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Measures to prevent drop out

Measures to prevent drop out

Mag. Slava Pevec Grm

Slovenia


Measures to prevent drop outs

Measures to prevent drop outs

  • Supply of different possibilities of education and training programmes at upper secondary education is important, possibilities for vertical and horizontal transition: since 1996 the supply has increased

  • Good quality and attractive pathways though upper secondary education: curricular reform (modularised and competence-based curricula) in technical and vocational education since 2002

  • More focus on demand side as regards drop outs: early identifications of students at risk; measures for more guidance, couching and support for individual student.


Policy measures

Policy measures

  • Great choice of education and training possibilities after 9-year elementary comprehensive schooling: the supply has increased

  • Transition from 9-year compulsory schooling into secondary education is98%.


Heterogeneity of level s of secondary education

Heterogeneity of levels of secondary education

Different possibilities for continuing secondary education on various

levels:

  • Short-term vocational education (1,5 -2,5 years), 2%

  • Secondary vocational education: (3 years), 19%

  • Secondary technical education: (4 years), 38%

  • Secondary general education (4 years), 41%

  • Vocational-technical education: +2 years (65% of students, who finish vocational education)

  • Bridging courses: vocational and maturity courses


Vet reform since 2002

VET reform: since 2002

  • More flexible modularised framework curricula developed.

  • Very school has to prepare school curriculum in accordance with the needs of the pupils enrolled and in close cooperation with local companies.

  • Team work of teacher and weekly evaluation.

  • More individualised and flexible pathways, more support for each student, a certificate on NVQ as a partial qualifications provide access to the labour market.


Early identification and support

Early identification and support

  • Early identification of students at risk by use of portfolio and formative assessment.

  • Schools are obliged to prepare individual learning plan, when student don’t meet the minimum standard.

  • Many projects for supporting schools and teachers (PUPO)


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Share of the population aged 18-24 with only lower-secondary educationand not in education or training, 2006

  • Slovenia, 2006: 5,2%

Data source: Eurostat (Labour Force Survey), 2006


Percentage of the population 20 24 having completed at least upper secondary education 2000 2005

Percentage of the population (20-24)having completed at least upper-secondary education, 2000-2005

  • Slovenija:2004: 88,6%, 2004-2005: 90,5%

2000- 2004- 2005

Data source: Eurostat (Labour Force Survey).


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