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Expert seminar on “Migrant education indicators”

Budapest, 17-18 September 2012

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EDU indicators

  1. 1. Analysis of Europeancore indicators on education Dirk JACOBS Université Libre de Bruxelles Susana BATISTA Universidade Nova de LisboaExpert seminar on “Migrant education indicators” Budapest, 17-18 September 2012
  2. 2. In the EU Integration Indicators EUROSTAT PILOT study the followingindicators were withheld with regard to education:-Share of low-achieving 15-year-olds in reading, mathematics and science(Source: OECD PISA)-Highest educational attainment (Source: EU Labour Force Survey)-Share of 30–34-year-olds with tertiary educational attainment (Source: EULabour Force Survey)-Share of early leavers from education and training (Source: EU LabourForce Survey)Caveat: PISA nor LFS designed to study migrant educational integration
  3. 3. Proportion all pupils in PISA-samples of EU-countries not reaching theminimal level two for reading (PISA 2009)
  4. 4. Proportion all pupils in PISA-samples not reaching the minimal level two for reading andproportion of GDP spent on education in 2009
  5. 5. Proportion all pupils in PISA-samples not reaching the minimal level two for reading andthe Hutchens index for social segregation (calculated on PISA 2009 data) S   pi  pi ri  H = ∑   − ×  i =1  P  P R
  6. 6. Proportion of foreign born not reaching the minimal level two for reading PISA 2009
  7. 7. Proportion of foreign born not reaching the minimal level two for reading (PISA 2009) andthe average socio-economic position of the foreign born
  8. 8. Foreign born low achieving 15 year olds in reading gap (in percentage points,reference group: corresponding total population)
  9. 9. Foreign born low achieving 15 year olds in reading gap in percentage points, referencegroup: corresponding total population (blue) and native population (green)
  10. 10. Gap between % low achieving foreign students and national students in reading (PISA, 2009)and MIPEX III score for education:
  11. 11. Gap between % low achieving foreign students and overall population in reading(PISA, 2009) and average socio-economic position of population (ESCS-index PISA)
  12. 12. Gap in socio-economic position between foreign born and natives and gapbetween foreign born low achievers and general population for reading
  13. 13. Share of the overall population holding a tertiary degree and theshare of the EU foreign born population holding a tertiary degree(LFS, 2009)
  14. 14. Share of the overall population holding a tertiary degree and the share of the non-EU foreign born population holding a tertiary degree (LFS, 2009)
  15. 15. Share of the overall population holding a tertiary degree (LFS, 2009) and theHutchens index of social segregation in secondary education (PISA, 2009)
  16. 16. Share of the overall population holding a tertiary degree (LFS, 2009) and publicexpenditure on education in percentage points of the GDP (2009)
  17. 17. Share of the 30-34 years old in the overall population holding atertiary degree and the share of the EU-27 foreign born 30-34 year oldpopulation holding a tertiary degree (LFS, 2009)
  18. 18. Share of the 30-34 years old in the overall population holding a tertiarydegree and the share of the non-EU foreign born 30-34 year oldpopulation holding a tertiary degree (LFS, 2009)
  19. 19. Share of the 30-34 years old in the overall population holding a tertiary degree andthe share of the non-EU foreign born 30-34 year old population holding a tertiarydegree (LFS, 2009)

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