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Jefa de Servicio de Ordenación Académica, Documentación y Evaluación de CLM

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Presentación TCA/Visita de Estudio Study Visit: "The future begins today" que, en el marco del Programa Erasmus+, tuvo lugar en Botosani (Rumanía) del 9 al 15 de octubre de 2016.

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Jefa de Servicio de Ordenación Académica, Documentación y Evaluación de CLM

  1. 1. Botoșani From 10th to 15th of October 2016 Mª Isabel Rodríguez Martín Head of a Department of Education: Evaluation and Academic Planning CASTILLA-LA MANCHA SPAIN
  2. 2. HIGHLIGHTS Spain’s educational context Students: • 100% enrolment in early childhood education • Comprehensive education until age 16 • Grade repetition • Enrolment in VET is lower than the OECD average • Dropout rates Institutions: • Spanish learning environments positive • The ratio of students per teacher below the OECD average • Principals • Evaluation and assessment
  3. 3. Governance and funding: • Education objectives are aligned to EU 2020 priorities. • Most schooling decisions are taken at the regional level • Limited autonomy for individual schools Key policy issues • Spanish system-level policies such as grade repetition have the potential to impair equity and contribute to student dropout. • High dropout and youth unemployment rates : efforts to consolidate basic skills and better match labour market needs, focusing on quality of education and provision of vocational education and training • Schools require sustained support to respond to the rapid and large increase in the proportion of immigrant children they have experienced. • Given the on-going crisis and recent budget cuts, Spain faces a major challenge as it strives to continue delivering and raising the quality of education and skills
  4. 4. Recent policy responses • Spain aims to promote education improvement, mainly through a new law, the Organic Law for the Improvement of Educational Quality (LOMCE, 2013). • To reduce dropout: • a range of targeted programmes available • and a new dual VET system (2012) combination of training with employment
  5. 5. EQUITY AND QUALITY: EARLY START IN EDUCATION BUT BARRIERS TO EQUITY AND HIGH DROPOUT RATE • Highest early childhood education enrolment rates among OECD countries • Comprehensive education until the end of lower secondary education • Policies low socio-economic status to attend their preferred school • Grade repetition is also largely used: about one out of three students (35%) have repeated a grade at least once by age 15.  grade repetition is ineffective in improving outcomes  can contribute to dropout  can be costly to the system  about 30% of students in lower secondary education in Spain do not graduate with the certificate necessary to access upper secondary education
  6. 6. CASTILLA-LA MANCHA TOLEDO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfdwwXDOs_k
  7. 7. GRADUATES STUDENS IN CASTILLA-LA MANCHA Rate of students that graduated in Secondary Education: 15 years old students. Year course No. Students Graduated Rate 2001 - 2002 21.083 13.663 64,81 2002 - 2003 21.112 14.137 66,96 2003 - 2004 21.176 14.326 67,65 2004 - 2005 21.214 14.796 69,75 2005 - 2006 21.332 14.170 66,43 2006 - 2007 21.298 14.162 66,49 2007 - 2008 21.188 14.651 69,15 2008 - 2009 21.196 14.590 68,83 2009 - 2010 20.902 14.548 69,6 2010 - 2011 20.473 14.544 71,04 2011 - 2012 20.219 14.879 73,59 2012 - 2013 19.843 14.847 74,82 2013 - 2014 19.898 14.987 75,32 2014 - 2015 20.136 15.295 75,96 Resource: Consejería de Educación, Cultura y Deportes. Official Statistics
  8. 8. 21,083 21,112 21,176 21,214 21,332 21,298 21,188 21,196 20,902 20,473 20,219 19,843 19,898 20,136 13,663 14,137 14,326 14,796 14,170 14,162 14,651 14,590 14,548 14,544 14,879 14,847 14,987 15,295 64.81 66.96 67.65 69.75 66.43 66.49 69.15 68.83 69.6 71.04 73.59 74.82 75.32 75.96 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 2001 - 2002 2002 - 2003 2003 - 2004 2004 - 2005 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012 2012 - 2013 2013 - 2014 2014 - 2015 Nº de Habitantes Estimados Promocionan Tasa
  9. 9. Example of good practices
  10. 10. ACTIVE METHODOLOGIES RÍO JÚCAR SECONDARY SCHOOL Madrigueras (Albacete) https://mactivasriojucar.wordpress.com/
  11. 11. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: ROBOTICS IN PRE- PRIMARY EDUCATION PASEO VIEJO DE LA FLORIDA SCHOOL AND FERROVIARIO SCHOOL Almagro (Ciudad Real) The use of Robot in Pre-primary Education (3-6 year-olds). Codes QR_Augmented Reality. Robot Lego http://coleferroviario.blogspot.com.es/
  12. 12. PROJECT-BASED LEARNING Princesa Galiana Secondary School (Toledo) The whole school is involved in the Project “Galiana Presenta” http://www.galianapresenta.com/ This educational innovation project has an interdisciplinary nature and is connected to the urge of improving the relationship and cooperation between pupils and teachers within the school, and enables the students to get better results working in group and also “learn doing”.
  13. 13. LEARNING COMMUNITIES La Paz School (Albacete), Entreculturas School (Albacete) https://www.facebook.com/Ceip-Ses-AA-La-PAZ-ALBACETE- 234381636691433/?fref=photo
  14. 14. THE SOCIAL COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT FRANCISCO GARCÍA PAVÓN SECONDARY SCHOOL. Tomelloso (Ciudad Real) http://www.iesgarciapavon.com/ Project “Plurals” and project “Equals at school II” about gender equality in Secondary Education
  15. 15. LABOUR INSERTION. VOCATIONAL TRAINING LABOUR INSERTION. VOCATIONAL TRAINING GREGORIO PRIETO SECONDARY SCHOOL. Valdepeñas (Ciudad Real) Projects like “The employment tunnel” and “The employment club” http://www.iesgregorioprieto.com/club-de-empleo
  16. 16. Innovation and Quality Prize "La Formación Profesional es el instrumento idóneo para atacar de raíz el abandono escolar temprano y reducir el riesgo de exclusión social"
  17. 17. EUROPEAN PROJECTS 41% 6% 3%4% 46% Projects admitted in Spain since 2014 KA101 Escolar KA104 Adultos KA201 Escolar General KA204 Adultos KA219 Escolar solo entre centros escolares
  18. 18. Castilla-La Mancha EXAMPLE KA 101 = 86 10,32%
  19. 19. Example of good practices https://sites.google.com/site/erasmuska2cobisa/ https://twinspace.etwinning.net/6852/home
  20. 20. THANK YOU VERY MUCH Mª Isabel Rodríguez Martín mirodriguez@jccm.es

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