DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dp6339/poland_education) has announced the addition of the "Poland Education Industry Outlook to 2016 - Opportunities and Reforms" report to their offering.
The present study on Poland Education Industry Outlook to 2016 - Opportunities and Reforms analyses education industry in terms of pre-primary, elementary, secondary and higher secondary. Report gives an understanding of change in enrollment level and highlights a gap between past and present demand for education. Additionally, it discusses industry drivers, recent trends and developments, restraints and macro economy factors driving a change in the education industry in Poland.
Pre-school education in Poland underwent certain changes caused by a decrease in the number of pre-school children and by the partial introduction of fees into this type of educational institution which started from 2001 and carried over to 2007. The pre-primary education sector is expected to reach USD - million by 2016 at a CAGR of 10.4% during 2011-2016. The proportion of children between the age of three and five who attend kindergarten (early childhood education) has increased from 44% to 60% over the past three years, but the EU average is over 90%.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Poland Education Industry
1.1. Industry Overview
2. Poland Education Market Segmentation
2.1. Poland Pre-primary Education Market
2.2. Poland Elementary and Secondary Education Market, 2006-2011
2.3. Poland Higher Education Market, 2006-2010
3. Industry Driving Factors
4. Opportunities and Reforms
5. Market Restraints
6. Macro-economic Indicators: Historical and Projections
7. Competitive Landscape
8.1. Market Definition
8.2. Market Abbreviations
8.3. Research Methodology
- The American School of Warsaw
- The International American School of Warsaw
- The British School
- Primary School of Warsaw
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Source: Research and Markets