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Elementary schools for youth and adults in Slovenia at the end of the school year 2010/11 and at the beginning of the school year 2011/12

Friday, April 20, 2012, First Release
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At the beginning of the 2011/12 school year 162,800 children were enrolled in basic education.

162,800 children in basic education

At the beginning of the 2011/12 school year 159,700 children were enrolled in elementary school program with regular curriculum, slightly more than 1,600 children were enrolled in elementary school program with adapted curriculum and 1,500 children were enrolled in elementary school program with special curriculum. Compulsory basic education was carried out by 785 elementary schools and their branches and by 57 schools and institutions for children with special needs education.

In 2011, basic education successfully completed by more than 18,000 pupils

At the end of the 2010/11 school year education in elementary schools with regular curriculum was successfully completed by 17,775 pupils, in elementary schools with adapted curriculum by 184 children and in elementary schools for adults by 256 students. 4% of all pupils in the final grade had at the end of the year an improvement exam in one or more subjects, and 87% of them successfully improved negative marks.

In 2011, we had 1.4% of dropouts from basic education.

16% of all pupils learn two or more foreign languages as a mandatory curriculum subject or as an optional subject

By learning foreign languages the education and training is widely opening to the world. EU's guiding principle is that in addition to their mother tongue everyone should speak two foreign languages.

In the 2010/11 school year 51% of all pupils learned one foreign language as a mandatory curriculum subject or as an optional subject and 16% learned two or more foreign languages. For the second foreign language the majority chose German, followed by English, French and Spanish. Pupils in large numbers also make use of the opportunity to learn foreign language as a facultative subject. In the 2010/11 school year 15% of all pupils used this option.

In the 2010/11 school year on average 12 pupils per teacher

Within the whole basic education there were on average 12 (11.9) pupils per teacher. The number of pupils per teacher differs as to the type of program the school performs and the educational cycle.
In elementary schools performing regular curriculum there were on average 12 (12.2) pupils per teacher, in elementary schools with adapted curriculum 3 (3.4) pupils per teacher and in educational institutions offering programs for adults 6 (5.6) students per teacher.

Table 1: Basic education for youth and adults, Slovenia, end of the school year 2010/11
Schools
and branches
Class unitsPupilsPersons who left elementary school
successfully
completed elementary
school
without completion
Total8758,850162,50018,215306
Elementary schools7878,424159,51417,775257
Elementary schools and institutions with special curriculum572731,61718411
Elementary schools for adults311531,36925638
Source: SORS
Table 2: Learning foreign languages, Slovenia, end of the school year 2010/11
As a compulsory subjectAs an optional subjectAs a facultative subject
1st foreign language2nd foreign language
Total106,8978,49116,83424,617
English102,6818331,22116,403
German4,2167,34711,7936,823
French --1,504292
Italian -3111,038895
Spanish - -1,114
Other foreign languages - -164204
- no occurrence of event
… data not available
Source: SORS
Table 3: Teaching staff, Slovenia, end of the school year 2010/11
TotalMenWomenNumber of pupils per teacher in
FTE1)
Total16,4012,01314,38811.9
Elementary schools15,5981,86613,73212.2
  Techers in the first and second educational cycles6,1541685,98616.4
  Teachers in the third educational cycle7,0771,4745,6038.1
  Teachers in daily extension2,3672242,143
Elementary schools and institutions with special curriculum453673863.4
  Techers in the first and second educational cycles212102024.2
  Teachers in the third educational cycle241571842.7
  Teachers in daily extension941876
Elementary schools for adults350802705.6
… data not available
1) Teachers in daily exsention are not included in pupils/teacher ratio.
Source: SORS
Table 4: Basic education for youth, Slovenia, beginning of the school year 2011/12
TotalProgram with regular
curriculum
Program with adapted
curriculum
Program with special
curriculum
Number of pupils - Total162,847159,7011,6561,490
Vir: SORS
Methodological note
Data for the end of the school year do not include children with moderate, severe and profound mental disabilities educated according to special educational programs.
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