) (except university levels) • Multilingual: – Official languages: Basque and Spanish (mainly Basque immersion) – Main foreign language: English (starting at the age of 4) – Three Linguistic Models to choose. • Preschool: %100 of the students at school at the age of 3, 90% at 2. • 45% of the curriculum decided in the Basque Country • Compulsory Education: 6 to 16 years old.
  • 10. •The Basque education System guarantees the provision of compulsory education free of charge from ages 6 to 16. High School •Education is structured on four levels: Secondary Compulsory •Infant (0-5) c Education (13-16) •Primary (up to age 12), o •Secondary (up to 16) and m •Further Education/ Vocational Training, p extending subsequently to university, u polytechnic and higher vocational training l college studies. s •In December 2002 a decree was passed o regulating early-learning canters for Primary Education (6-12) r children up to the age of 3. y •There are four universities in the Basque Country, with a total of 28 faculties or colleges, 3 higher technical colleges and 11 university colleges. •The publicly-run University of the Basque Country (EHU-UPV) provides higher education Infant Education (0-5) in a range of areas, including Medicine, Science, Fine Arts, Journalism, Economics and Industrial Engineering.
  • 11. THE BASQUE INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH AND EVALUATION IN EDUCATION •Established in 2001 www.isei-ivei.net •Mission: •Assess and evaluate the whole Education System •Carry out Educational Research •Manage the Educational Documentation centre.
  • 12. PISA 2006 RESULTS THE BASQUE COUNTRY IS ON THE OECD MEAN IN SCIENCE, MATHS AND READING
  • 13. THE PISA PICTURE 2003-2006 • PISA shows a similar picture of the Basque Education in 2003 and 2006: – OECD-average achievement in the 3 Key Competences. – Equity, very similar results for all students. – Less low scores than in the OECD but less excellence.
  • 14. THE SAMPLE: TO OBTAIN RESULTS BY LINGUISTIC MODELS AND PUBLIC/PRIVATE LINGUISTIC MODELS STUDENTS 2006 TOTAL A B D PUBLIC 226 215 1141 1582 PRIVATE P.F.* 849 636 862 2347 TOTAL 1075 851 2003 3929 *WITH PUBLIC FUNDS
  • 15. STRATA
  • 16. PUNTUACIÓN 100 200 300 400 500 600 0 Finlandia Hong Kong-China Canadá China-Taipei Estonia Nueva Zelanda Japón Australia Holanda Liechtenstein Corea Eslovenia Alemania Reino Unido República Checa Suiza Macao-China Austria Bélgica Irlanda Hungría Suecia Media de la OCDE 500 Polonia Dinamarca Francia Euskadi 495 Croacia Islandia Letonia Estados Unidos Lituania España 488 República Eslovaca Noruega Luxemburgo Federación Rusa Italia Portugal Grecia Israel Chile Serbia Bulgaria Uruguay Turquía Jordaniaia Tailandia SCIENCE: 495, BETTER THAN IN 2003 Rumania Montenegro Mexico Indonesia Argentina Brasil Colombia Túnez Azerbaiyan Qatar Kirgizistán
  • 17. OCDE 500 Poland 498 Denmark 496 France 495 COUNTRIES BASQUE 495 AT THE Croatia 493 SAME LAVEL Iceland 491 THAN Latvia 489 BASQUE IN USA 489 Lituania 489 SCIENCE SPAIN 488 Slovak Rep. 488 Norway 486
  • 18. SCIENCE LEVELS: LESS “LOW SCORES” THAN OECD BUT LESS EXCELLENCE TOO
  • 19. WE HAVE IMPROVED RESULTS IN 2006 COMPARING WITH 2003
  • 20. THE PICTURE OF THE BASQUE EDUCATION SYSTEM PISA 2006
  • 21. ESCS AND SCIENCE: SLIGHTLY LOWER THAN EXPECTED
  • 22. MORE EFFICIENT SCHOOLS WITH LOW ESCS STUDENTS THAN OECD SCIENCE AND ESCS OF SCHOOLS WORSE THAN OECD IN HIGH LEVELS OF 600 ESCS BASQUE gradient A Pública 500 B Pública D Pública SCORE A Concertada B Concertada D Concertada 400 OCDE Centro EUSKADI centro BETTER THAN OECD IN THE Lineal (OCDE Centro) LOW LEVELS OF OECD Lineal (EUSKADI centro) ESCS gradient 300 -2 -1,5 -1 -0,5 0 0,5 1 1,5 ESCS OF SCHOOLS
  • 23. EQUITY • Gerard F.M. (2001):”Le concept d’équité est lie a la justice sociale: un système éducatif est d’autant plus équitable qu’il réduit les disparités entre les plus forts et les plus faibles, entre les groupes favorises et défavorises.” • « The concept of Equity is linked with the social justice: an education system is more equitable if it reduces disparities between the strongest and the wekest, between advantaged and disadvantaged groups. »
  • 24. ABSOLUTE EQUITY: % OF STUDENTS AT >1 AND 1 LEVELS (15,7%), BETTER THAN THE OECD AVERAGE
  • 25. DIFFERENCE quot;BEST AND WORSE SCORES“ PISA 2006 SOURCE: IE EQUITY: UK 348 USA 344 ARGENTINA 337 LOW FRANCE 333 JAPAN 328 DIFFERENCE GERMANY 328 NORWAY 313 NEHERLANDS 313 BETWEEN ITALY 312 OECD 311 THE BEST URUGUAY 310 SWEDEN 308 AND THE GREECE 303 CHILE 300 KOREA 296 WORSE SPAIN 295 RUSSIA 295 SCORES POLAND 293 PORTUGAL 288 FINLAND 281 (PERC. 5 COLOMBIA 280 BASQUE 273 AND 95) MEXICO 263 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400
  • 26. EQUITY: PUBLIC-PRIVATE SCHOOLS’ ESCS: THE LOWEST DIFFERENCE AMONG SPANISH COMMUNITIES ESCS PUBLIC-PRIVATE SCHOOLS 0,4 0,257 0,229 0,223 0,211 0,207 0,178 0,158 0,2 0,122 0,105 0,095 0 -0,2 -0,211 -0,247 1 Público -0,315 -0,4 -0,361 -0,364 -0,367 2 Privado -0,4 -0,415 -0,465 -0,6 -0,568 -0,57 -0,8 -0,778 -1 Andalucía Galicia España Castilla y Cantabria Asturias Cataluña Navarra Aragón La Rioja País Vasco León
  • 27. MATHEMATICS AN READING RESULTS 2006
  • 28. MATHEMATICS RESULTS 2006 MATHEMATICS: Czec Rep. 510 Iceland 506 Austria 505 Slovenia 504 Germany 504 Sweden 502 Ireland 501 BASQUE 501 OECD 498 France 496 UK 495 Poland 495 THE SAME RESULT IN 2003
  • 29. EVOLUTION 2003-2006: SAME RESULT
  • 30. READING RESULTS 2006 READING: Japan 498 China Taipei 496 UK 495 Germany 495 Denmark 494 Slovenia 494 Macao China 492 OECD 492 Austria 490 France 488 BASQUE 487 Iceland 484 Czec Rep. 483 Norway 484 Hungary 482 Latvia 479 Luxemburg 479
  • 31. EVOLUTION 2003-2006: LOWER SCORE IN 2006
  • 32. PISA 2006 SCIENCE RESULTS AND REGIONS, COMMUNITIES AND TERRITORIES ISEI-IVEI BASQUE COUNTRY
  • 33. ESCS LEVELS ESCS “SUBNATIONAL” PISA 2006 0,4 0,26 0,3 0,21 0,17 0,17 0,2 0,09 0,08 0,1 0 0 ESCS -0,04 -0,04 -0,1 -0,08 -0,12 -0,12 -0,13 -0,14 -0,14 -0,15 -0,15 -0,16 -0,17 -0,2 -0,18 -0,21 -0,3 -0,26 -0,32 -0,34 -0,4 -0,5 -0,6 -0,64 -0,7 SUBNAT
  • 34. VARIANCE EXPLAINED BY ESCS: SMALL INFLUENCE OF THIS VARIABLE PERCENTAGE OF THE BETWEEN SCHOOLS VARIANCE EXPLAINED BY ESCS-SCIENCE 45,0 38,6 40,0 35,0 31,2 28,3 28,7 29,3 30,0 25,4 26,5 24,2 24,8 23,0 25,0 18,9 19,3 20,0 17,8 15,0 10,7 10,8 11,7 9,0 10,0 6,4 5,7 5,1 4,6 4,5 3,9 5,0 2,3 1,3 0,0
  • 35. SCIENCE RESULT AND ESCS: SLIGHTLY LOWER THAN EXPECTED SCIENCE AND ESCS 560 Friuli VG 540 Flemish C. Bolzano Veneto 520 Scotland 500 Basque Liguria SCORE Andalusia 480 460 Campania 440 Sicilia 420 400 -0,7 -0,6 -0,5 -0,4 -0,3 -0,2 -0,1 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 ESCS
  • 36. MATHEMATICS RESULT AND ESCS: SLIGHTLY BETTER THAN EXPECTED MATH AND ESCS 600 Flemish C. 550 La Rioja C.-León Trento Véneto Galicia Scotland 500 Basque Andalusia Liguria SCORE 450 Sicilia 400 350 300 -0,7 -0,6 -0,5 -0,4 -0,3 -0,2 -0,1 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 ESCS
  • 37. READING SCORE AND ESCS: EXPECTED RESULT READING AND ESCS 550 Friuli VG Flemish C. Veneto Trento Bolzano 500 Scotland Basque Galicia Liguria Andalusia 450 SCORE Sicilia 400 350 300 -0,7 -0,6 -0,5 -0,4 -0,3 -0,2 -0,1 0 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 ESCS
  • 38. CHANGES THAT WE ARE IMPLEMENTING NOW • New Curriculum Decree, introducing Basic Competences. • Our amount of hours in science is the lowest comparing with the Spanish Communities: we will increase teaching hours in Science.
  • 39. DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT • We will start in 2009 with census external assessments (all students every year) • The aim is to know the acquisition of the Basic Competences in Primary 4th and L. Secondary 2nd, 2 years before the end of the Primary and Secondary, to solve problems and improve results. • The 8 Competences: Competences in Science and Technology, Learning to learn, Mathematical Competence, Linguistic Communication, Information and Communication Technologies, Social and civic Competences, Personal autonomy and entrepreneurship.
  • 40. A COMBINATION OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ASSESSMENTS • We will provide, the next year, tests for schools for internal voluntary assessment. • At the same time we will apply external tests to provide reliable and comparable measures to the school, professors and parents. • It is a very challenging project for the ISEI-IVEI: 35.000 students every year with short periods for data analysis an reporting.
  • 41. EUROPE 2010 INDICATORS AND THE BASQUE COUNTRY THE LISBON OBJECTIVES
  • 42. PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS FINISHING POST-COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION 2005 BASQUE COUNTRY: 80.4 EU: 77.3
  • 43. PARTICIPATION IN LIFELONG LEARNING 2005 BASQUE COUNTRY: 15.1 EU: 10.8
  • 44. EARLY SCHOOL LEAVERS RATE 2005 BASQUE COUNTRY: 13.9 EU: 14.9
  • 45. MATEMATICS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY GRADUATES 2005 BASQUE COUNTRY: 25.3 EU: 12.3
  • 46. THANK YOU www.isei-ivei.net

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