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If, however, the result of the NVALID question was greater than 0 then at least one of the sub-questions was answered while some of the other variables were left unanswered. Then these other variables were recoded as ‘No’ and the index was then calculated. Other variables Question 19 asked about the receipt of feedback on the functioning of the school from different groups. The option ‘the local school authority or the maintainer of the school’ does not apply in France and the option ‘external examinations boards (students’ results)’ does not apply in Sweden.
Schools are left out if the ratio of students to teachers (or to professional personnel at school, or to total personnel at school) is equal to or less than 1 or more than 100. 9. 8) The ratio of students to computers was calculated as the ratio of the total number of students in the school to the number of computers for students’ use in the school. Schools that reported that no computers are provided are included in the calculation. 9. 8) The ratio of teachers to computers was calculated as the ratio of the total number of teachers (full-time equivalents) in the school and the number of computers designated for teachers’ use.
For countries using the spreadsheet data entry method, the conversion to an ACCESS 97 file was straightforward. However, some data manipulation was often required because the spreadsheet data entry created two sheets: one for school-level data; and one for upper secondary programme-level data. There was no automatic linkage that ensured an accurate match between the school and its upper secondary programmes, so there was the possibility of error both in data entry and in data conversion. Because of its hierarchical structure, however, the ACCESS database automatically ensured that any anomalies were discovered and could be fixed.