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Democratic values, student participation and student influence should be as central to education as knowledge of different school subjects. This is clearly stated in the Swedish Education Act and the Swedish curricula.
In summary, the results from this study indicate that test-taking motivation appears to be an important factor to monitor in the context of PISA but that, at the same time, the declining results in PISA cannot to any greater extent be explained by students investing less effort.
This report maps the actors that run or own Sweden's independent preschools and schools. The report shows how many and who the actors are, as well as how they differ in terms of, for example, their size and forms of operation.
This review is intended to inspire teachers and principals, as well as forming a basis for discussions in schools and the organisations responsible for them about how to firmly root day-to-day school activities in scientific knowledge and proven experience.
The Swedish National Agency for Education publishes a compilation of descriptive data on pre-school activities, school-age child care, schools and adult education. The report has been translated into English for the years 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
The Swedish National Agency for Education has highlighted three major development areas for its 2013 assessment: All schools must be developed into good schools. Ensure supply of competent teachers. Schools and education providers need long-term conditions.