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Human rights education (international)

December 10 is International Human Rights Day.
Find out about the background, human rights education, and the Peace Nobel Prize

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First-time asylum applicants: in Germany 2015: Social structure, level of qualifications, and employment


Ssocial component data are collected by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) on a voluntary basis during the first-time asylum application procedure, and provide a rough overview of the qualification structure of those seeking protection. This Brief Analysis takes a look at the year 2015 data. 

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Compact data on education. The most important statistics on the educational system in Germany. 2016


Official statistical information on education in Germany, e.g. school enrolment figures in compulsory education, school leaving,. 

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Country data and background information for Germany (European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education)


The data and country information for Germany were assessed for the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education to enable comparisons across European countries, focusing on children aged nine and students aged 15 with special educational needs. 

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Starting Strong IV Early Childhood Education and Care Data - country note for Germany


This Data Spotlight note on Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) provides a summary of ECEC policy inputs, outputs and outcomes in Germany. It uses data available within the OECD Secretariat - Education at a Glance, the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and the OECD Family Database — to make comparisons between [...]  



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