Affordable and Qualitative Education - Training - Apprenticeship - Monitoring…

The monitoring indicators for the overall follow of the objective are:

  • Percentage of children of vulnerable social groups (poor households, Muslim children, refugees, Roma) attending preschool education.
  • Measuring Parental Expenditure on Schooling.
  • Percentage of parents and guardians who benefited from counseling.
  • Percentage of children attending preschool education (public and private kindergartens).
  • Number of public and private kindergartens – Number of teaching-administrative and support staff.
  • Number of programs for the enhancement of Roma children social skills.
  • Percentage of Roma families participating in programs for the strengthening of family-school ties.
  • Percentage of pupils attending primary school (Both public and private).
  • Teacher – pupil ratio in primary education.
  • Number of pupils attending special classes in Primary Education (Public and private pre-school-primary schools).
  • Number of repatriated and foreign pupils in Primary Education.
  • Number of Roma students in primary education.
  • Percentage of pupils attending secondary education (Public and private secondary schools).
  • Teacher – student ratio in Secondary Education.
  • Number of school units (high school / lyceum)
  • Number of pupils attending special classes in secondary education (public and private high schools).
  • Number of repatriated and foreign students in secondary education.
  • Number of Roma students in secondary education.
  • Percentage of schools offering support to vulnerable social groups.
  • Percentage of schools with appropriate infrastructure and equipment.
  • Percentage of young vulnerable social groups leaving early school education.
  • Percentage of schools with special educational staff for vulnerable social groups (mediators, social workers, occupational therapists, speech therapists, psychologists)
  • Percentage of pupils graduating from High Schools and Lyceums in the country.
  • Percentage of low performing students in mathematics (Cedefop).
  • Percentage of low-performing students in reading comprehension.
  • Percentage of low-performing students in natural sciences (PISA).
  • Country’s score in reading comprehension.
  • Percentage of 18-24-year-olds early drop outs (school leavers).
  • Percentage of young people who have consulted with Vocational Guidance and Orientation Centres (ΚΕΣυΠ).
  • Percentage of parents who have attended Parent Schools.
  • Youth satisfaction with the school environment.
  • Youth satisfaction with teaching staff.
  • Parents and guardians’ satisfaction with the educational environment.
  • Parents and guardians’ satisfaction with teaching Staff.
  • Percentage of students attending the EPAL-EPAS of all Ministries, teaching staff to student ratio in the EPAL-EPAS of all Ministries.
  • Number of repatriated and foreign students attending the EPAL-EPAS of all Ministries.
  • Percentage of young people who completed their studies at Second Chance Schools.
  • Percentage of young people from vulnerable social groups who completed their studies at Second Chance Schools by age and gender.
  • Percentage of students who graduated from the EPAL-EPAS of all Ministries.
  • Number of young people who completed their training at Centres for Lifelong Learning.
  • Number of consultations with partners.
  • Number of students in post-secondary (non-tertiary), distribution between private and public sector.
  • Number of students completing the post-secondary (non-tertiary) level.
  • Youth satisfaction index for the learning environment.
  • Youth satisfaction index for educational potential.
  • Youth satisfaction index for the work environment.
  • Parent and guardian satisfaction index for the educational environment.
  • Parent and guardian satisfaction index for educational potential.Percentage of young graduates, including young people from vulnerable social groups.
  • Percentage of young postgraduate degree holders, including young people from vulnerable social groups.
  • Percentage of young doctoral graduates, including young people from vulnerable social groups.
  • Number of young people emigrating from Greece – brain drain.
  • Number of young people awarded scholarships, including young people from vulnerable social groups.
  • Percentage of tertiary education graduates employed in jobs requiring a lower level of education (CEDEFOP 2017).
  • Percentage of young people completing their studies through distance learning.
  • Number of Tertiary Educational Institutions (Schools, Departments).
  • Ratio of teaching staff to graduate students.
  • Employment rate of young graduates in relation to level of education (aged 20-34 who completed training 1-3 years before the reference year).
  • Educational mobility for first-degree holders and postgraduates.
  • Level of student satisfaction with the learning environment.
  • Level of student satisfaction with teaching staff.
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