Excessive colleges in Hedmark and Møre og Romsdal contribute most to the pupils’ completion

There are main variations within the contribution of excessive colleges to scholar achievement. The colleges in Hedmark and Møre og Romsdal succeed greatest in getting college students to finish.

The so-called college grant evaluation from the Directorate of Training exhibits how a lot every college contributes to bettering the pupils ‘grades, and the way a lot the faculties contribute to the pupils’ consistency and stop them from leaving on the way in which.


The survey, which has checked out outcomes from excessive colleges, exhibits that the variations between counties are biggest by way of the diploma to which they achieve finishing and passing college students.

On the high are the examine preparation education schemes in Hedmark and Møre og Romsdal that contribute most to the pupils’ completion, with four.9 and three.6 proportion factors above the nationwide common respectively.

Oslo, Hordaland and Vestfold on the bottom
The colleges in Oppland and Akershus additionally contribute positively to the pupils passing 2 and zero.eight proportion factors above the nationwide common respectively.


Whereas the examine preparation packages in OsloHordaland and Vestfold are under the common of -1.eight, -1.three and -1.2 proportion factors respectively.

In vocational education schemes, these three counties are additionally in a major place on the subject of serving to college students full and move.

Right here too Hedmark and Møre og Romsdal do the most effective.


Sanner: The counties must contribute extra
Minister of Training and Integration Jan Tore Sanner (H) says that the survey exhibits that there are main variations in how a lot colleges contribute to pupils finishing highschool. He believes it will be important that colleges do extra for extra folks to finish.

– I’ve a transparent expectation that the counties particularly contribute to lifting the faculties which might be lagging behind, he says.

The survey takes under consideration the scholar base and exhibits, for instance, how the varsity lifts college students with a poor place to begin. The survey thus offers a extra nuanced image of the faculties’ outcomes, however the figures don’t give a solution as to why the variations come up.


The federal government has arrange an knowledgeable group to take a look at what units colleges aside, and the way colleges and faculty homeowners can contribute extra to pupils’ studying. The group will ship its first partial report in 2020.

– The federal government’s objective is that 9 out of ten college students will full and move increased training by 2030. If we’re to achieve the objective, we should study from those that succeed at the moment, and discover and share the nice initiatives that work, says Sanner.