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ⓘ Category:Statistics of education




                                               

Contextual value added

Contextual value added is a statistic that was used by the government of the United Kingdom to assess the performance of schools. It was superceeded by expected progress and then Progress 8 The statistic is intended to show the progress children have made whilst attending a particular school. Unlike statistics such as exam performance, contextual value added attempts to take into account the circumstances of children attending the school that are beyond the schools control.

                                               

Decreasing graduation completion rates in the United States

The graduation completion rate is the measure reflecting the number of students who complete their graduation and receive a degree from an educational institution. The drop-out rate is the measure reflecting the number of students who disengage with the educational institutions they are enrolled in. Those measures are calculated by the National Center for Education Statistics, the primary federal U.S. entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education. Graduation rate has been reported to be decreasing over the past decades in the U.S. However, the percentage of dropouts among 1 ...

                                               

Educational quotient

An educational quotient, or EQ, is a score designed to assess a subjects level of general education. Though related to intelligence quotient, there is no direct correlation between the two. A person of high IQ, may have a low EQ, and vice versa. A persons EQ is generally found by dividing the results of their Wide Range Achievement Test by their IQ and multiplying by 100, or by dividing their Education Age by their Chronological Age and multiplying by 100.

                                               

Higher Education Statistics Agency

The Higher Education Statistics Agency is the official agency for the collection, analysis and dissemination of quantitative information about higher education in the United Kingdom. HESA was set up by agreement between the relevant government departments, the higher education funding councils and the universities and colleges in 1993, following the White Paper "Higher Education: a new framework", which called for more coherence in HE statistics, and the 1992 Higher and Further Education Acts, which established an integrated higher education system throughout the United Kingdom. In 2018 HE ...

                                               

Homeschooling international status and statistics

Homeschooling is legal in many countries. Countries with the most prevalent home education movements include Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Some countries have highly regulated home education programs as an extension of the compulsory school system; others, such as Germany, have outlawed it entirely. In other countries, qpr are the best while not restricted by law, homeschooling is not socially acceptable, or considered undesirable and is virtually non-existent.

                                               

Institute for Effective Education