• INTRODUCTION
  • 1. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ADMINISTRATION
  • 1.1. Background
  • 1.2. Basis for the education system: principles - legislation
  • 1.3. Distribution of responsibilities for the organization and administration of the education and training system
  • 1.4. Inspection/supervision/guidance
  • 1.5. Financing
  • 1.6. Advisory and consultative bodies
  • 1.7. Private schools
  • 2. PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION
  • 2.1. Organization
  • 2.2. Program of activities
  • 2.3. Assessment
  • 2.4. Teachers
  • 2.5. Statistics
  • 3. COMPULSORY EDUCATION/TRAINING
  • 3.1. Organization of the school
  • 3.2. Curriculum
  • 3.3. Assessment/certification
  • 3.4. Progression/guidance/transition arrangements
  • 3.5. Teachers
  • 3.6. Statistics
  • 4. POST-COMPULSORY GENERAL AND VOCATIONAL SECONDARY EDUCATION
  • 4.A. General Secondary Education (├╝ldkeskharidus)
  • 4.A.1. Organization of the school
  • 4.A.2. Curriculum
  • 4.A.3. Assessment/certification
  • 4.A.4. Progression/guidance/transition arrangements
  • 4.A.5. Teachers
  • 4.B. Vocational Secondary Education (kutsekeskharidus)
  • 4.B.1. Organization
  • 4.B.2. Curriculum
  • 4.B.3. Assessment/Certification
  • 4.B.4. Progression/guidance/transition arrangements
  • 4.B.5. Teachers
  • 4.6. Statistics
  • 5. INITIAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN ALTERNANCE
  • 6. HIGHER EDUCATION
  • 6.A. Non-university tertiary education
  • 6.A.1. Admission requirements
  • 6.A.2. Fees/Financial support for students
  • 6.A.3. Academic year
  • 6.A.4. Courses
  • 6.A.5. Assessment/qualifications
  • 6.A.6. Teachers
  • 6.B. University tertiary education
  • 6.B.1. Admission requirements
  • 6.B.2. Fees/financial support for students
  • 6.B.3. Academic year
  • 6.B.4. Courses
  • 6.B.5. Assessment/qualifications
  • 6.B.6. Teachers
  • 6.7 Statistics
  • 7. CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING FOR ADULTS
  • 7.1. Policy and legislative framework
  • 7.2. Management/Organizations involved
  • 7.3 Funding <br