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Table 6 Results of regression analysis for safety (n = 869)

From: How do the digital competences of students in vocational schools differ from those of students in cooperative higher education institutions in Germany?

 OLSLAVM95MM85
Cooperative higher education (ref = vocational training).20 (.11)#.19 (.13).27 (.11)*.34 (.12)**
Female (ref = male)− .16 (.08)*− .21 (.10)*− .20 (.09)*− .23 (.09)*
Diverse (ref = male).40 (.50)1.15 (1.05).27 (.58).01 (1.17)
Social background.02 (.02).02 (.02).01 (.02).01 (.03)
Age.06 (.02)**.05 (.02)*.07 (.02)**.06 (.03)*
Year of schooling graduate.01 (.01).01 (.01).01 (.01).01 (.01)
Degree of vocational training (ref = no degree of vocational training)− .11 (.12)− .07 (.12)− .11 (.12)*− .09 (.13)
University entrance qualification (ref = no university entrance qualification)− .02 (.11)− .07 (.13)− .02 (.11)− .02 (.12)
  1. Unstandardized beta weight are presented, robust standard errors in parenthesis (LAV: Bootstrap standard errors)
  2. OLS ordinary least squares, LAV least-absolute value, M95 Huber-M-Estimator with a 95% efficiency of a normal distribution, MM85 MM-Estimator of 50% breakdown point a 85% efficiency of a normal distribution
  3. #p < 0.10, * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001