Hungarian country report is available from the project Children in school: Well-being and beyond

TARKI’s featured research project, titled Children in school: Well-being and beyond has reached an important milestone. The research aims to investigate children’s subjective well-being in their home-, school- and locality environment; it targets pupils in public schools aged 8, 10 and 12. The research is part of the project International Survey of Children’s Wellbeing (ISCWeB), connected to its 3rd wave. Fieldwork has been carried out in the spring of 2019; in 75 schools 1032 / 1043 / 1001 pupils aged 8 / 10 / 12, respectively participated in the survey based on the international questionnaire. The analysis started after the dataset has been finalized and controlled in the fall of 2019. The first outcome is an English language country report prepared for the international team, which can be found now on the ISCWeB website, together with several other country reports. The international launch of the country reports was cancelled in consequence of the coronavirus pandemic. 
At the same time the international dataset has also been published, which allows to prepare comparative studies in the near future. The first comparative results including the Hungarian child well-being data can be read in the volume of Social Report 2020 in Hungarian.
Grant number NKFIH NN 125715, main researcher Peter Robert.