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  • 13 Dec 2013
  • OECD
  • Pages: 144
The Baltic countries have experienced sustained emigration over the past decade, contributing to population decline and a loss of working-age population. This book examines the impact of this emigration.
This book provides an internationally comparable set of indicators on the educational provision for students with disabilities, learning difficulties and disadvantages in the Baltic States, South Eastern Europe and Malta.
  • 09 Feb 2000
  • OECD
  • Pages: 280
OECD's 2000 survey of the Baltic economies. This edition includes special features coering banking and financial system reform, enterprise reform and economic restructuring, and labour market and social policy developments in Estonia, Latvia, and...
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In the Baltic States, the process of independence started after the elections in spring 1990 and was completed by August 1991. Fifty-one years after being forced to join the Soviet Union, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania each regained their independence...
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This chapter analyses the extent and contexts of Baltic migration flows, and sketches a profile of Baltic emigrant populations. The potential economic impact of high negative net migration on these countries is addressed, along with relevant ...
This chapter analyses the data based on the national categories used to provide additional resources for students who have difficulties in accessing the curriculum, as supplied by participating economies. It looks at the proportions registered in ...
Concerns about equity in education, the declining numbers of children and increased demands of the labour market are forcing education systems to take more interest in the educational progress of students who would otherwise under-achieve by ...
This chapter summarises the qualitative data gathered by participating economies via an electronic questionnaire. Country experts reported on legal frameworks and on factors which facilitate or act as barriers to inclusion and equity as well as on ...
This chapter provides additional descriptive information on all students with disabilities, learning difficulties and disadvantages enrolled in educational programmes in special schools, special classes and regular classes classified by age and ...
Interest in the inclusion of students with special educational needs in mainstream education has increased faster than the actual inclusion of these students in standardised assessment and accountability systems. This chapter discusses the ...
Recently an increasing number of countries have established educational policies that allocate extra resources to students who cannot access school curricula as easily as their peers and who have come to be categorised as having disabilities ...
This chapter looks more closely at the processes leading to data collection and synthesizes the statistics and indicators regarding students with special education needs and those at risk in South Eastern Europe, Malta and the Baltic States based on ...
This chapter provides recommendations based on the need for reforms in the education systems indicated by the data analysed in this book. Providing the correct legal framework for developing inclusive education and the necessary resources and ...
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