Tartu City Government
The aim of the study was to provide suggestions how to provide more and better development opportunities for the youth by non-formal education.
The study commissioned by Tartu City Government was financed by the programme “Children and Youth at Risk”. It is aimed at improving the well-being of children and young people from birth to the age of 26 in Estonia. Programme is jointly run by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research, the Estonian Ministry of Justice, the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs, and by the Estonian Youth Work Centre as implementing agency.
A student with special educational needs attends first of all his or her school's hobby groups and that might lead to a large amount of information in this chart. Drawing diagrams - it is the best way to attractively present and analyse statistics.
Young people take part in very many different extracurricular activities because people and needs are different. But - the challenge is to arrange all the info into one (relatively simple!) picture.
Numbers without context are just useless data. On this diagram there are percentages which show how much of the schools´ pupils are actually involved in extracurricular activities and how much are still not. Only now it is possible to analyse which new hobby groups and how many to create.
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