The latest EENEE Analytical Report on Quality of School Life and Student Outcomes in Europe by authors Asenka Hristova and Ekaterina Tosheva.
There is little research offering consistent estimates of the quality of school life aspects across EU education systems and analysing their predictive value for different outcomes of schooling. This report aims to fill the existing gap by providing a research model for measuring the subjective quality of school life for EU students based on large-scale international assessments like the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
Using individual data from 189 468 15-year-old EU students who participated in the PISA 2018 assessment cycle, the analytical model provides valid subjective measures for six specific QSL dimensions:
You can read the full report here.