TUNISIA by asafwewe

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									ALGERIA
Sources:
           1. National Office of Statistics
           2. Labour force and population surveys



EGYPT
Sources:
           a. CAPMAS, Population Projection
           b. Ministry of Education
           c. Ministry of Higher Education.

Notes:
           1. Last CENSUS in 2006
           2. Indicator ETE- I15: Teachers are FTE (Full Time Equivalent)
           3. Indicator ETE-I17: Theoretical study for 2 days in technical secondary
              schools and practical Training 4 days in factories and companies (Mobarak
              Kohl Program).
           4. Indicator ETE-19: In 2000 data refer to absolute value and not to percentage
              as in all the other years.



ISRAEL
Sources:
           a. Labour Force Survey (ETE-I3, ETE-I4a, ETE-I4b, ETE-I5, ETE-I6, ETE-I7,
              ETE-I8)
           b. Ministry of education (ETE-I10)
           c. National Accounting (ETE-I11, ETE-I12, ETE-I13)
           d. National Accounting and Ministry of education students file (ETE-I14)
           e. Ministry of education students file and teachers file (ETE-I15)
           f. Ministry of education students file and Current demographic estimates (ETE-
              I16)

Notes:
   1. Indicator ETE-I3:
          a. Data exclude education level "Unknown"
          b. In the column headed “Primary Education” are included data for “Primary
              education (ISCED 1) and Lower secondary (ISCED 2)” because the split is
              not available.
   2. Indicator ETE-I4A:
          a. Data exclude education level "Unknown"
          b. Data in Table ETE-I4Ab refer to “Primary education (ISCED 1) and Lower
              secondary (ISCED 2)” because the split is not available.
          c. For the same reason the cells in Table ETE-I4Ac are empty.
   3. Indicator ETE-I6: country definition of active population
   4. Indicator ETE-I5:
          a. Data exclude education level "Unknown" and "Occupation Unknown"
          b. In the column headed “Primary Education” are included data for “Primary
              education (ISCED 1) and Lower secondary (ISCED 2)” because the split is
              not available.
   5. Indicator ETE-I7:
          a. In the column headed “Primary Education” are included data for “Primary
              education (ISCED 1) and Lower secondary (ISCED 2)” because the split is
              not available.
          b. Data exclude education level "Unknown".
   6. Indicator ETE-I8:
           a. In the column headed “Primary Education” are included data for “Primary
               education (ISCED 1) and Lower secondary (ISCED 2)” because the split is
               not available.
           b. Data exclude education level "Unknown".
    7. Indicator ETE- I11:
           a. Source : National Accounting
           b. There is no clear difference between ISCED 2 and ISCED 3 in Israel at all.
               Thus they are considered together in ISCED3.
           c. There is no clear cut between TVET and General education in ISCED 3 up to
               2003. Thus they are kept together in General education.
           d. There is no clear cut between TVET and General education in ISCED 4 and
               5 at all. Thus they are kept together in General education.
           e. Between 2000-2002 ISCED 5a, ISCED 5b and ISCED 6 are combined
               together. Thus kept together in ISCED 5.
           f. From 2003 ISCED 5a is combined with ISCED 6 and ISCED 5 includes only
               ISCED 5b.
    8. Indicator ETE- I12:
           a. Source : National Accounting
           b. There is no clear difference between ISCED 2 and ISCED 3 in Israel at all.
               Thus they are considered together in ISCED3.
           c. There is no clear cut between TVET and General education in ISCED 3 up to
               2003. Thus they are kept together in General education.
           d. There is no clear cut between TVET and General education in ISCED 4 and
               5 at all. Thus they are kept together in General education.
           e. Between 2000-2002 ISCED 5a, ISCED 5b and ISCED 6 are combined
               together. Thus kept together in ISCED 5.
           f. From 2003 ISCED 5a is combined with ISCED 6 and ISCED 5 includes only
               ISCED 5b.

    9. Indicator ETE- I14:
             a. Source : National Accounting
             b. There is no clear difference between ISCED 2 and ISCED 3 in Israel at all.
                 Thus they are considered together in ISCED3.
             c. There is no clear cut in expenditure between TVET and General education in
                 ISCED 3 up to 2003. Thus they are kept together in General education.
             d. There is no clear cut between TVET and General education in ISCED 4 and
                 5 at all. Thus they are kept together in General education.
             e. Between 2000-2002 ISCED 5a, ISCED 5b and ISCED 6 are combined
                 together. Thus kept together in ISCED 5.
             f. From 2003 ISCED 5a is combined with ISCED 6 and ISCED 5 includes only
                 ISCED 5b.
             g. There is no clear cut in expenditure between TVET and General education in
                 ISCED 3 up to 2003.
    10. Indicator ETE- I15: teachers are FTE (Full Time Equivalent)
    11. Indicator ETE- I16: Source: Ministry of education students file and Current
        demographic estimates for end of the relevant year
    12. Indicator ETE- I19: In 2001 data refer to absolute value and not to percentage as in
        all the other years.




JORDAN
Sources: Department of Statistics



LEBANON
Sources: Centre for Research and Development of Pedagogies

Notes:
   1. Population data for education indicators: The data concern individuals residing in
      Lebanon, but do not include household‟s domestic workers.
         a. Year 2004: Household survey „Household living standards‟ 2004 carried out
              by the Central Administration of the Statistical Bureau of Lebanon.
         b. Year 2007: Household survey 'post war living conditions' 2007 carried out by
              the Central Administration of the Statistical Bureau of Lebanon.
   2. Population data (for the labour market indicators); Data on the labour market:
         a. Employed: having had at least one hour of work during the reference period
              (7 days prior to interview)
         b. Unemployed: Did not work during the reference period (7 days prior to
              interview), was available to work in this period and the 14 days prior,
              searched for work.
         c. Year 2004: Household survey „Household living standards‟ 2004 carried out
              by the Central Administration of the Statistical Bureau of Lebanon.
         d. Year 2007: Household survey 'post war living conditions' 2007 carried out by
              the Central Administration of the Statistical Bureau of Lebanon.




MOROCCO
Sources:
   1. National labour force survey, Directorate of Statistics, High Planning Commision
   2. Ministry of Finance and the department of vocational education.
   3. Directorate of Statistics and the department of vocational education.



OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES
Sources:
   1. Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, 2008. Population Projections, (Revised
       Data, 2005). Ramallah-Palestine
   2. Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, 2008. The Population, Housing and
       Establishment Census-2007. Ramallah-Palestine
   3. Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, 2008. Labour Force Survey Data Base,
       2000- 2007. Ramallah - Palestine. (Unpublished data)

Notes:
   1. Indicator ETE-I3; ETE-I4a; ETE-I4b; ETE-I5; ETE-I7; ETE-I8:
          a. The numbers from 2000-2006 based on population projection which prepared
              in 2000 by PCBS
          b. The numbers for the year 2007 are preliminary estimates based on the
              preliminary results of the population, housing and establishment census,2007



TUNISIA
Notes:
   1. Indicator ETE-I11
          a. Public expenditures for Education TVET includes ISCED3 and ISCED4 (Not
              allocated), the public expenditure on General education includes ISCED1,
              ISCED 2, ISCED3 (Not allocated) and ISCED5, ISCED6 (allocated)
   2. Indicator ETE-I12
          a. Public expenditures for Education TVET includes ISCED3 and ISCED4 (Not
              allocated), the public expenditure on General education includes ISCED1,
              ISCED 2, ISCED3 (Not allocated) and ISCED5, ISCED6 (allocated)
   3. Indicator ETE-I13
          a. Public expenditures for Education TVET includes ISCED3 and ISCED4 (Not
              allocated), the public expenditure on General education includes ISCED1,
              ISCED 2, ISCED3 (Not allocated) and ISCED5, ISCED6 (allocated)
TURKEY
Sources:
           a. Household Labour Force Survey Results (ETE-I3, ETE-I4a, ETE-I4b, ETE-I5,
              ETE-I6, ETE-I7, ETE-I8)
           b. ILSIS Ministry of National Education Statistics 2007-2008 (ETE-I10)
           c. Republic Of Turkey Ministry of Finance General Directorate of Budget and
              Fiscal Control and 2002 Turkey Education Expenditure Survey of
              TURKSTAT (ETE-I11, ETE-I12)
           d. 2002 Turkey Education Expenditure Survey of TURKSTAT (ETE-I13)
           e. ILSIS (Educational Statistics) (ETE-I14, ETE-I15, ETE-I17, ETE-I19)
           f. ILSIS- Ministry of National Education Statistics 2000-2006 (ETE-I18)
           g. Educational Data:
                    i.  ISCED 0,1,3 ILSIS- Ministry of National Education Statistics(2000-
                        2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006,
                        2006-2007, 2007-2008) 2007-2008 ISCED 5A,5B,6 2007-2008)
                   ii.  Academic Year Higher Education Statistics Book
                  iii.  In 5A the numbers of students 19 years and above includes the
                        number of graduate students in masters degree, and the number of
                        students 21 years and above include medical interns

Notes:
   1. Indicator ETE-I10
          a. ISCED 3:
                    Qualifications of teachers have been set by the regulation no. 119 of
                    the Board of Education of August 2004. As stated in the regulation, the
                    minimum qualification required to be appointed as a teacher is to be
                    University graduate (5A) of the related faculties and departments.
                    Therefore, minimum qualification level demanded from secondary
                    school teacher is to be graduate of Faculty of Education. Unless the
                    number of Faculty of Education graduates is sufficient, the graduates of
                    Faculty of Science and Literature and other related faculties can be
                    appointed as secondary school teachers after taking pedagogical
                    formation courses from the Faculty of Education. The post graduate
                    and doctorate education are considered as their minors. As of
                    19.11.2008, the MoNE recruits 3336 temporary teachers working by
                    contract (contractual teaching staff) within the secondary schools. The
                    MoNE has appointed 12.774 contractual teaching staff recently and
                    approximately 1500 of them have been appointed to secondary
                    education level Indicator ETE-I12
          b. ISCED 5:
                    According to the regulation published on 31.07.2008 in the official
                    gazette issue number. 26953, the minimum qualification level for a
                    research assistant is to be university graduate (5A 1st Degree). The
                    minimum qualification level for the university lecturer who is appointed
                    to the university level (5A 1st Degree) is to have masters degree (5A
                    2nd Degree)
   2. Indicator ETE-I11
          a. Total public government expenditure covers central government expenditure
              (consolidate budget). All the figures with current prices.
          b. Public expenditure on education covers central government expenditure on
              education.
          c. For the years 2000, 2001, 2003 education expenditures not available in
              ISCED breakdown and for the year 2007 the figures not ready yet.
          d. ISCED 1 and ISCED 2 can not be separated and no TVET education for
              ISCED 1and 2. There isn't any educational expenditure for ISCED 4.
          e. ISCED 5a (general) and ISCED 5b (TVET) can not be separated.
          f. Other government education expenditure includes non-classified
              expenditures by education level, R&D service expenditures etc.
   3. Indicator ETE-I12:
          a. GDP with current prices.
   4. Indicator ETE-I15
       a. Data on permanent teaching staff (FTE) is given as of the 2000-2001 school
           year. Data on permanent and contractual teaching staff is given as of the
           2007-2008 school year.
5. Indicator ETE-I17
       a. Total number of students in TVET includes the number of students in 3A
           Vocational, 3C Apprenticeship Training and 5B Two-Year Higher Vocational
           Education.
       b. Apprenticeship training involves the training of children and young people
           who have finished primary education but are unable to attend the next level
           of education or who have been outside formal education for various reasons.
       c. Those who have finished primary education may attend apprenticeship
           training.
6. Indicator ETE-I18:
       a. The number of participants in continuing education includes the participants
           in the vocational, social and cultural and literacy courses given in the public
           education centres by the Ministry of National Education.

								
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