Chapter 1
Figure 1.1. Enrolment rate of children 1-5 years. 2004-2015. Per cent.
Figure 1.2. Enrolment rate of minority language children. 2011-2015. Per cent.
Figure 1.3. Staff-child ratio by owner. 2011-2015. Numbers.
Figure 1.4. Educational background of kindergarten staff. 2011-2015. Per cent.
Figure 1.5. Kindergartens meeting the qualification requirements. 2011-2015. Per cent.
Figure 1.6. Kindergartens by type. 2011-2015. Numbers.
Figure 1.7. Children in family kindergartens by age. 2011- 2015. Numbers.
Figure 1.8. Children by kindergarten size. 2011-2015. Numbers.
Figure 1.9. Kindergartens by organisation form and size. 2015. Per cent.
Figure 1.10. Kindergartens by profile. 2015. Numbers.
Figure 1.11. Children with an individual decision on special educational needs support. 2015. Numbers.
Table 1.1. Children enrolled in kindergarten. 2015. Per cent and numbers.
Table 1.2. Routines for screening language skills in kindergarten. 2008–2015. Per cent.
Table 1.3. Children receiving special educational support. 2011-2015. Numbers and per cent.
Table 1.4. Parent involving activitities in kindergartens. 2002–2015. Per cent.
Chapter 2
Figure 2.1. Pupils and primary and lower secondary schools by school size. 2005-2015. Per cent.
Figure 2.2. Private primary and lower secondary schools. 2005-2015. Numbers.
Figure 2.3. Pupils in private schools by primary and lower secondary level. 2013. Per cent.
Figure 2.4. Teaching hours by subject at primary and secondary level. School year 2015-16. Total teaching hours.
Figure 2.5. Pupils in primary and lower secondary education with an individual decision on special needs education. 2006- 2015. Per cent.
Figure 2.6. Pupils with special Norwegian language tuition and other special language tuition. 2005-2015. Numbers.
Figure 2.7. Elective subjects by gender. 2015-16. Per cent.
Figure 2.8. Pupils in grade 1-4 attending SFO by county. 2015. Per cent. Full
Figure 2.9. Average pupil-teacher ratio by school size. 2015-16. Numbers.
Figure 2.10. Teachers not having sufficient study credits for the subject they teach by subject and level. 2015-16. Per cent.
Chapter 3
Figure 3.1. Pupils on vocational study programmes by gender. 2015-16. Per cent.
Figure 3.2. Boys and girls by selected scientific subjects. 2015-16. Per cent.
Figure 3.3. Pupils enrolled in private upper secondary schools in selected countries. 2013. Per cent.
Figure 3.4. Training candidates by study programme. 2014 and 2015. Numbers.
Figure 3.5. Teachers employed in upper secondary by gender and age. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 3.6. Teachers by level of education. 2011-2014. Per cent.
Table 3.1. Pupils and apprentices in upper secondary education and training*. 2015. Numbers.
Table 3.2. Pupils and apprentices by study programme and level. 2015-16. Numbers.
Table 3.3. New apprenticeship contracts by study programme. Changes from 2011 to 2015. Numbers.
Table 3.4. Adults (aged 25 and over) in upper secondary education and training. 2011-12 to 2014-15. Numbers.
Chapter 4
Figure 4.1. Kindergarten funding by ownership type. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 4.2. Cost per full-time kindergarten place, older children. Changes from 2009 to 2014. NOK.
Figure 4.3. Local authorities and kindergarten children by municipal operating cost per full-time equivalent. 2015. Per cent.
Figure 4.4. Spending per pupil in selected countries*. 2012.
Figure 4.5. Local authorities and primary/lower secondary pupils by municipal operating cost per pupil. 2015. Per cent.
Figure 4.6. Spending per upper secondary pupil in selected countries*. 2012. USD.
Figure 4.7. Direct operating cost per upper secondary pupil by study programme. 2015. NOK.
Chapter 5
Figure 5.1. Results of national Year 5 tests by proficiency level and county. 2015–16. Per cent and average score points.
Figure 5.2. Results of national Year 8 reading tests by proficiency level and county. 2015–16. Per cent and average score points.
Figure 5.3. Results of national tests Year 8 by proficiency level and gender. 2015–16. Per cent.
Figure 5.4. Average point scores by county. 2014–15.
Figure 5.5. Written exam grades and coursework grades Year 10 by gender. 2014–15. Average.
Figure 5.6. Coursework grades in optional subjects in Year 10. 2014–15. Average.
Figure 5.7. Written exam grades and coursework grades in selected core subjects in upper secondary by gender. 2014–15. Average.
Figure 5.8. Pupils by absence rate and coursework grade in applied mathematics for general study programmes at Level Vg1. 2014–15. Per cent.
Figure 5.9. Pupils who sat national tests in English and numeracy in Year 8 in 2013–14 and who received a coursework grade 1–3 in English and mathematics in Year 10 in 2015–16. Per cent.
Figure 5.10. Pupils completing a general study programme within the theoretical duration frame, by results on national test 2007–08 and gender. Per cent.
Chapter 6
Figure 6.1. Mental health issues amongst lower secondary pupils. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 6.2. Pupils subjected to bullying and other negative behaviours. 2015. Per cent.
Figure 6.3. Pupils who say they get bullied 2–3 times a month or more. 2015. Per cent.
Figure 6.4. Pupils who are bullied and subjected to negative behaviours according to grades. 2015. Per cent.
Figure 6.5. Bullying and negative behaviours by gender. 2015. Per cent.
Chapter 7
Figure 7.1. Completed upper secondary education or training within the theoretical duration plus two years – by study programme. 1998 cohort to the 2008 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.2. Completed upper secondary education or training within the theoretical duration plus two years – by study programme. 2008 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.3. Completed upper secondary education or training within the theoretical duration plus two years – by average point score. 2008 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.4. Completed upper secondary education or training within the theoretical duration plus two years – by immigrant status and gender. 2008 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.5. Completed upper secondary education within the theoretical duration plus two years by immigrant status and parents’ educational background. 2008 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.6. Transitions through upper secondary education. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 7.7. Transitions from Vg2 on vocational study programmes to the third year. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 7.8. Status of apprentices two to five years after starting their apprenticeship period. 2010 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.9. Apprentices who have obtained their trade certificates two to five years after starting their apprenticeship period – by study programme. 2010 cohort. Per cent.
Figure 7.10. Employment status as at November 2014 for skilled workers who obtained their trade/journeyman’s certificates in 2013–14 – by candidate category. Per cent.
Figure 7.11. Employment status as at November 2014 for apprentices/pupils who obtained their trade/journeyman’s certificates in 2013–14 – by study programme. Per cent.
Figure 7.12. Young people who have not completed and are not enrolled in upper secondary education or training – by age and employment status. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 7.13. Employment status of young people aged 16–25 who have not completed and are not enrolled in upper secondary education or training – by immigrant status and gender. 2014. Per cent.
Figure 7.14. Status in the following school year of young people referred to the Follow-up Service as at June 2014. Per cent.