Publications

2023

Transition to Estonian-language education in Tartu

The survey revealed that approximately 96% of parents are aware of the Tartu city government’s decision to switch to Estonian-language education by 2025. Most of the time, they heard about the decision either from the (social) media, the management of the educational institution or its staff. In general, parents are not happy with the decision, creating a lot of uncertainty among parents.

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2022

Arenguseireprojekt „Andmed tulevikuühiskonnas“

Millised tegurid ja trendid mõjutavad andmeühiskonna ja andmemajanduse arengut järgmise 10–15 aasta jooksul ning millised võiksid olla Eesti andmeühiskonna tulevikustsenaariumid aastal 2035? Töö tulemusel sündis neli arengustsenaariumi.

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2022

Awareness of the Tartu Youth Council among young people in Tartu II

Küsitlus oli korraldatud eesmärgiga uurida, milline teadlikkus Tartu Linna Noortevolikogust (TLNV) valitseb Tartu linnas elavate ja/või õppivate noorte seas 2022. aastal. Küsitluse tulemusel valminud järeldused ja soovitused aitavad paremini korraldada TLNV tööd, seada eesmärke eesootavaks aastaks ning kaasata Tartu noori oma tegemistesse.

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2022

Robotex Impact Study 2017–2019

This study aimed to explore the impact and importance of the Robotex event and to better understand its organisation and development needs. In addition to analysing other similar studies, this study included a questionnaire survey of Robotex participants and their supervisors.

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2022

Evaluation of the Centers of Excellence Measure

The study aimed to assess the achievement of the objectives of the first (2008–2015) and second (2014–2020) period of the measure “Supporting Centres of Excellence to Strengthen the International Competitiveness and Excellence of Research”, as well as the effectiveness, impact and role of the measure in Estonian science as a whole.

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2022

Estonian Communities Abroad: Identity, Attitudes and Expectations Towards Estonia

Between 150 000 and 200 000 Estonians live abroad, which is 15% of the Estonian population. They are connected to Estonia in diverse ways – each has its own story and reasons for emigrating. Estonia continues to want to keep in touch with all currently away from it and value every Estonian, regardless of their origin, migration background, or place of residence. A study was conducted to gain a better insight into this target group.

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