The difference between the average performances of students with a higher or lower socioeconomic level, in 2015 in Spain, was 80 points in the three core skills: reading (80), science and maths (82). This is equivalent to an estimated delay of two years of teaching (the registered advancement in one school year represents around 40 points in the tests).
What future lies ahead for millennials? We will be discussing this question
with Fabrizio Bernardi, Professor of Sociology at the European University
Institute. From 29 November to 1 December, at CaixaForum Madrid. Event
Is it more difficult for young people to satisfy their aspirations today?
This report analyses in depth the divide that has opened between elderly
people and their grandchildren, a generation disenchanted with its future.
Is the Learning and Performance Improvement Programme (PMAR) effective for
the prevention of early school leaving? According to this study,
participating in the PMAR increases the probability of obtaining an ESO
qualification by 12%.
Despite the advances in recent decades, we are still a long way off from
achieving real gender equality. We analyse the differences in the labour
sphere and in the reconciliation of working life and family life.
Why in Spain are there growing numbers of rich but also increasing number
of poor people? This report analyses how an asymmetrical wealth
distribution model leads to a society that is advancing at two speeds.