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Slightly more children diagnosed with dyslexia
The percentage of children suffering from dyslexia has risen slightly since 2001.
Women in the unutilised workforce in 2006 (Dutch only)
Study of the background characteristics of women aged 15 to 65 years, who were not claiming benefit, were not employed and were not in full-time education in 2006.The tables are available on request...
Schools do not save up operating surplus
Although schools in secondary and tertiary education often have an operating surplus at the end of the year, they do not always save it up. Most schools use the money to invest in buildings or...
Organised communication of a non-incidental nature aimed to transmit knowledge, increase insights and/or train skills.
Education more challenging and up to date with Big Data
Analysis of big data is becoming ever more important for governments to facilitate effective, sustainable policy choices
Private education grows faster than subsidised education
Nearly 1.1 billion euro was spent on private education in the Netherlands in 2006. Spending on private education grew more rapidly than spending on subsidised education.
Youth 2009 (Dutch only)
This paper presents information on young people (15-26 years) in the Netherlands in 2009. Among other things, it looks at young people in education, with a job and receiving social benefits....
Workers in education oldest on average
The average age of people employed in education was over 43 years in 2007. This makes education the ‘greyest’ sector of employment in the Netherlands.
Characteristics of 18-27 year-olds (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables regarding 18-27 year-olds broken down by whether they live with their parents, are in education, have a job, and by highest level of completed education. Commissioned by: Panteia.
Migration background still plays a role
The Annual Report on Integration 2016 gives an overview of various population groups with a migrant background.
Sector education spent 800 million euro on temps in 2007
In 2007, schools in the sector subsidised education spent 800 million euro on temps, a quarter more than one year previously. In the preceding years, costs of temporary staff have risen more rapidly...
Evaluation of the European Social Fund (ESF); Job Characteristics of ESF participants in 2007, 2008 and 2009 (Dutch only)
Commissioned by the Agency of Social Affairs and Employment, the Centre for Policy Related Statistics has compiled figures on the jobs of ESF participants. The figures show how many participants had...
Record exam passes for mbo students
These are a few conclusions from the Jaarboek onderwijs in cijfers 2011, an annual report with statistics on education in the Netherlands (published in Dutch only) released today.
Second measurement of people moving from benefit to work via reintegration support (figures for 2006 and 2007) (Dutch only)
Reintegration support is an important tool to increase the number of people moving from a social benefit to work. The Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW) measures the results of this...
Doctorate holders successful on the labour market
Currently, more than 1 million people in the Netherlands hold a university degree. Nearly 70 thousand obtained a doctorate in the period 2004-2007.
Smart Services Campus Heerlen: breeding ground for new productivity and innovations
Monday 12 September marked the launch of the Brightlands Smart Services Campus in Heerlen.
Students borrow more and more
In 2007, Dutch students altogether borrowed 2.7 billion euro – an increase by 19 percent relative to the previous year – from the institution responsible for the issue of study loans and grants...
Dutch education spending higher than EU average
Government spending on education in the Netherlands accounted for about 5.5 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) in 2005. This is slightly higher than the average in the European Union.
Women in the unutilised workforce in 2006, by parents' country of birth (Dutch only)
Table with background characteristics of women aged 15 to 64 years, who were not claiming benefit, not employed and not in full-time education in 2006. The table complements an earlier publication...
International schools: expenditure, students, school staff
Statistics Netherlands receives annual information from the private international schools established in the Netherlands via a survey.
Concurrence of regulations and provisions within households in 8 clusters of municipalities in the province of Groningen, 2011 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on the concurrence of various regulations and provisions in the field of social security, health care and welfare and education within households in 2011. The results are available...