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Total is the total number of students enrolled in public and private lower secondary education institutions.CPopulation, age 1117, male is the total number of males age 1117.RwandaqProportion, 4044, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 4044 with tertiary education.MYS.POP.1564.TER.MF,average years of total schooling, 25+, totalCPercentage of repeaters in Grade 2 of primary education, female (%)SE.SEC.PROG.ZSMYS.POP.2024.TER.MFBAR.SEC.CMPT.15UP.ZSUIS.XGDP.0.FSGOV.FDINSTADM.FFD2population in thousand, 1564, total, no educationCMRUIS.NER.23.GPILO.TIMSS.MAT4.LOWPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in humanities and arts is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in humanities and arts programmes.'Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Rural is the number of new rural pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the rural population of official entrance age to primary education. IA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2008: 1 euro = 0.585274 Cyprus pounds. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.eMean years of schooling, 5054, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 5054.UIS.LP.AG15T24EMICS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. FemaleHH.MICS.YRS.15UP.GIN.MDropout rate. Primary. Grade 2. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.DEnrolment in Grade 7 of secondary general education, female (number)%Enrolment in primary. Grade 1. TotalGender parity index for elderly literacy rateHH.MICS.GAR.456.Q3wAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Lower secondary. Public and private. Female~Population in thousand, 1519, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 1519 (in thousands) with tertiary education.;Population, age 79, total is the total population age 79.1average years of primary schooling, 5559, femaleMYS.PROP.1544.SEC.FEMYS.PROP.1519.NED.FE'School enrollment, preprimary (% gross)School age population. Primary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to primary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration. proportion, 15+, female, primaryMYS.POP.4044.SEC.MF.Net intake rate. Primary. Under age (1). MaleIMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 5!proportion, 5559, male, tertiarySPercentage of female population age 2529 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryGraduation age population. Primary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the primary school graduation age as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.HH.MICS.NIR.1.Q3lEducational expenditure on capital as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary.jPercentage of female population age 2024 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)^A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 340.75 Greek drachma. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with no educationBAR.PRM.ICMP.7074.FE.ZScPercentage of population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)*population in thousand, 15+, male, primaryzPopulation in thousand, 15+, male, primary is the total number of males over age 15 (in thousands) with primary education.CPopulation, age 1217, male is the total number of males age 1217.IOutofschool rate for children of lower secondary school age (%). FemaleFBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with no educationRepeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year.
UIS.DR.1.G6.MHH.DHS.OOST.X.Q2SE.SEC.DURS2Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Rural measures the degree of inequality in years of schooling in a society. It is calculated similarly to the Gini coefficient of income or wealth. Results range from 0 to 100 with 0 indicating perfect equality and 100 indicating perfect inequality.Iraq0PISA:Mean performance on the reading scale, maleMYS.MEA.YSCH.6569.FEHH.DHS.OOST.L.R
Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. Secondary and postsecondary nontertiary is the expenditure coming from public sources spent on secondary and postsecondary nontertiary education expressed as a % of GDP.ChileMYS.POP.1544.TER.FEOPercentage of trained teachers. Lower secondary. Male is the number of male teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the lower secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male teachers at the lower secondary level.GrenadaAverage years of secondary schooling, 1519, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 1519. MYS.PROP.6064.NED.MAwPopulation in thousands, 4044, female is the female population of 4044 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.QCurrent expenditure as % of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions (%)WAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Upper secondary. Public. FemalekProportion, 1564, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 1564 with secondary education.gMean years of schooling, 30  34, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 3034.ATGWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPopulation, age 25, maleBAR.TER.SCHL.3539MYS.PROP.25UP.SEC.MABAR.SEC.SCHL.6064SP.POP.AG07.TO.UNMUSPopulation, aged 7, female'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 10. TotalSE.XPD.SECO.PC.ZS%proportion, 80+, female, no educationDHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 5,population in thousand, 15+, female, primary?Gross entry ratio to lower secondary. General programmes. TotalMPercentage of repeaters in Grade 3 of secondary general education, female (%)YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary%proportion, 6064, male, no education@Lower secondary completion rate, total (% of relevant age group)zPopulation in thousand, 5559, male, primary is the total number of males age 5559 (in thousands) with primary education.SE.XPD.STCH.ZS.average years of total schooling, 2024, totalMYS.PROP.3539.TER.FEMYS.POP.3539.NED.FEkProportion, 5054, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 5054 with no education.Populati< on, aged 14, totalbAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in upper secondary education, malenPercentage of female population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.PROP.2529.PRI.MFPopulation in thousand, 80+, total, primary is the total number of people over age 80 (in thousands) with primary education.nEnrolment in primary. Grade 7. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 7 of primary education.>Survival rate to the last grade of primary education, male (%)
HH.MICS.NAR.1MYS.POP.25UP.TER.MAPercentage of repeaters in lower secondary. All grades. Total is the number of students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all students enrolled in lower secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of repeaters in all grades of lower secondary education by the total enrolment of lower secondary education and multiplying the result by 100.MYS.POP.15UP.NED.MFShare of all lower secondary school questionnaires that were returned with at least some usable data and captured in the EMIS system. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.MYS.POP.15UP.PRI.MAnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryMYS.PROP.65UP.TER.MA]Secondary completion rate. Male is the total number of male students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of male repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of male children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. Repetition rate in primary. Grade 2. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.KLLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, femaleSP.SEC.TOTL.FE.IN%Net enrolment rate, primary, male (%)>Teachers in lower secondary general education, female (number)Population in thousand, 65+, female, secondary is the total number of females over age 65 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G6.PUHH.MICS.GAR.456.MABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 2529, totalSt. Vincent and the GrenadinesRepetition rate in primary. Grade 5. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.SAdjusted net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, gender parity index (GPI)MYS.PROP.15UP.SEC.FE4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 4044, totalYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryHH.DHS.OOST.L.Q3{PASEC: 5th grade students above the Knowledge Base Rate on the mathematics scale (above 40% of answers correct) (%), femaleBRASE.SEC.NENR.FEBAR.PRM.ICMP.15UP.FE.ZSUIS.OFST.2.FMYS.PROP.2024.SEC.MATypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 3 is defined as the proportion of quintile 3 outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. GAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools with electricity. Primary. Public5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 6569, femaleHH.MICS.TR.12.Q4Fiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. In 2011, the Central Statistical Office revised national accounts data for 1990 onward.population in thousand, 80+, female, tertiaryPopulation, aged 4, female&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 1. Total~Population in thousand, 1544, male, secondary is the total number of males age 1544 (in thousands) with secondary education./population in thousand, 7074, female, tertiaryAfghanistanEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. General programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in general programmes at public upper secondary education institutions.QPopulation of the official age for upper secondary education, both sexes (number)
LO.LLECE.REA3ePercentage of population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)BSpending on teaching materials, primary (% of primary expenditure)Population, aged 23, totalpopulation in thousand, 1564, male, tertiaryNGender parity index for new entrants to primary education with ECCE experienceMYS.POP.15UP.TER.FESL.TLF.PRIM.ZSNational accounts have been revised from 2000 onward based on official government data; the new base year is 1988. The new series raises GDP significantly from previous estimates.#proportion, 3539, female, tertiaryQPercentage of female population age 25+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryMYS.POP.4549.PRI.MFSP.POP.AG25.MA.UN5Gender parity index for net enrolment rate. PrimaryMYS.POP.2024.TER.MA1average years of tertiary schooling, 3034, totalUPercentage of female population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary?Teachers in secondary vocational education, both sexes (number).Percentage of trained teachers. Primary. Total is the number of teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the primary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at the primary level.Percentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in primary education. Teachers salaries is the percentage of public current expenditures on primary education devoted to teachers salaries.Average years of secondary schooling, 75+, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people over age 75. =Percentage of repeaters in lower secondary. All grades. TotalTeaching staff in total tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private tertiary education institutions (ISCED 5 & 6). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.MYS.PROP.7074.TER.MFGAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 7. PublicMYS.POP.1544.NED.MAUIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WELEC&Graduates in science. Tertiary. FemaleSP.POP.AG13.FE.UNqProportion, 4549, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 4549 with tertiary education.mPopulation in thousands,75+, female is the female population over age 75 in thousands estimated by BarroLee.Population, ages 511, totalLO.LLECE.SCI6.FECRI=DHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Male.School age population. Postsecondary. TotalCHNdUnited Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.LMYPopulation in thousand, 15+, total, no education is the total number of people over age 15 (in thousands) with no education.DenmarkBAR.NOED.2529.ZSPopulation, ages 1117, male4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. TotalBAR.SEC.ICMP.2529.FE.ZS/Enrolment in secondary general, female (number)sProportion, 3539, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 3539 with secondary education.Pupil< s of the official school age. Secondary. Female is the total number of female secondary school students who are of the official secondary school age (ISCED 2 & 3). NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 3. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.uPopulation in thousands, 2529, total is the total population of 2529 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.MYS.POP.4044.SEC.MA
UIS.E.2.PUiTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Female is the proportion of female outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.Population, aged 1, femaleNet attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 4 is the proportion of quintile 4 children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. EGender parity index for school life expectancy. Primary to tertiary.LTIMSS: Mean performance on the science scale for eighth grade students, maleDMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. UrbanAverage years of tertiary schooling, 5559, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 5559. Enrolment in total secondary. Public. General programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in general programmes in public secondary education institutions.uNew entrants to Grade 1 of primary education with early childhood educational development experience, female (number)Population, ages 511, femalePopulation in thousand, 65+, total, no education is the total number of people over age 65 (in thousands) with no education.kProportion, 2529, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 2529 with primary education.0Adjusted net enrolment rate, primary, female (%)Percentage of repeaters in secondary. All grades. Male is the number of male students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all male students enrolled in secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of male repeaters in all grades of secondary education by the total male enrolment of secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. wBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)SE.TER.GRAD.OT.FE.ZSHH.DHS.OOST.L.MQTIMSS: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for eighth grade students, totalSP.POP.1418.FE.UNbBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary%Elderly (65+) literacy rate (%). Male)MICS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 1MInternational Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA)SL.UEM.TOTL.FE.ZS
UIS.OMR.566Teachers in upper secondary education, female (number)SE.SEC.ENRL.GC1average years of primary schooling, 6569, femalegProportion, 2024, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 2024 with no education.GAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 4. Public
UIS.OFST.2UIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WOTOILJOReMean years of schooling, 4044, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 4044.GPercentage of repeaters in Grade 5 of primary education, both sexes (%)hGraduates in services. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from services programs.Survival rate to grade 4. MaleUSA*population in thousand, 25+, male, primaryQPercentage of repeaters in Grade 6 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)#mean years of schooling, 65+, totalUIS.XGOVEXP.FNCURMYS.MEA.YSCH.5054.MFPopulation, aged 511, totalaTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement (%)DMICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 5Inbound mobility rate. TotalYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.PROP.2529.NED.MFPopulation in thousand, 1519, total, primary is the total number of people age 1519 (in thousands) with primary education.Population, aged 1117, maleMYS.PROP.2529.PRI.MAsAverage years of total schooling, 2024, total is the average years of education completed among people age 2024. UIS.R.1.G7.FHH.DHS.YRS.1519.U;Repeaters in primary education, all grades, female (number)'Elderly (65+) literacy rate (%). FemalePopulation, ages 1319, totalmProportion, 1519, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 1519 with tertiary education.MYS.POP.15UP.NED.MAEducational expenditure on salaries as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. is spending on education salaries expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for tertiary education (ISCED 5 & 6). Salaries and other current add up to the total current expenditure. Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. Salaries."HSecondary completion rate is the total number of students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. SP.POP.AG12.TO.UNSE.ADT.1524.LT.ZS/population in thousand, 1564, total, secondaryOECD membersRTIMSS: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for eighth grade students, femaleYMiddle East and North Africa regional aggregate (does not include highincome economies).UIS.E.1.Pu.FDropout rate. Primary. Grade 3. 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Quintile 56Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 5 is the number of new quintile 5 pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 5 population of official entrance age to primary education. BAR.NOED.5054.FE.ZSEGross enrolment ratio, primary to tertiary, gender parity index (GPI)< kProportion, 15+, male, no education is the proportion of the male population over age 15 with no education.GAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 1. PublicUIS.PRP.3.VROutbound mobile students (students from a given country studying abroad). TertiaryFPercentage of trained teachers. Upper secondary. Total is the number of teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the upper secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at the upper secondary level.PPercentage of population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryPAK IndonesiaPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 3. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. }Average years of primary schooling, 3034, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 3034. SP.POP.0014.FE.IN;Enrolment in lower secondary education, both sexes (number)LO.PIRLS.REA.MABDISP.PRM.GRAD.MA.average years of primary schooling, 75+, totalPercentage of female students. Preprimary is the number of female students at the preprimary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the preprimary level in a given school year.Population, secondary, femalePercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in science is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in science programmes.TSchool life expectancy net of repetition (years). Primary to lower secondary. FemaleBGross intake ratio to Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (%)DRepeaters in Grade 4 of secondary general education, female (number)KHMCDHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 1tEnrolment in agriculture. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary agriculture programs.UIS.NIRA.1.FPopulation in thousand, 2024, total, secondary is the total number of people age 2024 (in thousands) with secondary education.BAR.PRM.SCHL.15UPLO.LLECE.REA3.LOWBAR.TER.CMPT.5054.FE.ZSKPopulation of the official entrance age to primary education, male (number)MDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 5zEnrolment in secondary. Grade 8. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 8 of secondary education.,School enrollment, secondary, female (% net)MYS.PROP.4549.TER.MFSPercentage of female population age 6569 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryMYS.POP.4549.NED.MFMYS.POP.4549.PRI.MAiProportion, 2529, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 2529 with tertiary education.UIS.XSPENDP.56.FDPUB.FNNONS\Enrolment in postsecondary nontertiary education, public institutions, both sexes (number)QTeachers in postsecondary nontertiary vocational education, both sexes (number)&Enrolment in primary. Grade 5. FemaleSE.TER.GRAD.FE.AG.ZSPopulation, age 1, totalTZAUPercentage of female population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryUIS.E.23.GPV.G9.FMYS.PROP.7074.TER.MAiPercentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in secondary education. Teacher salariesMYS.MEA.YSCH.2024.MFUIS.XGDP.56.FSpr.FDinst.FFdHH.DHS.PCR.UPopulation, ages 1015, total=Percentage of private enrolment. Secondary is the enrolment in private secondary schools expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in secondary schools. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes.UIS.E.5.B.FPopulation in thousand, 4044, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 4044 (in thousands) with tertiary education.5DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 2,average years of total schooling, 75+, total
UIS.GER.1t6.FuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)MYS.POP.1519.SEC.MANet attendance rate. Primary. Total is the proportion of children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.BAR.PRM.SCHL.65697SACMEQ: Mean performance on the mathematics scale, maleTAll staff compensation as % of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions (%)
UIS.E.23.V.PUSP.POP.1524.MA.UNLTIMSS:Mean performance on the science scale for fourth grade students, male
UIS.DR.1.G3.MqProportion, 6569, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 6569 with tertiary education.>BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 15+, total9Dropout rate from Grade 5 of primary education, male (%)SL.TLF.TERT.ZSITA19980population in thousand, 25+, total, no educationNepalBAR.SEC.CMPT.1519.FE.ZS5Starting month of the academic year (Questionnaire A)%Outbound mobility ratio (%). Tertiary
UIS.E.56.F600UIS.E.3SP.POP.AG18.FE.UNUPercentage of female population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryWLD#Progression to secondary school (%)Population, aged 1419, totalPopulation, ages 1017, femaleSE.PRM.TCAQ.ZS?Enrolment in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants, femaleHH.DHS.NIR.1.Q1iPIRLS: Fourth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark in reading achievement (%)Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 4 is the proportion of quintile 4 children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.BarbadosSchool age population. Primary. Last Grade. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the last grade of primary school as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.1population in thousand, 3539, male, no educationABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 5054, total?Population, age 1319, total is the total population age 1319.XPercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. PreprimaryBAR.POP.3539PPopulation, age 10, female refers to the female population at the specified age.^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryOverage enrolment ratio. Primary. Female is the percentage of the female primary school age population (ISCED 1) that is over the official primary school age.QPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), male
FA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2008: 1 euro = 0.4293 Maltese lira. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.European Union aggregate.5population in thousand, 25  29, female, no education%Enrolment in primary. Grade 5. TotalSE.PRM.NENR.MAMYS.PROP.65UP.NED.FELEnrolment in total secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalUIS.R.23.GPV.G5.FPopulation, aged 1016, femaleUIS.OFSPPT.1.F$Student enrollment, tertiary, femaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.25UP.MA+population in thousand, 80+, total, primary
Arab World_Effective transition rate from prima< ry (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes (%). Female shows the real transition from primary to secondary regardless of repetition. This indicator better reflects situations in which pupils repeat the last grade of primary but eventually make the transition to secondary. It is defined for a given year as the number of new female entrants to the first grade of secondary in the following year expressed as a percentage of the female students enrolled in the last grade of primary education in the given year who do not repeat that grade the following year.oProportion, 25+, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population over age 25 with secondary education.Population, aged 7 9, totalLO.PISA.MAT.HIG.FEUIS.FOSEP.56.FUKSE.SEC.DURS.LO
UIS.TRTP.3SE.PRE.NENR.FEBased on official government statistics and International Monetary Fund data, national accounts data have been revised for 1990 onward. The new base year is 2007.RPercentage of repeaters in secondary general education, all grades, both sexes (%)~Population in thousand, 3034, female, primary is the total number of females age 3034 (in thousands) with primary education.Share of newly recruited female public upper secondary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.UIS.E.23.GPV.G5zPopulation in thousand, 3539, male, no education is the total number of males age 3539 (in thousands) with no education.SXM
UIS.REPR.1.G3rBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)Percentage of private enrolment. Lower secondary. Technical/vocational programmes is the enrolment in private lower secondary technical/vocational programmes expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in lower secondary technical/vocational programmes. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes.sAverage years of total schooling, 3034, total is the average years of education completed among people age 3034. vEnrolment in primary. Grade 3. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 3 of primary education.?Population, age 1018, total is the total population age 1018.YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 1 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 1 population of the given age group.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. BAR.PRM.CMPT.5559.FE.ZS0population in thousand, 5054, female, secondaryPopulation in thousand, 6569, female, secondary is the total number of females age 6569 (in thousands) with secondary education.QPercentage of repeaters in Grade 2 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)Gross intake ratio in first grade of primary education is the number of new entrants in the first grade of primary education regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the population of the official primary entrance age.%Youth illiterate population. % female
SeychelleswBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)UIS.E.23.AgI23.F
LO.LLECE.MAT3Population, ages 1014, femaleSE.PRM.PRS5.FE.ZSgTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. PrimarySouth AfricaOLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, femalePopulation, secondary, total>Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Urban is the number of urban children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of urban children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.LO.SACMEQ.MAT.HIG.FEUIS.SR.2.GPV.GLAST.CP.T1Gross enrollment rate (%), upper secondary, totalLO.LLECE.REA6.LOW.FE?Repetition rate in Grade 6 of primary education, both sexes (%)NEnrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 6 and 7 programmes, both sexes (number)1Secondary education, vocational pupils (% female)Repeaters in primary. Grade unspecified. Female is the number of female pupils enrolled in the same unspecified grade for a second (or further) year. 20251population in thousand, 1544, male, no educationUIS.XPUBP.3WPercentage of female population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryGEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. All programmes. TotalPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction programmes, both sexes (%)FinlandUIS.G.56.Fuk.dcount&PASEC: Mean performance on the mathematics scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, female is the average score on the 100 point mathematics scale for female 5th grade students. Note: Average differences are only significant between males and females in Benin, Gabon, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Burundi, Cote d'Ivoire, and Comoros. Since comparison is suggested by giving average scores for males/females, please take into account that these are only raw effects of gender. PASEC uses econometric models to validate the effect of gender in achievement.MYS.POP.1564.NED.FEYemen, Rep.}Average years of primary schooling, 4549, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 4549. 1Graduates in humanities and arts. Tertiary. TotalgTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Urban is the proportion of urban outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.\LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), malepopulation in thousand, 4044, total, primaryMYS.POP.80UP.PRI.FESchool enrollment, preprimary, male (% gross)/average years of total schooling, 5054, femaleUIS.DR.1.G7Moldova'proportion, 1544, female, no education%DHS: Secondary completion rate. UrbanHH.MICS.NAR.23.RSP.POP.AG17.TO.UNJMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 3DRate of outofschool children of primary school age, both sexes (%)nPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Humanities and Arts programmes, both sexes (%)@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 2024, female$School enrollment, primary (% gross)EPopulation, age 712, female is the total number of females age 712.HRepeaters in Grade 2 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)SE.TER.GRAD~Population in thousand, 3034, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 3034 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 7. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled i< n the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. CUWZPercentage of private enrolment. Tertiary is the enrolment in private tertiary institutions expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in tertiary institutions. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities.ATeachers in upper secondary vocational education, female (number)proportion, 15+, male, primaryjPercentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Humanities and Arts programmes, female (%)HH.MICS.NIR.1.RIEnrolment in primary education, private institutions, both sexes (number)Underage enrolment ratio. Primary. Total is the percentage of the primary school age population (ISCED 1) that is under the official primary school age.lPercentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in programmes in unspecified fields, female (%)QPopulation of the official entrance age to primary education, both sexes (number)UIS.UAPP.1.MHH.DHS.NIR.1.RIAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools with potable water. Primary. Public%Secondary education, teachers, femalePopulation, aged 15, totalGabon?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with no educationAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 3 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 3 population of the given age group.SE.PRM.NINT.FE.ZSUIS.SR.1.G5.GPIMYS.PROP.4549.TER.MAUIS.REPP.1.G1.FFOutofschool adolescents of lower secondary school age, male (number)nPercentage of female population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)HH.DHS.GAR.456.Q2sPrimary completion rate. Quintile 1 is the total number of quintile 1 students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of quintile 1 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 1 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. Population, aged 1418, femalePercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. oEducational expenditure in post secondary as % of total educational expenditure is the percentage of public education expenditure for post secondary education. Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private) and education administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities). In some instances data on public expenditure on education refers only to the ministry of education, excluding other ministries that spend a part of their budget on educational activities at a given level of education.
UIS.T.4.GPV.F8SACMEQ:Mean performance on the mathematics scale, femalePopulation, ages 1216, maleCPopulation, age 79, female is the total number of females age 79.UPercentage of female population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.MEA.YSCH.2024.MA?Population, age 1218, total is the total population age 1218./population in thousand, 7579, female, tertiaryBAR.NOED.4549.FE.ZSEPercentage of private enrolment. Lower secondary. General programmesbAfrica Dataset: Percentage of male teachers in primary education who are newly recruited, male (%)LO.LLECE.MAT3.MA
LO.PASEC.FRE5.School life expectancy, tertiary, male (years)MYS.PROP.6569.SEC.MAGraduation age population. Primary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the primary school graduation age as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.fPercentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Health and Welfare programmes, both sexes (%)April 2013 database update: Based on data from the National Bureau of Statistics, national accounts data were revised for 2001 onward; the base year changed to 2007.1population in thousand, 30  34, total, secondaryPopulation in thousand, 2024, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 2024 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Curacao&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 2. TotalHH.MICS.OOS.1.Q11average years of secondary schooling, 25+, femalejPercentage of female population age 6569 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)oProportion, 7579, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 7579 with secondary education.Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 7. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.0MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 5/Ratio of female to male tertiary enrollment (%)QStudents reaching the advanced international benchmark in reading achievement (%)Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 5 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 5 population of the given age group.%proportion, 3539, male, no educationU6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), totalBurkina FasoMYS.POP.6569.TER.MAgPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Education programmes, female (%)dMean years of schooling, 1564, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 1564lPercentage of female population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Population, age 9, female0average years of primary schooling, 6064, total>Enrolment in Grade 4 of primary education, both sexes (number)FMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. FemaleWorld Development IndicatorsgTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Rural is the proportion of rural outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with no education,School enrollment, primary, female (% gross),Percentage female teachers. Upper secondarySP.POP.AG03.MA.UNNShare of expenditure for tertiary education (% of total education expenditure)SE.SEC.ENRR.UP
UIS.ROFST.1.MSP.POP.AG23.FE.UNBAR.TER.CMPT.25UP.ZSMProportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 4 is the number of quintile 4 children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of quintile 4 children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.Percentage female teachers. Primary is the number of female teachers at the primary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers (male and female) at the primary level in a given school year. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or < the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Youth illiterate population. Female is the total number of females between age 15 and age 24 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.#Student enrollment, tertiary, total4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Total
BAR.SCHL.4044yBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)/population in thousand, 6064, female, tertiaryfPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Services programmes, female (%)?Population, age 1418, total is the total population age 1418.UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G6*School enrollment, primary, male (% gross)@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 3539, femaleBAR.PRM.CMPT.3034.FE.ZS.Secondary education, general pupils (% female)TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring at least 475 on the science assessment. Students at this benchmark can recognize and apply their understanding of basic scientific knowledge in various contexts. Students apply knowledge and communicate an understanding of human health, life cycles, adaptation, and heredity, and analyze information about ecosystems. They have some knowledge of chemistry in everyday life and elementary knowledge of properties of solutions and the concept of concentration. They are acquainted with some aspects of force, motion, and energy. They demonstrate an understanding of Earth s processes and physical features, including the water cycle and atmosphere. Students interpret information from tables, graphs, and pictorial diagrams and draw conclusions. They apply knowledge to practical situations and communicate their understanding through brief descriptive responses.wPopulation in thousands, 4549, female is the female population of 4549 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.PISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male is the percentage of male students below Level 1 (below 357.77 score points) on the mathematics scale.YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary
UIS.SR.1.G4.FSP.POP.0612.TO.UNvPopulation in thousands,5559, female is the female population of 5559 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.STP
UIS.DR.1.G7.F6MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 3<School enrollment, secondary, private (% of total secondary)Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 4. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. SE.SEC.ENRL.GC.FE.ZS$proportion, 5054, female, secondaryXEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. TotaluAverage years of total schooling, 4549, female is the average years of education completed among females age 4549. ^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G3.MSE.SEC.PROG.MA.ZS2020%proportion, 1544, male, no educationThe new reference year for chain linked series is 2010. April 2013 database update: Based on official government statistics, the base year for constant price series changed to 2005.SP.POP.1018.MA.UN#proportion, 1564, total, secondaryPopulation, age 6, female,population in thousand, 1519, male, primary/population in thousands (age 15+), 2529, totalIPopulation of the official age for primary education, both sexes (number)!proportion, 4564, total, primaryiStarting age of compulsory education is the official age when students should enter compulsory education.~Population in thousand, 25+, male, secondary is the total number of males over age 25 (in thousands) with secondary education.MYS.PROP.80UP.TER.FE3average years of secondary schooling, 1519, femaleMYS.POP.80UP.NED.FEPTIMSS:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for eighth grade students, maleSP.POP.1217.FE.UN?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 2529, total5Enrolment in lower secondary general, female (number)ADHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 3. TotalUIS.DR.1.G2 AustraliaHH.MICS.NAR.23.MrEnrolment in secondary. Grade 1. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 1 of secondary education.?Population, age 1117, total is the total population age 1117.1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 3. MaleSL.TLF.TERT.FE.ZSMYS.PROP.7074.NED.FEHH.DHS.NAR.23.U&proportion, 1564, total, no education.population in thousand, 5054, male, secondaryCPercentage of trained teachers. Total secondary. Male is the number of male teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male teachers at the secondary level.BAR.PRM.CMPT.25UP.ZSUIS.E.23.GPV.G6.FHH.MICS.NIR.1.MMEurope and Central Asia regional aggregate (including highincome economies).gProportion, 2529, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 2529 with primary education.3population in thousand, 5054, female, no educationPPopulation, age 12, female refers to the female population at the specified age.BAR.TER.ICMP.6064.ZSvPercentage of tertiary graduates in services is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied in the services field.MLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, totalGender parity index for school life expectancy. Primary to tertiary is the ratio of female school life expectancy (primary to tertiary) to the male school life expectancy (primary to tertiary). It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.LO.PISA.REA.HIG.MAkTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. All levelsUIS.FOSEP.56.F200Graduates in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from social sciences, business and law programs.[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary2pop< ulation in thousand, 30  34, female, secondaryHH.MICS.NAR.1.U(MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. MaleCOLLO.LLECE.MAT6.LOW
UIS.R.1.G7IDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 5HH.DHS.NAR.1.U:Teachers in upper secondary education, both sexes (number)/average years of total schooling, 6064, female UIS.AY.EY9Adult literacy rate, population 15+ years, both sexes (%)0population in thousand, 25  29, male, secondary.population in thousand, 4549, male, secondary
UIS.E.1.G6@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 3034, femaleUIS.AFR.NTP.1.PU.MUPercentage of female population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary
UIS.PRP.3.GPVpBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Percentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction programmes, female (%)WPopulation of the official age for the last grade of primary education, female (number)proportion, 25+, male, primaryMYS.POP.25UP.PRI.MFHH.DHS.GAR.456.FUIS.G.56.Fuk.dcount.FPopulation, age 3, femalegProportion, 6064, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 6064 with no education.*Repetition rate in primary. Grade 3. TotalGEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Total,Gross enrolment ratio, secondary, female (%)RSACMEQ:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleBLabor force with secondary education, male (% of male labor force)LO.TIMSS.MAT8.ADVBAR.SCHL.6064.FE%East Asia & Pacific (developing only)^PASEC: Mean performance on the French language scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, male%proportion, 30  34, total, secondaryTurks and Caicos IslandsHFemale share of graduates in unknown or unspecified fields (%, tertiary)LPercentage of population age 3034 with primary schooling. Completed Primary
UIS.E.3.GPV.F9Dropout rate from Grade 6 of primary education, male (%);Gross enrolment ratio, secondary, gender parity index (GPI)HH.DHS.OOS.1.Q4(Fragile and conflict affected situationsSE.TER.GRAD.HU.ZS%proportion, 4549, male, no education6Gross enrolment ratio, primary to tertiary, female (%)NTeachers in postsecondary nontertiary general education, both sexes (number)9Gross graduation ratio from primary education, female (%)5Literacy rate, youth female (% of females ages 1524)SE.SEC.ENRL.FE.VO.ZSUIS.R.23.GPV.G2.F
UIS.REPP.1.G6'Net enrolment rate, primary, female (%)MYS.PROP.3034.SEC.FEMYS.MEA.YSCH.7074.MA?Population, age 1317, total is the total population age 1317.zPopulation in thousand, 4044, male, primary is the total number of males age 4044 (in thousands) with primary education.GuamSP.POP.1216.TO.UNHH.MICS.TR.12.RHH.DHS.TR.12.R`Current education expenditure, tertiary (% of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions)BAR.PRM.ICMP.6064.ZSuPopulation in thousands, 4549, total is the total population of 4549 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.nEnrolment in primary. Grade 3. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 3 of primary education.dPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Education programmes, both sexes (%)6TIMSS: Eighth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring below 400 on the mathematics assessment. This indicator is calculated by subtracting the share of students reaching the low international benchmark from 100.DEnrolment in Grade 5 of secondary general education, female (number)zNew entrants to Grade 1 of primary education with early childhood educational development experience , both sexes (number);Youth literacy rate, population 1524 years, both sexes (%)BAR.TER.ICMP.5054.FE.ZSPopulation, ages 1016, totalMMRFBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with no educationHH.MICS.SCR.Q2GPercentage of repeaters in Grade 3 of primary education, both sexes (%)MYS.POP.3034.TER.FENet intake rate. Primary. Under age (1). Female is the number of new female entrants in the first grade of primary education who are one year younger than the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the female population of the primary school entrance age.GEO9Percentage of female population age 25+ with no educationPopulation, age 0, femaleDLabor force with primary education, female (% of female labor force)Educational expenditure on other current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. is spending on other current education expenditures (excluding salaries) expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for primary, lower/upper secondary, and postsecondary/nontertiary education (ISCED 1,2,3, and 4). Salaries and other current expenditures add up to the total current expenditure. Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. Other Current Expenditures.".average years of total schooling, 5054, totalnSurvival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes). Male is the share of male children enrolled in the first grade of secondary school who eventually reach the last grade of secondary school, regardless of repetition. To calculate this indicator, divide the total number of male pupils in the last grade of secondary education by the number of male pupils who originally enrolled in the first grade of secondary education, and multiply the result by 100. The survival rate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.Percentage of female graduates in tertiary education (ISCED 5 and 6) is the number of females graduating from ISCED 5 and 6 expressed as a percentage of the total number of ISCED 5 and 6 tertiary graduates (male and female).SP.POP.0509.MA.UNFemale labor force with tertiary education is the share of the female labor force that attained or completed tertiary education as the highest level of education.zPopulation in thousand, 25+, male, no education is the total number of males over age 25 (in thousands) with no education.UIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.PUPalauoProportion, 6064, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 6064 with secondary education.Average years of secondary schooling, 4549, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 4549. @BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 5559, totalLO.LLECE.MAT6.LOW.FEESTSP.POP.AG08.MA.UN
UIS.NIRA.1Population in thousand, 15+, total, primary is the total number of people over age 15 (in thousands) with primary education.BAR.TER.CMPT.75UP.ZSHH.DHS.YRS.1519.FHEnrolment in Grade 8 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)Ratio of female to male secondary enrollment is the percentage of girls to boys enrolled at secondary level in public and private schools.BGRSSDBAR.TER.SCHL.15UPMYS.POP.5054.SEC.FESE.XPD.TOTL.PC.ZSUIS.E.3.PU.FIrelandUIS.R.23.GPV.G7BAR.SCHL.3034.FENet intake rate. Primary. Under age (1). Male is the number of new male entrants in the first grade of primary education who are one year younger than the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the male population of the primary school entrance age."PASEC: Mean performance on the mathematics scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, male is the average score on the 100 point mathematics scale for male 5th grade students. Note: Average differences are only significant between males and females in Benin, Gabon, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Burundi, Cote d'Ivoire, and Comoros. Since comparison is suggested by giving average scores for males/females, please take into accoun< t that these are only raw effects of gender. PASEC uses econometric models to validate the effect of gender in achievement.,School enrollment, secondary, male (% gross)UIS.AFR.TRNTP.3.PU.MCzech Republic_Primary completion rate. Rural is the total number of rural students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of rural repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of rural children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. UIS.GER.1T6.GPIlPercentage of female population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)BAR.SEC.CMPT.6064.ZS=Overage enrolment ratio in primary education, both sexes (%)2PISA:Mean performance on the reading scale, female
North America@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 4549, female_LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male
Uzbekistan>Enrolment in Grade 5 of primary education, both sexes (number)QPercentage of female population age 15+ with primary schooling. Completed Primary)Europe & Central Asia (all income levels)bBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryTransition rate. Primary to Secondary is the proportion of pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. ePercentage of population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SP.POP.0406.TO.UN.population in thousand, 4044, total, tertiaryNet attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 5 is the proportion of quintile 5 children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. CPopulation of the official age for primary education, male (number)0population in thousands (age 15+), 3034, femalePopulation, aged 4, male
BAR.SCHL.3034eMean years of schooling, 80+, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population over age 80.FSpending on teaching materials, secondary (% of secondary expenditure)CGovernment expenditure per student, secondary (% of GDP per capita)(DHS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 1BAR.SEC.ICMP.6569.ZSHA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2014: 1 euro = 0.702804 Latvian lats. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 4 is the percentage of quintile 4 outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.Population in thousand, 6064, total, no education is the total number of people age 6064 (in thousands) with no education.rBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)KNA.population in thousand, 30  34, male, primaryPopulation, ages 1018, femaleIPercentage of trained teachers. Total secondary. Female is the number of female teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female teachers at the secondary level.QPercentage of female population age 75+ with primary schooling. Completed Primary
UIS.R.1.G23average years of secondary schooling, 2529, femaleTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in general programmes in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.JPopulation of the official age for tertiary education, both sexes (number)ISRBAR.PRM.CMPT.75UP.ZS.population in thousand, 3539, total, tertiary~Graduates in humanities and arts. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from humanities and arts programs.MYS.PROP.3539.PRI.FESL.TLF.PRIM.FE.ZS
UIS.E.1.G1SE.PRM.TENRMYS.PROP.25UP.TER.MFMYS.POP.25UP.NED.MFGreecePopulation, aged 1116, totalMYS.POP.25UP.PRI.MAjPercentage of female population age 6064 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)rTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 4 is the proportion of quintile 4 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. Enrolment in primary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public and private primary education institutions.MYS.PROP.15UP.PRI.MFT6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleBAR.PRM.ICMP.5559.FE.ZSSwitzerlandaverage years of total schooling, 75+, female#proportion, 7579, female, tertiary&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Total3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Male<Enrolment in total secondary. Public. All programmes. Female6DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 4Population in thousand, 6064, total, primary is the total number of people age 6064 (in thousands) with primary education.MYS.POP.3034.NED.MAUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G7.FRepetition rate in primary. Grade 6. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.4Percentage of population age 7074 with no educationuAverage years of total schooling, 75+, female is the average years of education completed among females over age 75. Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Rural is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the rural population of the given age group. ;Percentage of female population age 3539 with no educationOverage enrolment ratio. Primary. Total is the percentage of the primary school age population (ISCED 1) that is over the official primary school age.ePercentage of population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)RPublic current education< expenditure, primary (% of current education expenditure)UIS.LP.AG15T24.FNet attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 1 is the proportion of quintile 1 children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. Population, age 13, malenBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)BTeachers in lower secondary general education, both sexes (number)BAR.PRM.SCHL.2024fAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 6 of primary education (number)School age population. Primary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to primary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.TIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 4th grade students scoring at least 550 on the science assessment. Students reaching this benchmark can apply their knowledge and understanding of the sciences to explain phenomena in everyday and abstract contexts. Students demonstrate some understanding of plant and animal structure, life processes, life cycles, and reproduction. They also demonstrate some understanding of ecosystems and organisms' interactions with their environment, including understanding of human responses to outside conditions and activities. Students demonstrate understanding of some properties of matter, electricity and energy, and magnetic and gravitational forces and motion. They show some knowledge of the solar system, and of Earth s physical characteristics, processes, and resources. Students demonstrate elementary knowledge and skills related to scientific inquiry. They compare, contrast, and make simple inferences, and provide brief descriptive responses combining knowledge of science concepts with information from both everyday and abstract contexts.BAR.TER.CMPT.7074.ZSGMean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, totalARGPopulation, aged 16, total
UIS.REPP.1.G1SE.PRM.ENRR.FEoProportion, 80+, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population over age 80 with secondary education.New entrants to Grade 1 of primary education. Female is the number of female pupils entering primary education for the first time.BAR.SEC.CMPT.3034.ZSPPercentage of population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMEnrolment in preprimary education, private institutions, both sexes (number)Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 6. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. UIS.SR.2.GPV.GLAST.GPIkDuration of compulsory education is the number of years that children are legally obliged to attend school..population in thousand, 1564, total, tertiaryMYS.MEA.YSCH.5559.MFPopulation, aged 4 6, totalHDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Rural?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 5054, totalHH.MICS.TR.12.MGraduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from engineering, manufacturing and construction programs.HH.DHS.TR.12.MUIS.OAPP.1.FsAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, both sexes (%)Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 5. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.KLLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, female@Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. General programmes. MalePopulation in thousand, 6569, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 6569 (in thousands) with tertiary education.PNational accounts data have been revised from 2007 to 2013 based on IMF reports.MYS.POP.5559.PRI.FE'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. FemalePopulation, primary, femaleBAR.SEC.ICMP.3539.ZS`Teaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. TotalMYS.PROP.2024.TER.MF3PISA: Mean performance on the reading scale. FemaleSE.SEC.ENRL.VO.FEzEnrolment in secondary. Grade 1. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 1 of secondary education.HH.MICS.OOST.DO.R9Persistence to last grade of primary, total (% of cohort)JSurvival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes). TotalMYS.PROP.1544.NED.MF`Based on official government statistics for chain linked series; the new reference year is 2010.UIS.R.23.GPV.G10MYS.PROP.1544.PRI.MAUIS.T.5.B.FEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public upper secondary education institutions.UPopulation of the official age for the last grade of primary education, male (number)UIS.GGR.5.A.GPIRepeaters in secondary. Grade 4. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. MYS.POP.2529.SEC.FE UIS.T.5.A&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 3. TotalTeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private postsecondary education institutions (ISCED 4). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.=BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 25+, totaloProportion, 1544, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 1544 with secondary education.(Gross enrolment ratio, primary, male (%)?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with no education#proportion, 6064, female, tertiaryEnrolment in total secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private secondary education institutions. UIS.GAP.1United KingdomUIS.SAP.1.G1Average years of tertiary schooling, 6064, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 6064. MCOBelarusgProportion, 3034, total, primary is the proportion of < the population age 3034 with primary education.;Percentage of female population age 2024 with no educationSP.POP.0711.TO.UNMYS.PROP.4044.SEC.MF\Gender parity index for school life expectancy net of repetition. Primary to lower secondary8Enrolment in upper secondary vocational, female (number)&Duration of education, upper secondaryUIS.R.23.GPV.G2BBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 2024, femaleBAR.PRM.CMPT.7074.ZSePIRLS: Fourth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark in reading achievement (%)?Repetition rate in Grade 4 of primary education, both sexes (%)Enrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public postsecondary/nontertiary education institutions.MYS.PROP.4564.SEC.MA/population in thousand, 6569, female, tertiaryMale labor force with primary education is the share of the male labor force that attained or completed primary education as the highest level of education.mProportion, 2024, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 2024 with tertiary education.kProportion, 7074, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 7074 with primary education.sAverage years of total schooling, 2529, total is the average years of education completed among people age 2529. %Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 3. MaleSP.POP.AG13.MA.UNBAR.TER.CMPT.4044.ZSmLower secondary education completion rate is measured as the gross intake ratio to the last grade of lower secondary education (general and prevocational). It is calculated as the number of new entrants in the last grade of lower secondary education, regardless of age, divided by the population at the entrance age for the last grade of lower secondary education.OmanWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPercentage of private enrolment. Upper secondary. Technical/vocational programmes is the enrolment in private upper secondary technical/vocational programmes expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in upper secondary technical/vocational programmes. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes.School age population. Postsecondary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to postsecondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.MYS.PROP.1544.TER.FEUIS.REPR.1.G4.FOAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools without access to electricity (%) UIS.E.6.FgProportion, 3539, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 3539 with primary education.MYS.POP.4044.TER.MFPopulation, aged 1319, maleGender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. Preprimary is the ratio of female gross enrolment ratio for preprimary to male gross enrolment ratio for preprimary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. Montenegro declared independence from Serbia and Montenegro on June 3, 2006. Where available, data for each country are shown separately. However, for Serbia, some indicators, such as those series for which data appear only for Serbia and not Montenegroe.g., aid, environment, external debt, balance of payments, various social indicators excluding populationcontinue to include data for Montenegro through 2005. Moreover, data from 1999 onward for Serbia for most indicators exclude data for Kosovo, 1999 being the year when Kosovo became a territory under international administration pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999); any exceptions are noted. Kosovo became a World Bank member on June 29, 2009; available data are shown separately for Kosovo. In 2011, the Statistical Office of Serbia improved the methodology of national accounts data for 2003 onward. Specifically, the classification of sectors was revised. The new reference year for chain linked series is 2010.=Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. All programmes. Total4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. TotalSP.POP.AG01.FE.UNUIS.SR.1.G4.GPIMYS.POP.4564.TER.MA+population in thousand, 65+, male, tertiaryUIS.REPP.1.G7.MUAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Upper secondary. Public. MalejAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 2 of primary education (number)SwedenNTIMSS: Mean performance on the science scale for fourth grade students, femaleJNet intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, gender parity index (GPI)nGraduates in science. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from science programs.UIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G1.PUSE.ADT.LITR.MA.ZSiProportion, 15+, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population over age 15 with tertiary education.Repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. "proportion, 1544, male, secondaryBAR.TER.ICMP.4549.ZSLPercentage of population age 7074 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPGender parity index for gross graduation ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5A) first degreeiMean years of schooling, 25+, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population over age 25.UIS.E.0.AgI0.FPopulation, age 1, male/population in thousand, 1519, total, secondary8Gross enrolment ratio, primary and secondary, female (%)V3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), totalNPercentage of population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryPopulation, aged 9, male7Percentage of trained teachers. Lower secondary. MaleTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private upper secondary education institutions (ISCED 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 5559, femaleSP.POP.1418.MA.UNMYS.POP.6064.SEC.MFMTIMSS: Mean performance on the science scale for eighth grade students, total"proportion, 7579, male, secondary5Enrolment in upper secondary general, female (number)?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with no educationpopulation in thousand, 3539, total, primary)Repeaters in secondary. All grades. TotalSE.ENR.SECO.FM.ZSnPercentage of female population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)BAR.PRM.ICMP.3034.FE.ZSNPopulation, age 20, total refers to the total population at the specified age.wBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.PROP.25UP.TER.MATransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Urban is the proportion of urban pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. 0population in thousands (age 15+), 4044, female`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.PROP.15UP.NED.MF*DHS: Secondary< completion rate. Quintile 3SL.UEM.TOTL.MA.ZSMYS.PROP.15UP.PRI.MAWorld aggregate.VOutofschool children of primary school age in preprimary education, female (number)General government expenditure on education (current, capital, and transfers) is expressed as a percentage of GDP. It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.`A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 5.94573 Finnish markka. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.fGross primary graduation ratio. Male is the number of male graduates from the last grade of primary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the male population at the theoretical graduation age. The ratio can exceed 100% due to overaged and underaged children who enter primary school for the first time early/late or/and repeat a grade.&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 4. TotalDropout rate. Primary. Grade 2. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.SP.PRM.TOTL.INUIS.NE.1.G1SP.POP.1016.FE.UN)Gross enrolment ratio, tertiary, male (%)BAR.SCHL.4549.FE/population in thousand, 5054, female, tertiaryWPercentage of female population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryDRepeaters in Grade 2 of secondary general education, female (number)PPercentage of population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary#proportion, 4564, female, tertiaryEnrolment in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in unspecified tertiary programs.BAR.PRM.CMPT.4044.ZSNPopulation, age 25, total refers to the total population at the specified age.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. UIS.AFR.PBR.1.G5.PU.MATHLO.LLECE.SCI6.HIG.MAAverage years of secondary schooling, 25+, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females over age 25. +MICS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 1Gross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary). Female is the total female enrollment in primary, secondary and tertiary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total female population of primary school age, secondary school age, and the fiveyear age group following on from secondary school leaving. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.3Theoretical duration of secondary education (years)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 1. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.*population in thousand, 65+, male, primary[Expected primary completion rate. Female is the total number of new female entrants to the first grade of primary in a given year, regardless of age, who are expected to reach the last grade of primary education, regardless of repetition, expressed as a percentage of the female population at the official entrance age to primary education in the same year. It is calculated by multiplying the gross intake ratio to the first grade of primary education by the survival rate to the last grade of primary. This indicator is also known as "Expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary. Female."iMean years of schooling, 1544, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 1544.MYS.MEA.YSCH.5559.MAABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 1519, femaleEnrolment in preprimary. Public and private. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public and private preprimary education institutions.&Repeaters in primary. Grade 3. FemalecPercentage of population age 1519 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)gProportion, 2529, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 2529 with no education./Repeaters, primary, male (% of male enrollment)VSACMEQ:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), malePopulation, age 18, malePopulation, aged 1319, female2Official entrance age to primary education (years)MYS.PROP.15UP.TER.FEBAR.PRM.ICMP.4549.ZSApril 2013 database update: Based on IMF data, national accounts data were revised for 1990 onward; the base year changed to 1990.LPercentage of repeaters in secondary general education, all grades, male (%)MYS.MEA.YSCH.80UP.FEHH.MICS.NAR.1.Q1MYS.PROP.5559.TER.FE UIS.T.2.FMYS.POP.5559.NED.FEBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 3539, femaleDPercentage of repeaters in primary education, all grades, female (%)MYS.PROP.4549.PRI.MFCDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. MaleUIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WPOWATDistribution of students (%). Tertiary ISCED Level 6 is the enrolment in tertiary education at ISCED level 6 as a percentage of total enrolment in tertiary education. ISCED Level 6 is reserved for tertiary programmes which lead to the award of an advanced research qualification. The programmes are therefore devoted to advanced study and original research and are not based on coursework only. It typically requires the submission of a thesis or dissertation of publishable quality which is the product of original research and represents a significant contribution to knowledge. It prepares graduates for faculty posts in institutions offering ISCED 5A programmes, as well as research posts in government, industry, etc.SP.POP.AG00.TO.UNMYS.PROP.2024.TER.MAPopulation, aged 8, totalvAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Lower secondary. Public and private. TotalSyrian Arab Republic*Repetition rate in primary. Grade 4. TotalUIS.XCURP.4=Percentage of repeaters in upper secondary. All grades. Total+Adjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. MalesBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)mProportion, 3539, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 3539 with tertiary education.SL.TLF.SECO.ZS+population in thousand, 25+, male, tertiaryePercentage of population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMYS.PROP.1544.NED.MAkProportion, 5559, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 5559 with secondary education.,Gross enrolment ratio, preprimary, male (%)BAR.POP.15UPPopulation, ages 1115, totalEnrolment in primary. Grade unspecified. Total is the total number of students enrolled in unspecified grades of primary education.@BarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 75+, femaleSP.POP.0014.MA.INHH.MICS.YRS.1519.UTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. All levels is the expenditure coming from public, private and international sources spent on education expressed as a % of GDP.W6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), femaleMyanmarPOL%Enrolment in total secondary. PrivateMYS.PROP.1519.SEC.MF6Gross enrolment ratio, lower secondary, both sexes (%)eAfrica Dataset: Averag< e size of single grade classes in Grade 1 of primary schools (number of pupils)MYS.MEA.YSCH.15UP.FEcPercentage of population age 6569 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)SE.SEC.ENRL.FE.ZSMYS.PROP.7579.SEC.FEUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G2.PU.MATHTotal population between the ages 15 to 64 is the number of people who could potentially be economically active. Population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenshipexcept for refugees not permanently settled in the country of asylum, who are generally considered part of the population of the country of origin.gBased on IMF data, national accounts data have been revised for 2000 onward; the new base year is 2000.@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 3034, total"proportion, 25  29, male, primaryBAR.NOED.3539.FE.ZSPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 7. Total is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. FBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with no educationkProportion, 7579, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 7579 with no education.Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in unspecified and general programmes is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in unspecified and general programmes.SP.PRM.TOTL.FE.INLO.PISA.SCI.HIGRepeaters in secondary. Grade 4. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. ?Percentage of students in tertiary education who are female (%)MYS.PROP.4044.SEC.MAHUNABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 6064, femaleuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)3SACMEQ:Mean performance on the reading scale, totalEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public upper secondary education institutions.sAverage years of total schooling, 3539, total is the average years of education completed among people age 3539. BAR.SCHL.1519.FEsPrimary completion rate. Quintile 5 is the total number of quintile 5 students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of quintile 5 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 5 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. GEnrolment in postsecondary nontertiary education, both sexes (number)MYS.POP.1519.TER.MFSP.POP.1015.TO.UNPopulation, aged 1316, femaleSchool age population. Lower secondary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to lower secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.SE.TER.GRAD.SV.ZSUIS.XGDP.234.FDINSTADM.FFDBAR.TER.CMPT.3539.FE.ZSzPopulation in thousand, 7074, male, primary is the total number of males age 7074 (in thousands) with primary education.UIS.R.1.G2.FBAR.SEC.CMPT.4549.ZSMYS.POP.7579.TER.FEPopulation, ages 1017, total!proportion, 7579, male, tertiary0population in thousands (age 15+), 5559, femaleMYS.POP.6569.PRI.MFcAll education staff compensation, tertiary (% of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions)zPopulation in thousand, 7074, male, no education is the total number of males age 7074 (in thousands) with no education.LO.LLECE.MAT3.HIGoProportion, 15+, female, no education is the proportion of the female population over age 15 with no education.[Percentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Science programmes, both sexes (%)"proportion, 7074, total, tertiary0Teachers in secondary education, female (number)MYS.POP.4044.TER.MALO.SACMEQ.MAT.LOW.FELO.PASEC.FRE5.HIG.FE/DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 4'Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Urban is the number of new urban pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the urban population of official entrance age to primary education. Average years of secondary schooling, 3539, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 3539. PISA: Mean performance on the science scale, female is the average score of 15yearold female students on science literacy scale.HH.DHS.OOST.DO.UQTIMSS:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for fourth grade students, totalNPopulation, age 10, total refers to the total population at the specified age.SE.TER.ENRRBosnia and HerzegovinasProportion, 65+, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population over age 65 with secondary education.SP.POP.AG18.MA.UNgProportion, 65+, total, primary is the proportion of the population over age 65 with primary education.BAR.PRM.SCHL.7074gPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in engineering, manufacturing and constructionMYS.POP.3539.SEC.MFuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. Secondary and postsecondary nontertiary is the expenditure coming from private sources spent on secondary and postsecondary nontertiary education expressed as a % of GDP.Pupilteacher ratio, primaryTransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Rural is the proportion of rural pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G4.FJamaicauPopulation in thousands, 1519, total is the total population of 1519 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.UIS.TRTP.3.GPIoProportion, 2529, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 2529 with primary education.
UIS.PRP.2.GPV>Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in educationSP.POP.AG06.FE.UN"proportion, 6569, total, tertiaryTertiary education, teachers:Pupilteacher ratio in primary education (headcount basis)MYS.POP.6064.SEC.MAPopulation, ages 1017, maleCPopulation, age 1015, male is the total number of males age 1015.MYS.PROP.15UP.NED.MAREast Asia and Pacific regional aggregate (does not include highincome economies).>Government expenditure in primary institutions as % of GDP (%)FBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with no education`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary$Elderly illiterate population. TotalTechnical/vocational enrolment in secondary (ISCED 2 and 3) as % of total secondary enrolment (ISCED 2 and 3), female is the percentage of all female lower and upper secondary students enrolled in technical/vocational education programs including teacher training, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female students who are enrolled in lower and upper secondary education.IDNiProportion, 7074, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 7074 with tertiary education.Population, age 6, maleTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Female is the percentage of female outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a scho< olage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.Population, aged 1215, total5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Female4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 3034, totalLO.PIRLS.REA.LOW9Theoretical duration of upper secondary education (years)PGraduates in humanities and arts, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)HDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 4NLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 4th grade students, totalMYS.PROP.1564.PRI.FEiMean years of schooling, 6064, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 6064.ZAFsProportion, 80+, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population over age 80 with secondary education.3Gender parity index for gross intake ratio. PrimaryPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. GEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public. All programmes. Total'Europe & Central Asia (developing only)BAR.TER.CMPT.5559.ZSPopulation, ages 1418, male]LLECE: 3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), totalLO.LLECE.REA6.FEBAR.SEC.CMPT.1519.ZS=Population, age 712, total is the total population age 712.4Enrolment in primary. Public. All programmes. FemaleYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondarySE.PRM.PRS5.MA.ZSRussian FederationBAR.SEC.SCHL.1519#Primary school starting age (years)SE.SEC.TCHR.FESerbiavEnrolment in primary. Grade 4. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 4 of primary education.Female labor force with primary education is the share of the female labor force that attained or completed primary education as the highest level of education.0population in thousand, 4044, female, secondary1Repeaters, secondary, male (% of male enrollment)>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 2024, femaleOLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, female[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondaryproportion, 15+, male, tertiaryHH.DHS.NAR.1.Q4Population, aged 1117, totalAverage years of primary schooling, 75+, female is the average years of primary education completed among females over age 75. KEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. General programmes. TotalGPercentage of repeaters in Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (%)Share of primary schools without a drinking water facility or water delivery point that is designed to protect water from external contamination, particularly of fecal origin. Examples of potable drinking water facilities include pipeborne water, protected well, borehole, protected spring water and rainwater. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.0Graduates in health and welfare. Tertiary. Total^Percentage of teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, gender parity index (GPI)$proportion, 20  24, female, primary>Percentage of repeaters in upper secondary. All grades. Female&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Total?BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 75+, femaleUIS.E.1.G6.FHH.MICS.PCR.Q45Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. FemaleeAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade classes in Grade 2 of primary schools (number of pupils)MYS.PROP.1519.SEC.MA\Africa Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public upper secondary education, both sexes (%)gPercentage of tertiary graduates in science is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied science.)Mean performance on the mathematics scalegProportion, 4044, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 4044 with primary education.
UIS.ECDP.1SP.POP.AG05.TO.UNMacedonia, FYRHOutofschool rate for children of lower secondary school age (%). TotalEPopulation, age 511, female is the total number of females age 511.2average years of secondary schooling, 4549, totaldTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Total7PISA: Mean performance on the mathematics scale. FemaleoProportion, 7074, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 7074 with secondary education.(Overage enrolment ratio. Primary. TotalTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 1 is the percentage of quintile 1 outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.Population, aged 17, totalSE.PRM.NINT.MA.ZSPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 1. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Population, ages 59, female/population in thousands (age 15+), 5559, totallPercentage of female population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)BBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 4549, femaleUIS.REPR.1.G1.F UIS.E.3.FBWAqEducational expenditure in lower secondary as % of total educational expenditure is the percentage of public education expenditure for lower secondary education. Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private) and educa< tion administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities). In some instances data on public expenditure on education refers only to the ministry of education, excluding other ministries that spend a part of their budget on educational activities at a given level of education.HH.MICS.NAR.23.Q1,Labor force, female (% of total labor force)Population, aged 1418, maleBAR.PRM.CMPT.5559.ZSMYS.POP.1519.TER.MAMYS.MEA.YSCH.65UP.FE'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. FemaleOutofschool children of primary school age. Male is the total number of male primaryschoolage children who are not enrolled in either primary or secondary schools.bGross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Female is the number of female postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the population of females of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.=Survival rate to Grade 5 of primary education, both sexes (%)&proportion, 30  34, female, secondary#proportion, 6569, female, tertiaryMYS.PROP.6569.TER.MFMYS.POP.6569.NED.MFOutofschool children of primary school age enrolled in preprimary education. Female is the total number of female primaryschoolage children who are enrolled in preprimary education. MYS.POP.6569.PRI.MABAR.TER.CMPT.2529.ZS"proportion, 6064, female, primaryIPercentage of trained teachers. Preprimary. Female is the number of female teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the preprimary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female teachers at the preprimary level.4Percentage of population age 6064 with no educationSE.XPD.TERT.PC.ZS8Enrolment in lower secondary vocational, female (number)ECAPopulation, aged 713, female;Percentage of female population age 2529 with no educationLO.LLECE.REA6.LOWiTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of science achievement (%)^Percentage of male students in secondary education enrolled in vocational programmes, male (%)"mean years of schooling, 65+, maleFGraduates in education, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)Population, aged 22, maleQGender parity index for transition rate, primary to secondary, general programmesHH.MICS.GAR.456.Q2gPercentage of population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)UIS.G.56.F300.dcount
BAR.SCHL.70743population in thousand, 5559, female, no education&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 4. Total5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. FemaleABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 7074, femaleInbound mobility rate. Tertiary. Total is the number of students from abroad studying in a given country, as a percentage of the total tertiary enrollment in that country.MYS.POP.3539.SEC.MA<BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 75+, female>DHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. RuralBAR.TER.SCHL.2024KGraduates in unknown or unspecified fields (% of total graduates, tertiary)population in thousand, 25+, female, tertiaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 1. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.#proportion, 1544, female, tertiarykProportion, 3034, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 3034 with secondary education.5Government expenditure on education, total (% of GDP)IMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 4LO.SACMEQ.MAT.HIGIDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 3LO.SACMEQ.REA.MAPopulation in thousand, 1564, total, no education is the total number of people age 1564 (in thousands) with no education."proportion, 5559, female, primaryrBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)0population in thousands (age 15+), 6569, femaleHH.MICS.NIR.1.Q2#proportion, 1519, total, secondary=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 3539, total~Population in thousand, 4549, female, primary is the total number of females age 4549 (in thousands) with primary education.SP.POP.0510.TO.UNUIS.AFR.GTCTR.2.T1Labor force with secondary education (% of total)jGross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 2 is the number of quintile 2 postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 2 population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.LO.PISA.REA.LOW.MAzPopulation in thousand, 1544, male, primary is the total number of male
!"#$%&'()*+,./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}~s age 1544 (in thousands) with primary education..population in thousand, 1544, female, primaryINDNExpenditure on upper secondary as % of government expenditure on education (%)HH.DHS.OOST.X.Q1SP.POP.AG23.MA.UN`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary6Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 3 is the number of new quintile 3 pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 3 population of official entrance age to primary education. 0population in thousand, 4564, female, secondary/population in thousand, 25  29, male, tertiarypopulation in thousand, 1519, male, tertiary)MICS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 5>Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Rural is the number of rural children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of rural children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.{General government expenditure on education (current, capital, and transfers) is expressed as a percentage of total general government expenditure on all sectors (including health, education, social services, etc.). It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.sProportion, 4044, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 4044 with secondary education.LPopulation, age 21, male refers to the male population at the specified age.UIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.MIXTOILMYS.PROP.1564.NED.FEPopulation, aged 710, female.population in thousand, 7579, female, primaryBPercentage of graduates from tertiary education who are female (%)SP.POP.AG11.FE.UNMYS.PROP.80UP.PRI.FENPopulation, age 12, total refers to the total population at the specified age.0average years of primary schooling, 2529, totalPopulation in thousand, 3539, total, no education is the total number of people age 3539 (in thousands) with no education.MYS.PROP.2024.NED.FELatvia#proportion, 5054, female, tertiaryBAR.PRM.CMPT.2529.ZSLO.SACMEQ.REA.LOW.MAHRepeaters in Grade 3 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)uSecondary completion rate. Quintile 1 is the total number of quintile 1 students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of quintile 1 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 1 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. &MICS: Secondary completion rate. UrbanbBarr< oLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryBAR.PRM.SCHL.6064Population, ages 1115, male2School life expectancy (years). Tertiary. FemaleY3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male
HH.MICS.PCR.FBAR.SEC.SCHL.25UP.FEDHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 4SurinameFiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Country reports using a blend of SNA 1993 and SNA 2008. April 2012 database update: National accounts time series were replaced with official government statistics.BAR.SEC.SCHL.5054.FESE.TER.GRAD.FE.SS.ZS~Population in thousand, 5054, female, no education is the total number of females age 5054 (in thousands) with no education.`Africa Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in primary education, both sexespBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)BAR.PRM.CMPT.1519.FE.ZSIRate of outofschool adolescents of lower secondary school age, male (%)NPopulation, age 17, total refers to the total population at the specified age.iMean years of schooling, 6569, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 6569.MPopulation, age 0, total refers to the total population at the specified age.UIS.AFR.TRNTP.1.PU.FSP.POP.1217.MA.UNePercentage of students in upper secondary education enrolled in vocational programmes, both sexes (%)Enrolment in total secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public and private secondary education institutions.&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 5. TotalShare of newly recruited female public lower secondary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.BAR.POP.3034eAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade classes in Grade 3 of primary schools (number of pupils)HRVmPercentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in primary education. All personnel salariesLAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Primary. Public. FemaleBTNGEnrolment in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. TotalHEnrolment in Grade 6 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)CPopulation, age 1316, male is the total number of males age 1316.5Elderly literacy rate, population 65+ years, male (%)lGross primary graduation ratio. Female is the number of female graduates from the last grade of primary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the female population at the theoretical graduation age. The ratio can exceed 100% due to overaged and underaged children who enter primary school for the first time early/late or/and repeat a grade."Entrance age of 3A upper secondaryHH.DHS.OOST.L.Q2rEnrolment in secondary. Grade 9. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 9 of secondary education.MDGVIRMYS.POP.4044.NED.FEbCurrent education expenditure, secondary (% of total expenditure in secondary public institutions)UIS.FOSEP.56.F600.F#Adult illiterate population. Female>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 3034, femalePopulation in thousand, 1564, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 1564 (in thousands) with tertiary education.SE.TER.GRAD.FEPopulation in thousand, 5054, total, secondary is the total number of people age 5054 (in thousands) with secondary education.SPercentage of female population age 4044 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryIA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2011: 1 euro = 15.6466 Estonian kroon. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries. UIS.TEP.6Sao Tome and PrincipeBAR.POP.3034.FECDHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 5?Repetition rate in Grade 2 of primary education, both sexes (%)Population, aged 1115, male>Gross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes. Female~Population in thousand, 7074, male, secondary is the total number of males age 7074 (in thousands) with secondary education.Fiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Data for Indonesia include TimorLeste through 1999 unless otherwise noted. New base year is 2010.PPercentage of population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary?Graduates in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. TotalKorea, Rep.HH.DHS.YRS.15UP.GIN.U1School age population. Primary. Last Grade. TotalEnrolment in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private 5A tertiary education institutions. ISCED 5A tertiary education is defined as tertiary programmes that are largely theoretically based and are intended to provide sufficient qualifications for gaining entry into advanced research programmes and profession with high skills requirements.MYS.PROP.6569.TER.MA proportion, 25+, female, primaryNMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 2SE.SEC.CMPT.LO.MA.ZS+Net enrolment rate, preprimary, female (%)
UIS.DR.1.G2.F>Underage enrolment ratio in primary education, both sexes (%)ZAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade classes in primary schools (number of pupils)Population, aged 9, totalNet attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 2 is the proportion of quintile 2 children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. *Repetition rate in primary. Grade 5. TotalRShare of primary schoolage children enrolled in preprimary education (%). Female~Population in thousand, 2529, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 2529 (in thousands) with tertiary education.LiberiaWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. Value added current series updated by the Australian Bureau of Statistics; data revised from 1990 onward; Australia reports using SNA 2008.BAR.TER.SCHL.6064.FESP.POP.1116.FE.UNJapan$mean years of schooling, 65+, female Swaziland8Teachers in secondary general education, female (number)2DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. FemaleBAR.SEC.SCHL.2024.FEproportion, 65+, male, primaryGender parity index for % repeaters. All grades. Primary is the ratio of female percentage of repeaters in primary to the male percentage of repeaters in primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.
UIS.AIR.1.GPIRepeaters in primary. Grade 1. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. 'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 3. FemalezPopulation in thousand, 15+, male, no education is the total number of males over age 15 (in thousands) with no education.UIS.AFR.PBR.1.G6.PU.MATHLO.TIMSS.MAT8.FEUIS.AIR.2.GPV.MBAR.SEC.SCHL.75UPPopulation, ages 712, female$mean years of schooling, 6064, male7MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 2SE.PRE.ENRL.FEVFemale share of graduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction (%, tertiary)jPercentage of female population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary))proportion, 30  34, female, no educationBrazilgProportion, 6569, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 6569 with no education..MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 4%Pupilteacher ratio.< Upper secondarywBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Population, preprimary, male^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryUIS.E.23.GPV.G1.FNet attendance rate. Secondary is the proportion of children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. HH.DHS.NIR.1.Q5HH.DHS.NAR.23.Q4OMNFLabor force with secondary education, female (% of female labor force)MYS.POP.65UP.SEC.FESE.PRE.TCHR.FECBased on official government statistics; the new base year is 2009.Based on data from the Bureau of Statistics, national accounts data on the expenditure side have been revised from 2005 onward; the new base year is 2005..population in thousands (age 15+), 75+, femalePopulation, ages 1018, totalPercentage of repeaters in upper secondary. All grades. Female is the number of female students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all female students enrolled in upper secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of female repeaters in all grades of upper secondary education by the total female enrolment of upper secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. =New entrants to Grade 1 of primary education, female (number)AustriaSE.PRE.ENRL2average years of secondary schooling, 7074, total1population in thousand, 1564, male, no educationUIS.GGR.2.GPV.F
HH.DHS.OOST.XIPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%)19820Enrolment in primary. Grade unspecified. FemaleUIS.T.23.V.FAverage years of tertiary schooling, 3034, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 3034. mTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)Population, aged 510, male.School enrollment, secondary, female (% gross)LO.PASEC.MAT5.LOiMean years of schooling, 1564, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 1564.Population, ages 1318, femalePISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female is the percentage of female students at Level 6 (above 698.32 score points) on the reading scale.UIS.G.56.Fuk2.dcountBAR.TER.ICMP.3539.FE.ZShTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. PreprimaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 6. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.GNQFBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with no educationmTIMSS: Fourth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)BAR.PRM.SCHL.6064.FE]LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), femaleKEast Asia and Pacific regional aggregate (including highincome economies).SE.XPD.PRIM.ZS0population in thousand, 7579, female, secondary proportion, 15+, total, tertiary.average years of total schooling, 1519, totalUIS.E.23.GPV.G9UIS.TRTP.2.M>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 4549, female.population in thousand, 4564, male, secondary
UIS.REPR.1.G7population in thousand, 6064, total, primaryMYS.POP.4564.PRI.MFLPopulation, age 10, male refers to the male population at the specified age.HH.MICS.OOST.X.FSP.POP.AG16.FE.UNTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. Preprimary is the expenditure coming from public sources spent on preprimary education expressed as a % of GDP.BAR.TER.SCHL.3034.FEEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public and private upper secondary education institutions.'Graduates in services. Tertiary. FemaleSE.PRE.TCHR=Population, age 611, total is the total population age 611.UIS.THDUR.0BAR.SEC.SCHL.75UP.FETransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 2 is the proportion of quintile 2 pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. 7Overage enrolment ratio in primary education, male (%)GAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Upper secondary. Public. Female8Percentage of trained teachers. Lower secondary. TotalTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. Primary is the expenditure coming from private sources spent on primary education expressed as a % of GDP.eAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade classes in Grade 4 of primary schools (number of pupils)iProportion, 2024, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 2024 with tertiary education.YEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. FemalePopulation, aged 1216, total4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 3539, totalHH.MICS.NAR.23MYS.PROP.25UP.PRI.MFSLEMYS.MEA.YSCH.4044.FEPopulation in thousand, 4564, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 4564 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Government expenditure per student is the average general government expenditure (current, capital, and transfers) per student in the given level of education, expressed as a percentage of GDP per capita.7MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 47Enrolment in preprimary education, both sexes (number)^Percentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Science programmes, female (%)&mean years of schooling, 20  24, malerTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 2 is the proportion of quintile 2 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. SE.PRM.UNER.FEMYS.PROP.3034.NED.MF=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 6064, total[LLECE: 3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleMYS.PROP.3034.PRI.MA1DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. RuraleTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. FemaleAverage years of primary schooling, 7074, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 7074. BAR.TER.SCHL.7074GPopulation, age 1015, female is the total number of females age 1015.PPercentage of population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryBEnrolment in primary education, Grade unspecified, female (number)kProportion, 6569, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 6569 with primary education.jPercentage of female population age 5054 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)Gender parity index for net enrolment rate. Primary is the ratio of female net enrolment rate for primary to the male net enrolment rate for primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. 2average years of secondary schooling, 2024, totalEAPkProportion, 2024, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 2024 with no education.3Enrolment in preprimary education, female (number)FElderly literacy rate, population 65+ years, gender parity index (GPI)Graduates in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from social sciences, business and law programs.Antigua and BarbudaSL.TLF.PRIM.MA.ZS"proportion, 65+, female, secondaryPercentage of repeaters in primary. < Grade 5. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. MPopulation, age 2, total refers to the total population at the specified age.FBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with no educationSP.POP.0712.MA.UNCYP1average years of tertiary schooling, 2529, totalPopulation, aged 1118, totalKosovo became a World Bank member on June 29, 2009. Since 1999, Kosovo has been a territory under international administration pursuant to UN Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999).{School life expectancy (years). Primary to secondary. Male is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.0average years of primary schooling, 5054, totalEnrolment in total tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Male is the total number of male students enrolled at public and private tertiary education institutions.Graduates in humanities and arts. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from humanities and arts programs.BAR.PRM.SCHL.3034.FEzPopulation in thousand, 80+, male, primary is the total number of males over age 80 (in thousands) with primary education.SE.TER.ENRL.FEiProportion, 4044, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 4044 with tertiary education.&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. TotalAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Urban is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the urban population of the given age group.GPopulation, age 1016, female is the total number of females age 1016.HH.DHS.OOST.DO.FGNumber of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants. Total5DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 1MYS.PROP.3034.TER.FEMPopulation, age 7, total refers to the total population at the specified age.BAR.SEC.CMPT.6064.FE.ZSLPopulation, age 22, male refers to the male population at the specified age.SE.TER.TCHR.FEUIS.TRTP.2.GPILO.PASEC.MAT5.HIG.FEsProportion, 25+, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population over age 25 with secondary education.~Population in thousand, 1564, female, no education is the total number of females age 1564 (in thousands) with no education.Population, aged 18, totalNet attendance rate. Secondary. Urban is the proportion of urban children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. MYS.POP.5054.NED.MFMYS.POP.5054.PRI.MAUIS.TEP.5.BHH.MICS.OOS.1.Q5Y6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), maleAverage years of tertiary schooling, 2529, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 2529.
San MarinoUIS.E.2,population in thousand, 20  24, male, noeduGPopulation, age 1017, female is the total number of females age 1017.%mean years of schooling, 7579, total1PISA: Mean performance on the science scale. MaleRUSCHENPercentage of population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryDRepeaters in Grade 9 of secondary general education, female (number)
UIS.NIR.1.GPI2DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. FemalekProportion, 1519, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 1519 with no education.MYS.PROP.5054.SEC.FELBNMYS.POP.80UP.SEC.MF\Percentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Lower secondaryHCurrent expenditure as % of total expenditure in public institutions (%)GUY>Repeaters in Grade 2 of primary education, both sexes (number)Population in thousand, 7074, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 7074 (in thousands) with tertiary education.
UIS.T.2.GPV.F UIS.E.2.VPopulation, age 20, female%proportion, 1564, male, no educationuPopulation in thousands, 3539, total is the total population of 3539 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.SP.POP.0611.FE.UN;Dropout rate from Grade 3 of primary education, female (%)School age population. Postsecondary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to postsecondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with no education#proportion, 25  29, male, tertiaryOPopulation, age 9, female refers to the female population at the specified age.
Cabo VerdedTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. TotalGPopulation, age 1018, female is the total number of females age 1018.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 4. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.Percentage of new entrants to Grade 1 of primary education with early childhood educational development experience, male (%)Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. MYS.POP.5054.TER.FEuAverage years of total schooling, 6569, female is the average years of education completed among females age 6569. APopulation, age 612, male is the total number of males age 612.<Enrolment in lower secondary vocational, both sexes (number)aMean years of schooling, 15+, total is the mean years of schooling of the population over age 15.eMean years of schooling, 7579, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 7579.2average years of tertiary schooling, 2529, femaleUIS.E.23.GPV.G4ILLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 4th grade students, totalMYS.POP.4564.NED.MF
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UIS.REPR.1.G2]Rate of outofschool children of primary school age in preprimary education, both sexes (%)MYS.POP.4564.PRI.MA[Primary completion rate. Male is the total number of male students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of male repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of male children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. $proportion, 7579, female, secondary/Labor force with primary education (% of total)VUTGAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Multigrade classes. Primary. PublicBAR.SEC.SCHL.5559HH.MICS.OOS.1.FsProportion, 4549, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 4549 with secondary education.HH.DHS.OOS.1.F!Survival rate to grade 4. FemaleGPopulation, age 1524, female is the total number of females age 1524.lPopulation in thousands, 15+, total is the total population over age 15 in thousands estimated by BarroLee.GMBeAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade cla< sses in Grade 5 of primary schools (number of pupils)IPercentage of enrolment in tertiary education in private institutions (%)jAfrica Dataset: Percentage of male teachers in upper secondary education who are newly recruited, male (%)Population in thousand, 4044, total, primary is the total number of people age 4044 (in thousands) with primary education.SP.POP.1316.MA.UNzPopulation in thousand, 5054, male, no education is the total number of males age 5054 (in thousands) with no education.MYS.POP.7074.SEC.FEUIS.AFR.NTP.2.PU.M3population in thousand, 25  29, male, no educationNet attendance rate. Secondary. Rural is the proportion of rural children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. PISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%) is the percentage of students at Level 6 (above 707.93 score points) on the science scale.SP.POP.AG01.MA.UNDjiboutizPopulation in thousand, 1544, male, no education is the total number of males age 1544 (in thousands) with no education.SP.POP.AG21.FE.UNSE.XPD.TERT.ZSUIS.DR.1.G6>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 5559, femaleUIS.REPR.1.G7.MPopulation in thousand, 4549, total, secondary is the total number of people age 4549 (in thousands) with secondary education.Population, ages 611, male6Graduates from tertiary education, both sexes (number)eTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. FemaleJMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 2MYS.PROP.3034.NED.MA0Gender parity index for survival rate to grade 5NPercentage of repeaters in secondary general education, all grades, female (%)MAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Primary. Public. MaleOAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Primary. Public. FemaleDominica)Net enrolment rate, secondary, female (%)Net enrolment rate. Preprimary. Female is the ratio of female children of the official preprimary school age who are enrolled in preprimary school to the female population of the official preprimary school age.NZLUIS.XSPENDP.56.FDPUB.FNCAPAUnemployment, male (% of male labor force) (modeled ILO estimate)DSurvival rate to the last grade of primary education, both sexes (%)2Graduates from tertiary education, female (number)9Repetition rate in Grade 5 of primary education, male (%)NSurvival rate to the last grade of lower secondary general education, male (%)FTeachers in postsecondary nontertiary education, both sexes (number)rEnrolment in secondary. Grade 6. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 6 of secondary education.UIS.E.56.FukHH.DHS.GAR.456.Q1>BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 15+, femaleRMiddle East and North Africa regional aggregate (including highincome economies).population in thousand, 15+, total, secondary&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 6. TotalPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in education is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in education programmes.tPopulation in thousands,7074, total is the total population of 7074 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.Population, aged 0, totalSP.POP.1016.MA.UNEPopulation of the official age for primary education, female (number)PortugalSE.SEC.ENRL.VO.FE.ZSMYS.PROP.5559.PRI.FE*Repeaters in secondary. All grades. Female[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryLO.TIMSS.MAT8.HIRomaniaBAR.PRM.ICMP.1519.FE.ZS#proportion, 4044, female, tertiaryPPopulation, age 23, female refers to the female population at the specified age.SP.POP.1215.FE.UN UIS.AY.SMPopulation in thousand, 2024, female, secondary is the total number of females age 2024 (in thousands) with secondary education.Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 3. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. 1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 1. MaleNet intake rate for the first grade of primary education is the number of new pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the children of official entrance age to primary education. RTIMSS: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for fourth grade students, female0Percentage of female students. Tertiary ISCED 6MYS.POP.5054.NED.MABAR.TER.SCHL.6064Children out of school, primaryMYS.PROP.2529.SEC.FEVExpected primary completion rate, female (% of population at theoretical entrance age)HH.DHS.SCR.FWOutofschool rate for children of primary school age (%). Female is the number of females of official primary school age who are not enrolled in primary or secondary school, expressed as a percentage of the female population of official primary school age. Children enrolled in preprimary education are excluded and considered out of school.vPercentage of repeaters in primary. All grades. Male is the number of male students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all male students enrolled in primary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of male repeaters in all grades of primary education by the total male enrolment of primary education and multiplying the result by 100.`Mean years of schooling, 1564, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 1564!proportion, 80+, total, secondary#Student enrollment, primary, femaleSE.XPD.TOTL.GB.ZSLO.TIMSS.SCI8.BLPISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%) is the percentage of students below Level 1 (below 334.94 score points) on the science scale.UIS.REPP.1.G2.MzEnrolment in secondary. Grade 9. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 9 of secondary education.ABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 4549, totalRepeaters in primary. Grade 5. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. 0PISA:Mean performance on the science scale, male4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 6064, total1PIRLS:Mean performance on the reading scale, male>Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. All programmes. FemaleLPopulation, age 11, male refers to the male population at the specified age.UIS.E.4.PU.FNPercentage of population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.POP.80UP.SEC.MAXPercentage of teachers in secondary education who are trained, gender parity index (GPI)1population in thousand, 25  29, female, tertiaryBAR.SEC.ICMP.15UP.ZSGTM*Repetition rate in primary. Grade 6. Total8Underage enrolment ratio in primary education, male (%)5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 2024, femalePupilteacher ratio. Upper secondary is the number of pupils enrolled in upper secondary school divided by the number of upper secondary school teachers.Latin America & CaribbeancPercentage of population age 5559 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)Country CodeMYS.POP.2529.TER.FE+population in thousand, 80+, male, tertiary<Adjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. Female is the total female enrolment in primary education of the official primary school entrance age, as a percentage of the female population of the same age in a given school year. It is the equivalent of the agespecific enrolment rate of the official primary entrance age.Percentage of repeaters in primary. All grades. Female is the number of female students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all female students enrolled in primary school. It is calculated by dividing the< sum of female repeaters in all grades of primary education by the total female enrolment of primary education and multiplying the result by 100. BAR.SEC.CMPT.5559.FE.ZSMYS.POP.1519.PRI.MFGross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes. Male is the total male enrollment in upper secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the male population of official upper secondary education age.'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 7. FemaleMYS.POP.7579.PRI.FEUIS.NIR.1.AGP1EGross graduation ratio from lower secondary education, both sexes (%)MYS.PROP.4044.TER.MFBahamas, The!proportion, 5054, total, primarySP.PRM.TOTL.MA.INPopulation in thousand, 5559, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 5559 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MYS.PROP.4564.TER.MA1average years of tertiary schooling, 5054, total"Student enrollment, tertiary, maleGraduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from engineering, manufacturing and construction programs.%Repeaters in primary. Grade 7. TotalLPopulation, age 16, male refers to the male population at the specified age.School age population. Secondary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.XPercentage of graduates from Science programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)UIS.AFR.GTCTR.3.MMYS.POP.4549.SEC.FE2085Public expenditure on education as % of GNI is the total public expenditure on education (current and capital) expressed as a percentage of the Gross National Income (GNI) in a given financial year. GNI is also referred to as Gross National Product (GNP). Public expenditure on education includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private), education administration and subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities).SH.DYN.MORTBAR.TER.SCHL.1519.FE}Repeaters in secondary. All grades. Total is the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. mProportion, 2529, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 2529 with tertiary education.DPopulation of the official age for tertiary education, male (number)eAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade classes in Grade 6 of primary schools (number of pupils)Enrolment in total secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public and private secondary education institutions.9Overage enrolment ratio in primary education, female (%)KAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 4. Public*DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondarypopulation in thousand, 4044, male, tertiaryoProportion, 4549, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 4549 with primary education.MYS.PROP.6064.SEC.MFBLRSE.ADT.LITR.ZSiPercentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in programmes in unspecified fields, both sexes (%)UIS.ROFSPPT.1.F1DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Urban~Population in thousand, 4044, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 4044 (in thousands) with tertiary education.SDNBAR.NOED.25UP.ZSBAR.POP.7074BTeachers in upper secondary general education, both sexes (number)UIS.G.56.F600.dcount.FUIS.FOSEP.56.F500.FSP.SEC.UTOT.INhFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. The new base year is 2001/02.2average years of tertiary schooling, 3539, female"proportion, 1544, total, tertiarynPercentage of female population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)>Repeaters in Grade 3 of primary education, both sexes (number)UIS.DR.1.G1)proportion, 20  24, female, no education~Population in thousand, 5054, female, primary is the total number of females age 5054 (in thousands) with primary education.gProportion, 3034, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 3034 with no education.APercentage of repeaters in Grade 1 of primary education, male (%)kAfrica Dataset: Percentage of teachers in lower secondary education who are newly recruited, both sexes (%)ePercentage of population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)gProportion, 4564, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 4564 with primary education.Teaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private postsecondary education institutions (ISCED 4). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.HOutofschool adolescents of lower secondary school age, female (number)BDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. MaleGender parity index for gross completion ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5A) first degree is the ratio of female gross completion rate. Tertiary (ISCED 5A) first degree to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.MYS.POP.6064.TER.MFDDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. RuralPISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%) is the percentage of students at Level 6 (above 669.30 score points) on the mathematics scale.nBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)NPLjPercentage of female population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)(DHS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 5SP.POP.AG06.MA.UNLO.TIMSS.MAT8.INTeMean years of schooling, 6569, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 6569.%Repeaters in primary. Grade 4. TotalbBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary1average years of primary schooling, 2024, female
UIS.R.1.G6&mean years of schooling, 1519, femalePGender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes\LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), totalSE.SEC.ENRL.MA.VO.ZS[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryPercentage of repeaters in upper secondary. All grades. Male is the number of male students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all male students enrolled in upper secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of male repeaters in all grades of upper secondary education by the total male enrolment of upper secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. PISA: Mean performance on the reading scale, male is the average score of 15yearold male students on combined reading literacy scale.#MICS: Primary completion rate. Male?Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. Upper secondaryEl SalvadorKAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 1. PublicLEducational expenditure in preprimary as % of total educational expenditure\BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with primary schooling. Completed Primary+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 7. FemaleBAR.PRM.SCHL.1519.FEoProportion, 5559, male, secondary < is the proportion of the male population age 5559 with secondary education.qTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 4 is the proportion of quintile 4 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.
UIS.E.1.G5Population, aged 1217, total;Repetition rate in Grade 6 of primary education, female (%)5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 3539, femalePISA: Mean performance on the reading scale is the average score of 15yearold students on combined reading literacy scale.Share of newly recruited female public primary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.1Enrolment in humanities and arts. Tertiary. TotalPopulation, age 20, totalBAR.POP.6569.FETotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. All levels is the expenditure coming from public sources spent education expressed as a % of GDP. This indicator excludes public transfers and payments to private entities.bPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Science programmes, both sexes (%)^Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in general and unspecified programmesAverage years of primary schooling, 6064, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 6064. Monaco;Percentage of female population age 6569 with no educationPopulation, aged 2, maleEducational expenditure on total current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4.@Enrolment in upper secondary. Public. General programmes. FemaleHH.DHS.OOS.1.Q3Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 4. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.
UIS.REPP.1.G5Population in thousand, 65+, female, tertiary is the total number of females over age 65 (in thousands) with tertiary education.HAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools with mixedsex toilets (%)Population, ages 69, female%Repeaters in primary. Grade 1. TotalEnrolment in total secondary. Public and private. General programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in general programmes at public and private secondary education institutions.IPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%)1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 6. MaleBAR.NOED.2024.ZS%proportion, 25  29, female, tertiaryBAR.SEC.SCHL.5559.FE0average years of primary schooling, 5559, totalHH.DHS.NAR.1vEnrolment in primary. Grade 5. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 5 of primary education.SE.XPD.CPRM.ZSLO.PISA.REAIDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. FemaleMYS.POP.1544.SEC.MFMYS.PROP.1519.TER.MF&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 9. TotalNPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%)Gender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes is the ratio of female gross enrolment ratio for upper secondary (All programmes) to the male gross enrolment ratio for upper secondary (All programmes). It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. SP.TER.TOTL.FE.INHRepeaters in Grade 1 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 4. Female$mean years of schooling, 6569, maleoProportion, 15+, female, primary is the proportion of the female population over age 15 with primary education.SP.POP.0710.FE.UN0Repeaters in primary. Grade unspecified. FemaleMYS.PROP.7579.TER.FEHH.MICS.SCR.Q10Labor force with tertiary education (% of total)5SACMEQ: Mean performance on the reading scale, femaleMYS.PROP.6569.PRI.MFRepeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. =Outofschool children of primary school age, female (number)CPercentage of repeaters in Grade 4 of primary education, female (%)/DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. MaleDAdjusted net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, female (%)Population, ages 69, maleLPercentage of population age 5559 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryAGovernment expenditure per student, primary (% of GDP per capita)<Total net enrolment rate, primary, gender parity index (GPI)[6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femalePercentage of female students. Total secondary. All programmes is the number of female students enrolled in all secondary education programmes expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) enrolled at the secondary education level in a given school year.>Africa Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Primary. Public. Total1population in thousand, 4044, male, no educationlPercentage of female population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)ZSchool life expectancy, primary and lower secondary (excluding repetition), female (years)LO.PISA.MAT.HIGPhilippines?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with no education~Population in thousand, 3034, female, no education is the total number of females age 3034 (in thousands) with no education.MYS.PROP.3539.SEC.MFEMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Female[Percentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Post secondaryNet attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 3 is the proportion of quintile 3 children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. Population, aged 1524, totaleAfrica Dataset: Average size of single grade classes in Grade 7 of primary schools (number of pupils)VAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public lower secondary education, male (%)'proportion, 3539, female, no educationBAR.SEC.ICMP.6064.FE.ZSmProportion, 1564, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 1564 with tertiary education.!proportion, 4564, male, tertiaryYPopulation of the official age for postsecondary nontertiary education, female (number)4PIRLS: Mean performance on the reading scale, femaleSouth Sudan;Percentage of female population age 5054 with no educationBAR.POP.3539.FE1average years of primary schooling, 3539, femaleUIS.R.23.GPV.G6Population, age 24, femalePPopulation, age 25, female refers to the female population at the specified age.SPercentage of teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, both sexes (%)Pupilteacher ratio. Preprimary is the number of pupils enrolled in preprimary divided by the number of preprimary school teachers.nEnrolment in services. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary services programs.UIS.E.1.GukBAR.NOED.25UP.FE.ZSSE.XPD.CSEC.ZSBGross lower secondary graduation ratio. General programmes. FemalePopulation, ages 1317, maleERILO.PASEC.FRE5.LO.MASE.PRM.ENRL.FE.ZSoProportion, 15+, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population over age 15 with secondary education.MYS.POP.3539.TER.MFhGraduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)Population, aged 7 9, femaleXTechnical/vocational enrolment in lower secondary (ISCED 2) as % of total lower secondary enrolment (ISCED 2) is the percentage of all lower secondary students enrolled in technical/vo< cational education programs including teacher training, expressed as a percentage of the total number of students who are enrolled in lower secondary education.Ratio of girls to boys in primary and secondary education is the percentage of girls to boys enrolled at primary and secondary levels in public and private schools.Population in thousand, 6569, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 6569 (in thousands) with tertiary education.BAR.TER.SCHL.6569.FEpopulation in thousand, 5559, total, primaryJEnrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 6 and 7 programmes, female (number)UIS.SR.2.GPV.GLAST.CP.F8Gender parity index for expected primary completion rateUIS.TRTP.3.FMYS.POP.6064.TER.MAPopulation, aged 24, femalePopulation, aged 10, maleBAR.NOED.75UP.ZSUIS.E.1.G1.F^LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), female3Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 7. FemaleSP.POP.0709.TO.UN_Expenditure on education not allocated by level as % of government expenditure on education (%)MYS.POP.15UP.SEC.MFPopulation in thousand, 1564, total, secondary is the total number of people age 1564 (in thousands) with secondary education.LUXCPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in scienceMYS.POP.5559.SEC.MF
UIS.R.1.G1NAM/population in thousand, 30  34, total, primary9Repetition rate in Grade 6 of primary education, male (%)LO.LLECE.MAT3.LOWproportion, 80+, male, primaryPopulation, aged 1218, femaleUIS.E.56.Fuk.FGender parity index for % of trained teachers. Primary is the ratio of the female percentage of trained teachers for primary to the male percentage of trained teachers for primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of men and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of women.vPopulation in thousands,6064, female is the female population of 6064 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee./population in thousand, 4549, total, secondaryPercentage of female students. Total tertiary is the number of female students at the tertiary education level (ISCED 5 and 6) expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the tertiary education level in a given school year.Adult (15+) literacy rate (%). Male is the percentage of males age 15 and above who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of male literates aged 15 years and over by the corresponding age group population and multiplying the result by 100. AlbaniaApril 2012 database update: Based on data from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, national accounts data were revised for 1991 onward.MYS.MEA.YSCH.7579.FE#DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary~Population in thousand, 3034, male, secondary is the total number of males age 3034 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.XGNP.FSGOV.FNCUR.FFDCPercentage of repeaters in Grade 1 of primary education, female (%)UIS.AFR.PBR.1.G2.PU.READ,Least developed countries: UN classification?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with no educationQStudents at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female MauritiusUIS.TRTP.1.GPI6Enrolment in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. FemaleSP.POP.AG11.MA.UNDominican RepublicoProportion, 3034, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 3034 with primary education.UIS.E.2.V.PUSE.SEC.ENRL.VOFiscal year end: March 20; reporting period for national accounts data: FY (from 2013 are CY). National accounts data are sourced from the IMF and differ from the Central Statistics Organization numbers due to exclusion of the opium economy.MYS.PROP.7579.NED.MA6DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 3MYS.MEA.YSCH.1544.MFPopulation, tertiary, maleEnrolment in primary. Public. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public primary education institutions.NetherlandswBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)Population, aged 1317, male2PIRLS: Mean performance on the reading scale, maleRepeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. Population, ages 1216, femalePercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. HH.MICS.YRS.1519.Q3ATeachers in lower secondary vocational education, female (number)Elderly (65+) literacy rate (%). Male is the percentage of males age 65 and above who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of male literates aged 65 years and over by the corresponding age group population and multiplying the result by 100.Graduates in health and welfare. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from health and welfare programs. 6Gender parity index for gross primary graduation ratioUIS.E.23.PR proportion, 80+, female, primaryRepeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. proportion, 1544, male, primaryASMUIS.AFR.SCHCENRESPR.23.PUPopulation, aged 21, female@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 2024, total+MICS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 5:Official entrance age to upper secondary education (years))Net enrolment rate, preprimary, male (%)BTeachers in postsecondary nontertiary education, female (number)YTeaching staff in primary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. FemaleBAR.PRM.SCHL.6569.FEMYS.PROP.4044.PRI.FELPopulation, age 17, male refers to the male population at the specified age.fAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 5 of primary education (number)3Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 4. FemaledAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in lower secondary education, female5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 4549, femalePPercentage of population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryUIS.CEAGE.1Population, aged 7, malehPercentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose < in primary education. Teachers salariesABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 2024, totalEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public and private lower secondary education institutions.>Gross intake ratio to Grade 1 of primary education, female (%)Population, ages 79, totalData SourceMYS.PROP.1519.TER.MA&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 7. TotalEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public and private postsecondary/nontertiary education institutions.HH.MICS.NAR.1.Q5MOZPopulation, aged 1, totalPopulation, secondary, maleUIS.AFR.TRNTP.1.PU.T!2013 national accounts estimates are based on IMF reports. Fiscal year ends on June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. April 2013 database update: Based on data from the National Bureau of Statistics, national accounts data were revised; the base year changed to 2010/11..average years of total schooling, 4549, totalYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryHSubSaharan Africa regional aggregate (including highincome economies).TunisiayBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)/Enrolment in primary. Grade unspecified. TotalSP.POP.1014.FE.UNoProportion, 7579, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 7579 with no education.UIS.E.2.V.PU.F~Population in thousand, 25+, female, no education is the total number of females over age 25 (in thousands) with no education.UIS.R.23.GPV.FUIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G4.PUwBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)BAR.NOED.7074.ZSPopulation ages 014, maleMYS.MEA.YSCH.4549.FESE.ENR.TERT.FM.ZS%proportion, 4044, male, no educationUSACMEQ:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male Argentina&Enrolment in primary. Grade 7. FemaleBRN&mean years of schooling, 7074, femaleMYS.PROP.3539.SEC.MABHSUIS.G.56.F600.dcountePercentage of students in lower secondary education enrolled in vocational programmes, both sexes (%)SE.TER.GRAD.HL.FE.ZS3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. MalePercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Social Sciences, Business and Law programmes, female (%))Secondary education, teachers (% trained)UIS.R.23.GPVGender parity index for gross intake ratio. Primary is the ratio of the female gross intake ratio for primary to the male gross intake ratio for primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. MYS.POP.65UP.PRI.MFSP.POP.1524.TO.UN8Gender parity index for % repeaters. All grades. PrimaryTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Urban is the percentage of urban outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.KFiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY.~Population in thousand, 6064, male, secondary is the total number of males age 6064 (in thousands) with secondary education.PSEzPopulation in thousand, 80+, male, no education is the total number of males over age 80 (in thousands) with no education.MYS.POP.6064.PRI.FE~Population in thousand, 1519, female, primary is the total number of females age 1519 (in thousands) with primary education.UIS.R.23.GPV.G1Population, aged 712, maleUIS.AIR.1.GLAST.GPI*Repetition rate in primary. Grade 7. Total2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 1. TotalEnrolment in lower secondary. Public. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public lower secondary education institutions.:Gender parity index for school life expectancy. Tertiary.2PISA:Mean performance on the science scale, femalerBarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.POP.3539.TER.MA
UIS.DR.1.G5.M$DHS: Secondary completion rate. MaleUIS.LP.AG65UIS.G.56.F140.dcountSchool age population. Preprimary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to preprimary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.$proportion, 30  34, female, primaryHH.MICS.YRS.15UP.GIN.UAPercentage of repeaters in Grade 2 of primary education, male (%)
UIS.E.56.F800#Primary education, duration (years)gProportion, 1544, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 1544 with no education.Repeaters in primary. All grades. Female is the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. gProportion, 1564, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 1564 with primary education.Population in thousand, 6064, total, secondary is the total number of people age 6064 (in thousands) with secondary education.
UIS.GER.123.M proportion, 4564, male, primaryPercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Preprimary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to preprimary education.BAR.SEC.ICMP.5559.FE.ZS1average years of primary schooling, 4549, femalePopulation in thousand, 4549, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 4549 (in thousands) with tertiary education.SamoaTimorLeste6DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 2vGraduates in agriculture. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from agriculture programs."proportion, 1564, female, primaryjAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 1 of primary education (number)tEnrolment in agriculture. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary agriculture programs.MYS.POP.5559.SEC.MAPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. LO.PASEC.FRE5.MATransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Male is the proportion of male pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the< following school year. Teaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private lower secondary education institutions (ISCED 2). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.HTeachers in tertiary education ISCED 6 and 7 programmes, female (number)MaldivesISLIA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2007: 1 euro = 239.64 Slovenian tolar. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Fiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. As of January 2009, multiple hard currencies, such as rand, pound sterling, euro and U.S. dollar are in use. Data are reported in U.S. dollars, the mostused currency.Elderly (65+) literacy rate (%). Female is the percentage of females age 65 and above who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of female literates aged 65 years and over by the corresponding age group population and multiplying the result by 100.
UIS.E.0.PUPopulation, aged 15, maleUIS.NIR.1.AGP1.MUIS.R.23.GPV.G7.FPanama*DHS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 2
HH.DHS.PCR.Q1Fiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. April 2013 database update: Based on official government statistics, national accounts data were revised for 2004 onward; the base year changed to 2004.HH.MICS.OOST.L.RqTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 2 is the proportion of quintile 2 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.hTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. PrimaryTHATrinidad and Tobago.population in thousand, 4044, male, secondaryHEnrolment in Grade 7 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)Population, aged 1014, male"proportion, 1519, male, secondary4Gross enrolment ratio, primary to tertiary, male (%)/average years of primary schooling, 25+, female.population in thousand, 15+, female, secondarySPercentage of female population age 3034 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryUIS.CEAGEE.11979UIS.AFR.TATTRR.1.PU.MiProportion, 5559, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 5559 with tertiary education.population in thousands (age 15+), 25+, totalEMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Rural2Female share of graduates in science (%, tertiary)UIS.E.3.GPV.PU.FSP.POP.AG16.MA.UNlPercentage of female population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)MYS.PROP.4044.NED.FE`LLECE: 3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), total&proportion, 6064, total, no educationSP.POP.1319.FE.UN1PISA: Mean performance on the reading scale. MaleLO.LLECE.REA3.LOW.MA0population in thousand, 6569, female, secondary%Gross primary graduation ratio, totalBDHS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Male?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 4549, totalUpper middle income group aggregate. Uppermiddleincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was between $4,126 and $12,735.HaitipTechnical/vocational enrolment in lower secondary (ISCED 2) as % of total enrolment in lower secondary (ISCED 2)UIS.XSPENDP.1234.FDPUB.FNCUR?Government expenditure in tertiary institutions as % of GDP (%)KPercentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience. MaleBAR.SEC.SCHL.25UPSP.POP.AG04.FE.UN.population in thousand, 3539, male, secondary/Secondary education, teachers (% trained), male}Average years of primary schooling, 5054, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 5054. +MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. RuralzPopulation in thousand, 3034, male, no education is the total number of males age 3034 (in thousands) with no education._Duration of 2A lower secondary is the number of grades (years) in 2A lower secondary education.jTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Female is the proportion of female outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. WBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with primary schooling. Completed Primary3PISA: Mean performance on the science scale. FemalePublic current expenditure on education as % of total public education expenditure is the recurrent public education expenditure expressed as a percentage of total public expenditure on education (current and capital) in a given financial year.Fiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. April 2012 database update: Based on data from the Instituto de Estadsticas de Puerto Rico, national accounts data were revised for 2001 onward..population in thousand, 20  24, male, primaryUIS.XCURP.3Population, aged 612, femalePopulation, age 21, totalgProportion, 7074, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 7074 with no education.KPopulation, age 1, male refers to the male population at the specified age.Population, age 4, malePASEC: Mean performance on the French language scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, total is the average score on the 100 point French language scale for 5th grade students.YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryDuration of preprimaryqTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalHH.MICS.GAR.456.U*Heavily indebted poor countries aggregate.PYFPercentage of repeaters in secondary. All grades. Female is the number of female students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all female students enrolled in secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of female repeaters in all grades of secondary education by the total female enrolment of secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. Repeaters in secondary. Grade 10. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. [BarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary2009Percentage female teachers. Upper secondary is the number of female teachers at the upper secondary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers (male and female) at< the upper secondary level in a given school year. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Gender parity index for survival rate to the last grade of primary is the ratio of female survival rate to grade the last grade of primary to the male survival rate to grade the last grade of primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.SVNTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.sProportion, 4564, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 4564 with secondary education.UIS.REPP.1.G3.FKWTCPopulation, age 1017, male is the total number of males age 1017.QPercentage of repeaters in Grade 7 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)lTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. PreprimaryDRepeaters in Grade 7 of secondary general education, female (number)Population, ages 1524, femaleMYS.POP.65UP.NED.MFAverage years of secondary schooling, 3034, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 3034. ^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 7. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Fiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Based on official government statistics, national accounts data have been revised from 2006 onward; the new base year is 2006. Data before 2006 were reported on a fiscal year basis.2055MYS.POP.65UP.PRI.MAMYS.POP.6064.NED.FE*MICS: Proportion of outofschool. PrimaryPopulation in thousand, 1544, total, secondary is the total number of people age 1544 (in thousands) with secondary education.MTIMSS:Mean performance on the science scale for eighth grade students, totalHH.DHS.YRS.1519.Q5SE.XPD.MPRM.ZSMYS.PROP.5054.PRI.MF6Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 1 is the number of new quintile 1 pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 1 population of official entrance age to primary education. /Net enrolment rate, preprimary, both sexes (%)7Pupils of the official school age. Preprimary. TotalHH.MICS.NAR.23.Q5UIS.FOSEP.56.F400.FUIS.TRTP.0.FMYS.POP.25UP.SEC.FE.population in thousand, 80+, female, secondary%mean years of schooling, 4564, totalKPopulation, age 6, male refers to the male population at the specified age.MYS.MEA.YSCH.3034.MFMYS.PROP.65UP.SEC.FEDTrained teachers in primary education, female (% of female teachers)/PISA: Mean performance on the mathematics scale2population in thousand, 4044, total, no education6Gross tertiary graduation ratio (first degree), femaleBGDBAR.TER.ICMP.25UP.ZSX6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male!proportion, 4549, total, primaryeTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)All staff (teacher and nonteachers) compensation is expressed as a percentage of direct expenditure in public educational institutions (instructional and noninstructional) of the specified level of education. Financial aid to students and other transfers are excluded from direct expenditure. Staff compensation includes salaries, contributions by employers for staff retirement programs, and other allowances and benefits.
New CaledoniaSE.COM.DURSUIS.TRANRA.23.GPV.FSloveniaPopulation in thousand, 6569, total, primary is the total number of people age 6569 (in thousands) with primary education.Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 6. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. Tertiary is the expenditure coming from public, private and international sources spent on tertiary education expressed as a % of GDP.zEnrolment in secondary. Grade 2. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 2 of secondary education.aMean years of schooling, 1519, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 1519./DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 31population in thousand, 7579, male, no educationBAR.NOED.75UP.FE.ZS;Percentage of female population age 5559 with no educationSP.POP.1318.TO.UNGPopulation, age 1215, female is the total number of females age 1215.nPercentage of female population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SE.PRE.NENRLO.TIMSS.MAT4.MAPopulation in thousand, 4564, female, secondary is the total number of females age 4564 (in thousands) with secondary education.$proportion, 3539, female, secondary&Primary education, teachers (% female)MYS.POP.65UP.TER.FE~Population in thousand, 80+, female, primary is the total number of females over age 80 (in thousands) with primary education.Population in thousand, 7074, total, no education is the total number of people age 7074 (in thousands) with no education.3Enrolment in primary education, both sexes (number)population in thousand, 3539, male, tertiaryNorthern Mariana IslandsBAR.SEC.CMPT.4549.FE.ZSUPercentage of female population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryBAR.TER.CMPT.75UP.FE.ZSyGross enrolment ratio. Lower secondary. All programmes. Male is the total male enrollment in lower secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total male population of official lower secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.Total graduates in all programmes. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female graduates from all programmes at ISCED 5 and 6 tertiary institutions.PPercentage of female teachers in secondary education who are trained, female (%)~Population in thousand, 65+, total, tertiary is the total number of people over age 65 (in thousands) with tertiary education.pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)
BAR.SCHL.2529MYS.PROP.4564.PRI.MF.average years of tot< al schooling, 7074, totalUIS.AFR.AGRADMG.1.PUPopulation in thousand, 2529, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 2529 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Population in thousand, 5054, female, secondary is the total number of females age 5054 (in thousands) with secondary education.SE.PRE.ENRL.TC.ZSFemale labor force as a percentage of the total show the extent to which women are active in the labor force. Labor force comprises people ages 15 and older who meet the International Labour Organization's definition of the economically active population.#proportion, 30  34, total, primarySE.XPD.MSEC.ZSMYS.POP.7074.PRI.MFLEnrolment in lower secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalGPopulation, age 1216, female is the total number of females age 1216.ePercentage of population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)SP.POP.0611.MA.UNsAverage years of total schooling, 7074, total is the average years of education completed among people age 7074. SomaliaKPopulation of the official age for secondary education, both sexes (number)2Percentage of population age 15+ with no educationV6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femaleSE.XPD.SECO.ZSsSchool life expectancy (years). Preprimary. Total is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.MYS.POP.2024.SEC.FEOutbound mobile students (students from a given country studying abroad). Tertiary is the total number of students from a given country studying abroad.]LLECE: 3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femaleHH.MICS.OOST.L.MHH.DHS.OOST.X.Q5;Repetition rate in Grade 1 of primary education, female (%)oProportion, 6569, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 6569 with secondary education.tSchool life expectancy (years). Preprimary. Female is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.Population, aged 4 6, maleHH.DHS.OOST.L.URepetition rate in primary. Grade 7. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.Population, age 19, femaleTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in general programmes in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions..Gross enrolment ratio, preprimary, female (%)National accounts have been revised from 1965 onward based on official government data; the new base year is 2007. The large upward changes are due to an improved calculation method for nominal GDP..population in thousand, 4564, total, tertiaryuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)MPopulation of the official age for upper secondary education, female (number)CAFBAR.PRM.ICMP.25UP.ZSSP.POP.1018.TO.UN$mean years of schooling, 3539, malePopulation, aged 20, malegProportion, 80+, total, no education is the proportion of the population over age 80 with no education.GPopulation, age 1217, female is the total number of females age 1217./average years of total schooling, 3034, female Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Female is the number of new female pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the females of official entrance age to primary education. 9Survival rate to Grade 5 of primary education, female (%)}Average years of primary schooling, 6569, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 6569. 1population in thousand, 1519, male, no educationUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G5.M;Percentage of female population age 4044 with no educationkMean years of schooling, 25  29, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 2529.ANDSE.SEC.DURS.UP$proportion, 6569, female, secondaryEPopulation, age 612, female is the total number of females age 612.Population, aged 19, femaleLO.LLECE.MAT6.HIG.FEUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G6.PU.READBAR.TER.ICMP.25UP.FE.ZSSE.PRM.REPT.ZSLO.TIMSS.SCI8.LOWUMCBAR.PRM.SCHL.1519@Net intake rate in grade 1 (% of official schoolage population)Population in thousand, 65+, total, primary is the total number of people over age 65 (in thousands) with primary education.bBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryOPopulation, age 6, female refers to the female population at the specified age.HH.DHS.NAR.1.Q3Estimates developed by the UN Interagency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (UNICEF, WHO, World Bank, UN DESA Population Division) at www.childmortality.org.GPopulation, age 1218, female is the total number of females age 1218.Share of primary schoolage children enrolled in preprimary education (%). Male is total number of primary school age males who are enrolled in preprimary education expressed as a percentage of the male primary school age population.[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryOCumulative dropout rate to the last grade of primary education, both sexes (%)~PISA: Mean performance on the science scale, male is the average score of 15yearold male students on science literacy scale.SP.POP.AG09.FE.UNUIS.E.23.GPV.G8.FHH.MICS.PCR.Q3The new base year is 2004.~Population in thousand, 1564, female, primary is the total number of females age 1564 (in thousands) with primary education.Population, age 16, femaleSaudi ArabialPercentage of female population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)BAR.NOED.5559.ZS@Labor force with primary education, male (% of male labor force)UIS.FOSEP.56.F400Population, ages 611, femaleNLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, total@BarroLee: Average years< of tertiary schooling, age 2529, totalPopulation, ages 46, total3BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 15+, femaleMYS.POP.65UP.NED.MA?BarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 75+, total2050Population, age 9, maleSL.TLF.TOTL.FE.ZS@Gross entry ratio to lower secondary. General programmes. FemalePopulation in thousand, 65+, male, tertiary is the total number of males over age 65 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MYS.PROP.5054.NED.MF'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 6. Female1SACMEQ: Mean performance on the mathematics scale/population in thousand, 3539, total, secondaryMYS.PROP.5054.PRI.MAHPercentage of repeaters in primary education, all grades, both sexes (%)
UIS.E.0.Pu*Enrolment in agriculture. Tertiary. FemalekProportion, 65+, total, secondary is the proportion of the population over age 65 with secondary education.ETH?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with no educationFaeroe IslandsEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public upper secondary education institutions.Population, aged 16, femaleQPercentage of repeaters in Grade 3 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)2001%Enrolment in science. Tertiary. TotalUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G3.PU.READSE.PRM.PRSL.FE.ZSdTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. Primary/population in thousand, 25+, male, no educationPopulation, aged 2, totalmProportion, 3034, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 3034 with tertiary education.APercentage of repeaters in Grade 7 of primary education, male (%)*School enrollment, primary, female (% net)5Graduates in science (% of total graduates, tertiary)\Percentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Services programmes, both sexes (%)MYS.PROP.1564.SEC.MAoProportion, 5559, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 5559 with no education.MYS.PROP.80UP.SEC.MFSP.POP.1215.MA.UN(Underage enrolment ratio. Primary. Male~Population in thousand, 25+, total, tertiary is the total number of people over age 25 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MPercentage of repeaters in Grade 5 of secondary general education, female (%)XGross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, female (% of relevant age group)uNational accounts have been revised based on data from the National Statistical Institute; the new base year is 2000.MYS.POP.2529.PRI.FEFEnrolment in secondary education, public institutions, female (number)UIS.E.3.V.PU.F?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 7074, totalSE.TER.ENRLPopulation, age 13, femaleTAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Upper secondary. Public. FemaleUIS.R.23.GPV.G4.F@Primary to secondary general education transition rate, male (%)UIS.SLE.56.MBAR.SEC.CMPT.2024.FE.ZSiMean years of schooling, 65+, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population over age 65.JLLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 4th grade students, totalNCLBAR.TER.ICMP.75UP.ZSMYS.PROP.5054.TER.FErEnrolment in secondary. Grade 2. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 2 of secondary education.7Teachers' salaries (% of current education expenditure)Percentage of new entrants to Grade 1 of primary education with early childhood educational development experience, gender parity index (GPI)MYS.POP.1564.TER.MAMYS.POP.80UP.TER.MFChannel IslandskProportion, 4549, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 4549 with no education.kProportion, 1544, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 1544 with secondary education.UIS.E.56.FOREIGNUIS.REPR.1.G2.M2MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. FemaleMYS.PROP.4564.NED.MFIMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 3qProportion, 6064, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 6064 with tertiary education.`LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totalIDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 2Population in thousand, 2024, total, primary is the total number of people age 2024 (in thousands) with primary education.MYS.PROP.4564.PRI.MA'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 3. FemaleUIS.TRTP.0.GPIMYS.POP.7074.NED.MFHH.MICS.NIR.1.Q1NGAMYS.POP.7074.PRI.MA@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 1519, femaleFINhMean years of schooling, 25+, total is the mean years of schooling of the female population over age 25.Population, ages 510, malePercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in humanities and arts is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in humanities and arts programmes.2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 2. TotalMPercentage of repeaters in Grade 7 of secondary general education, female (%)~PASEC: 5th grade students above the Knowledge Base Rate on the French language scale (above 40% of answers correct) (%), totalLO.TIMSS.MAT4.ADVCPopulation, age 1318, male is the total number of males age 1318.Population, aged 13, femaleBAR.SEC.ICMP.6064.ZSEnrolment in primary. Grade unspecified. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in unspecified grades of primary education.nPercentage of female students. Total secondary. Technical/vocational programmes is the number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at the secondary education level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at the secondary education level in a given school year.MYS.PROP.7074.SEC.FEMPercentage of teachers in secondary education who are trained, both sexes (%)LO.LLECE.MAT3.LOW.MA"proportion, 7074, male, secondary6Survival rate to last grade of primary. Total is the share of children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach the last grade of primary. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 2529, totaloProportion, 6569, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 6569 with primary education.SL.TLF.SECO.MA.ZSUIS.XGDP.1.FDINSTADM.FFD)MICS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 4Gender parity index for school life expectancy. Primary to secondary is the ratio of female school life expectancy (primary to secondary) to the male school life expectancy (primary to secondary). It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.On 1 July 1997 China resumed its exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong; and on 20 December 1999 China resumed its exercise of sovereignty over Macao. Unless otherwise noted, data for China do not include data for Hong Kong SAR, China; Macao SAR, China; or Taiwan, China. Based on data from the National Bureau of Statistics, the methodology for national accounts exports and imports of goods and services in constant prices have been revised from 2000 onward.1986KPopulation, age 2, male refers to the male population at the specified age.<DHS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+Population in thousand, 25+, female, secondary is the total number of females over age 25 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.NE.1.ECDPopulation in thousand, 6064, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 6064 (in thousands) with tertiary education.DZATypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 2 is defined as the proportion of quintile 2 outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the educ< ation system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. BAR.PRM.CMPT.6064.FE.ZS3Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Female measures the degree of inequality in years of schooling in a society. It is calculated similarly to the Gini coefficient of income or wealth. Results range from 0 to 100 with 0 indicating perfect equality and 100 indicating perfect inequality.PRYMYS.POP.7074.TER.FEPopulation in thousand, 4564, total, primary is the total number of people age 4564 (in thousands) with primary education.>Female share of graduates in humanities and arts (%, tertiary)LO.PASEC.MAT5.LO.FE.population in thousand, 1519, female, primary\Africa Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in primary education, female/population in thousands (age 15+), 2024, total"proportion, 6569, male, secondaryBAR.PRM.ICMP.75UP.ZSPopulation, aged 25, maleHH.DHS.OOST.X.R?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 2024, totalWPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female
LO.PISA.SCI.HIG.FEYEffective transition rate from primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes (%). Male shows the real transition from primary to secondary regardless of repetition. This indicator better reflects situations in which pupils repeat the last grade of primary but eventually make the transition to secondary. It is defined for a given year as the number of new male entrants to the first grade of secondary in the following year expressed as a percentage of the male students enrolled in the last grade of primary education in the given year who do not repeat that grade the following year.oProportion, 5054, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 5054 with secondary education.=Population, age 511, total is the total population age 511.CPopulation, age 1418, male is the total number of males age 1418.&proportion, 5054, total, no education
Net intake rate. Primary. Over age (+1). Total is the number of new entrants in the first grade of primary education who are one year older than the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the population of the primary school entrance age.UIS.T.3SE.SEC.TCAQ.FE.ZS+Persistence to grade 5, total (% of cohort)TEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public and private. All programmes. FemaleNorwayPopulation, aged 10, female
HH.MICS.OOS.1nBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)?Percentage of teachers in tertiary education who are female (%)MYS.POP.3034.SEC.MFKPopulation, age 7, male refers to the male population at the specified age."mean years of schooling, 80+, male#proportion, 25  29, total, primaryJAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Primary. Public. MalePopulation, age 13, total
UIS.NE.1.G1.F
UIS.ROFSPPT.1Percentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction programmes, both sexes (%)/average years of total schooling, 4044, femalemProportion, 4549, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 4549 with tertiary education.
UIS.GER.1T6.F_Africa Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in primary education (number)School age population. Tertiary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to tertiary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.Population, ages 1117, femalepopulation in thousand, 65+, female, tertiarykProportion, 4044, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 4044 with primary education.HH.DHS.OOST.L.Q1yBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MNARepeaters in primary. Grade 2. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. Net enrolment rate. Preprimary. Male is the ratio of male children of the official preprimary school age who are enrolled in preprimary school to the male population of the official preprimary school age.zPopulation in thousand, 65+, male, no education is the total number of males over age 65 (in thousands) with no education.BAR.TER.ICMP.7074.ZSPANbPercentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Agriculture programmes, female (%)6Official entrance age to preprimary education (years)SE.XPD.CUR.PRIM.ZSUIS.SLE.0.FBAR.SEC.ICMP.3034.ZSDHS: Primary completion rateWPIRLS:Students reaching the advanced international benchmark in reading achievement (%)MYS.PROP.5054.NED.MA%MICS: Primary completion rate. FemaleAverage years of tertiary schooling, 2529, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 2529. UIS.E.1.AgI1.M$MICS: Primary completion rate. RuraloProportion, 7074, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 7074 with no education.CDHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 4gProportion, 3539, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 3539 with no education.Share of primary schoolage children enrolled in preprimary education (%). Female is total number of primary school age females who are enrolled in preprimary education expressed as a percentage of the female primary school age population.@Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. General programmes. FemalehPercentage of female population age 25+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)gPercentage of population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SP.POP.AG14.FE.UNnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)BIHMStudents at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femalePopulation, aged 1116, femaleBAR.SEC.SCHL.5054FBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with no educationTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 1 is defined as the proportion of quintile 1 outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. Population, ages 1118, malePopulation in thousand, 7579, female, secondary is the total number of females age 7579 (in thousands) with secondary education.Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public lower secondary education institutions.MYS.PROP.80UP.SEC.MA9Youth illiterate population, 1524 years, female (number)NMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 1DMICS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Rural\Teaching staff in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. TotalApril 2012 database update: National accounts historical expenditure series in constant prices were revised in line with State Statistical Committee data that were not previously available.Population, age 22, totalCyprusrBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.PROP.2529.TER.FEBAR.SCHL.7074.FEBhutantPopulation in thousands,6064, total is the total population of 6064 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.;Population, age 69, total is the total population age 69.eSecondary completion rate. Female is the total number of female students of any age in last grade of secondary < school, minus the number of female repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of female children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school.
LO.TIMSS.MAT46SACMEQ:Mean performance on the mathematics scale, male5DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 5Repeaters in primary. Grade 6. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. mProportion, 1544, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 1544 with tertiary education.8School enrollment, primary, private (% of total primary)UIS.TE_100000.56.FUIS.GER.123gProportion, 1519, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 1519 with primary education.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 6. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.MYS.POP.80UP.TER.MAAverage years of secondary schooling, 2024, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 2024. NigerOSACMEQ:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%)wPopulation in thousands, 2529, female is the female population of 2529 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.7MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 1rTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. FemaleSP.POP.1419.FE.UNBAR.PRM.SCHL.75UPUIS.E.3.V.FLO.TIMSS.MAT8.BL"School enrollment, primary (% net)OPopulation, age 8, female refers to the female population at the specified age.SE.SEC.PRIV.ZSMYS.POP.7074.NED.MA.MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 3UIS.E.6BAR.PRM.ICMP.7074.ZSMYS.PROP.4549.SEC.FEHH.DHS.NIR.1.Q4HH.DHS.NAR.23.Q3Enrolment in total secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes in public secondary education institutions.CHISP.TER.TOTL.MA.INSP.POP.0710.MA.UNRPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), male
SP.SEC.UTOT.MA.INxExpected gross primary graduation ratio. Female is the total number of new female entrants to the first grade of primary in a given year, regardless of age, who are expected to graduate from the last grade of primary education, regardless of repetition, expressed as a percentage of the female population at the official graduation age from primary education in the same year. This indicator is calculated by multiplying the expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary education by the probability of graduation at the last grade of primary. This indicator is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method.0Graduates in general programmes. Tertiary. TotalDEnrolment in Grade 8 of secondary general education, female (number)LBRBAR.TER.ICMP.4044.ZS"proportion, 6064, total, tertiaryGender parity index for % of trained teachers. Secondary is the ratio of the female percentage of trained teachers for secondary to the male percentage of trained teachers for secondary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of men and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of women.UIS.AFR.NTP.3.PU.M7Survival rate to Grade 4 of primary education, male (%)UIS.PTRHC.3UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G2.M2Enrolment in secondary vocational, female (number)@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 5054, total6PISA:Mean performance on the mathematics scale, femaleUIS.GAP.1.MAverage years of secondary schooling, 5559, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 5559. SE.PRM.CMPL.FE.ZSJLLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, femaleEGraduates in services, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)WPercentage of female population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary1981kProportion, 7074, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 7074 with no education.~Population in thousand, 2024, female, primary is the total number of females age 2024 (in thousands) with primary education.Population, aged 1118, male%mean years of schooling, 1519, totalMYS.POP.4549.TER.FE/average years of total schooling, 5559, femaleUKRMYS.POP.3539.PRI.MFSchool age population. Postsecondary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to postsecondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.SP.POP.1117.TO.UNZAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in primary education, male&Secondary education, vocational pupils@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 2529, femalePercentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in primary education. Teaching materials is the share of public current expenditure for primary education devoted to teaching materials.UIS.SR.1.GLAST.GPI9Dropout rate from Grade 1 of primary education, male (%)MYS.PROP.6064.TER.MFSurvival rate to grade 5. Total is the share of children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 5. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.rExpected gross primary graduation ratio. Male is the total number of new male entrants to the first grade of primary in a given year, regardless of age, who are expected to graduate from the last grade of primary education, regardless of repetition, expressed as a percentage of the male population at the official graduation age from primary education in the same year. This indicator is calculated by multiplying the expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary education by the probability of graduation at the last grade of primary. This indicator is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method.SE.SEC.ENRR.LO.MAUIS.REPP.3.GPV.FUIS.E.23.GPV.G8yPercentage of private enrolment. Lower secondary. General programmes is the enrolment in private lower secondary general programmes expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in lower secondary general programmes. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes."proportion, 5559, total, tertiaryShare of newly recruited male public primary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.
UIS.REPR.1.G6Based on IMF and World Bank data, GDP in current and constant prices have been revised from 2000 onward. Value added components are calculated using shares from the Asian Development Bank.
GuineaBissauBAR.SCHL.4044.FE&Enrolment in primary. Grade 1. FemaleHH.DHS.OOST.X.MCroatiaBPercentage of students in preprimary education who are female (%)School age population. Tertiary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to tertiary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 1. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.ePercentage of population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Fiscal year end: July < 7; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. Based on IMF data, national accounts data have been revised for 2000 onward; the new base year is 2010/11.oProportion, 80+, female, primary is the proportion of the female population over age 80 with primary education.MYS.POP.6569.SEC.FEUIS.EGGR.1.M~Population in thousand, 1544, female, no education is the total number of females age 1544 (in thousands) with no education.
LO.LLECE.MAT6.population in thousand, 25+, female, secondaryPopulation in thousand, 4549, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 4549 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Gross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary). Male is the total male enrollment in primary, secondary and tertiary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total male population of primary school age, secondary school age, and the fiveyear age group following on from secondary school leaving. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.UIS.GOER.56UIS.REPR.1.G6.F?Population, age 69, male is the total number of males age 69.HLLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, maleBAR.SEC.ICMP.4549.FE.ZSSP.POP.0609.FE.UNhTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. TertiaryBAR.TER.ICMP.75UP.FE.ZSPrimary completion rate, or gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary education, is the number of new entrants (enrollments minus repeaters) in the last grade of primary education, regardless of age, divided by the population at the entrance age for the last grade of primary education. Data limitations preclude adjusting for students who drop out during the final year of primary education.\LLECE: 3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleMYS.MEA.YSCH.5054.MA;Percentage of female population age 4549 with no educationUIS.T.4.V.FMacao SAR, ChinaKPercentage of repeaters in Grade 6 of secondary general education, male (%)LO.PASEC.MAT5.FEPopulation, aged 5 9, malePopulation in thousand, 7579, total, secondary is the total number of people age 7579 (in thousands) with secondary education.LO.PISA.SCI.population in thousand, 7579, total, tertiaryMYS.PROP.2529.NED.MASE.SEC.ENRR.MAOverage enrolment ratio. Primary. Male is the percentage of the male primary school age population (ISCED 1) that is over the official primary school age.UIS.AFR.PBR.1.PU.READBAR.PRM.ICMP.4044.ZSNAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Primary. Public. TotaloProportion, 5054, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 5054 with primary education.HH.MICS.NAR.23.Upopulation in thousand, 80+, total, secondaryBPercentage of teachers in preprimary education who are female (%)~Population in thousand, 7579, female, primary is the total number of females age 7579 (in thousands) with primary education.;Africa Dataset: Schools census return rate. Primary. PublicsProportion, 5054, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 5054 with secondary education.Repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. UIS.FOSEP.56.F300.FBENAverage years of secondary schooling, 75+, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females over age 75. KIRPPopulation, age 22, female refers to the female population at the specified age.HH.MICS.NIR.1.U~Population in thousand, 3539, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 3539 (in thousands) with tertiary education.HH.DHS.YRS.1519PEffective transition rate from primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes (%). Total shows the real transition from primary to secondary regardless of repetition. This indicator better reflects situations in which pupils repeat the last grade of primary but eventually make the transition to secondary. It is defined for a given year as the number of new entrants to the first grade of secondary in the following year expressed as a percentage of the students enrolled in the last grade of primary education in the given year who do not repeat that grade the following year.UIS.FOSEP.56.F800.F#proportion, 3539, total, secondary9Gross enrolment ratio, primary, gender parity index (GPI)SE.PRM.PRS5.ZS2Gross enrolment ratio, lower secondary, female (%)HEnrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 5 programmes, both sexes (number)~Population in thousand, 2024, male, secondary is the total number of males age 2024 (in thousands) with secondary education.%Enrolment in primary. Grade 2. TotalDThe United Nations Population Division's World Population Prospects.BTeachers in tertiary education ISCED 5 programmes, female (number)HH.DHS.GAR.456.Q5~Population in thousand, 3539, female, no education is the total number of females age 3539 (in thousands) with no education.?MICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. RuralPISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male is the percentage of male students at Level 6 (above 669.30 score points) on the mathematics scale.GPublic current education expenditure (% of total education expenditure)School age population. Preprimary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to preprimary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.QLatin America and Caribbean regional aggregate (including highincome economies).#proportion, 25+, male, no education$DHS: Primary completion rate. Female proportion, 7579, male, primary8Pupils of the official school age. Preprimary. Female
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HH.MICS.NIR.1cPercentage of population age 4044 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)HH.DHS.TR.12.Q2MYS.PROP.1544.SEC.MF(Net enrolment rate. Preprimary. Total proportion, 7074, male, primaryEducational expenditure on capital as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. is spending on education capital expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for tertiary education (ISCED 5 & 6). Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. Capital."SP.POP.AG19.FE.UN
BAR.SCHL.15UPLPercentage of population age 4549 with primary schooling. Completed Primary'proportion, 6064, female, no educationSE.XPD.CUR.TERT.ZS~Population in thousand, 4564, female, primary is the total number of females age 4564 (in thousands) with primary education.#proportion, 7074, female, tertiaryMYS.POP.4549.NED.MA&Repeaters in primary. Grade 5. FemaleLao PDRjPercentage of female population age 1519 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WTOILBAR.SEC.CMPT.4044.ZS;Percentage of female population age 3034 with no education)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 5. MaleEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public upper secondary education institutions.MYS.MEA.YSCH.6569.MF2Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. General programmes. Female is the number of female graduates regardless of age in general programmes of lower secondary education expressed as a percentage of the female population at the theoretical graduation age in general programmes of lower secondary education.UIS.TEP.5.AHH.MICS.OOS.1.Q4MYS.POP.1544.TER.MFNTIMSS:Mean performance on the science scale for fourth grade students, female`PASEC: Mean performance on the French language scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, female UIS.T.4.F
BAR.SCHL.6569oProportion, 1564, male, secondary is the propo< rtion of the male population age 1564 with secondary education.KPercentage of repeaters in Grade 1 of secondary general education, male (%) Singapore!proportion, 7074, total, primary?Dropout rate from Grade 6 of primary education, both sexes (%)ASchool life expectancy, primary and secondary, both sexes (years)BAR.TER.SCHL.1519HEnrolment in Grade 5 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)qEducational expenditure on capital as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4.BAR.SEC.ICMP.4549.ZS0School life expectancy, tertiary, female (years)"proportion, 5054, female, primaryPopulation, aged 8, female2average years of secondary schooling, 6569, totalLO.TIMSS.SCI8.FETeaching staff in total tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private tertiary education institutions (ISCED 5 & 6). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.19936PISA:Mean performance on the mathematics scale, male
LEnrolment in preprimary education, public institutions, both sexes (number)Population, ages 610, total~Population in thousand, 6064, female, no education is the total number of females age 6064 (in thousands) with no education.Teaching staff in primary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private primary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.nGraduates in agriculture. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from agriculture programs.SP.POP.1014.MA.UN<School life expectancy (years). Primary to secondary. MalePopulation, ages 1524, malePopulation, aged 510, femalePopulation in thousand, 4549, total, no education is the total number of people age 4549 (in thousands) with no education.MYS.PROP.3539.TER.MFBAR.TER.CMPT.7074.FE.ZS}Average years of primary schooling, 1519, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 1519. Population, aged 24, total
Middle incomeUIS.AFR.GTCTR.2.F!Primary completion rate, male (%)pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)population in thousand, 6064, male, tertiaryAverage years of tertiary schooling, 75+, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females over age 75. UIS.ECDP.1.MAGONet intake rate. Primary. Female is the number of new female entrants in the first grade of primary education who are of the official
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UIS.SLE.123.MkProportion, 5054, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 5054 with secondary education.LACDMean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, femaleSYR7School life expectancy, preprimary, both sexes (years).population in thousand, 7074, female, primarySE.TER.ENRL.FE.ZSDistribution of students (%). Tertiary ISCED Level 5A is the enrolment in tertiary education at ISCED level 5A as a percentage of total enrolment in tertiary education. ISCED level 5A programmes are tertiary programmes that are largely theoretically based and are intended to provide sufficient qualifications for gaining entry into advanced research programmes and professions with high skills requirements.UIS.E.23.GPV.G3"proportion, 4549, female, primary
UIS.REPR.1.G1SE.XPD.CTER.ZSdTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Total~Population in thousand, 5054, male, secondary is the total number of males age 5054 (in thousands) with secondary education.!proportion, 25+, total, secondaryElderly (65+) literacy rate (%). Total is the percentage of the population age 65 and above who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of literates aged 65 years and over by the corresponding age group population and multiplying the result by 100.BAR.POP.15UP.FEPopulation ages 014, female
UIS.LP.AG65.FUIS.R.1.G4.F$proportion, 80+, total, no educationBAR.SEC.ICMP.2024.FE.ZSBAR.PRM.SCHL.5559MYS.PROP.5559.SEC.MFPopulation, aged 1216, maleRatio of female to male tertiary enrollment is the percentage of women to men enrolled at tertiary level in public and private schools.LGross intake ratio to Grade 1 of lower secondary general education, male (%)0average years of secondary schooling, 25+, totalWest Bank and GazaBAR.TER.CMPT.5054.ZS/average years of total schooling, 6569, female5Graduates in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. FemaleAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 5 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 5 population of the given age group. LO.PISA.MAT.FE`LLECE: 3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), malePopulation, aged 5, female1Literacy rate, youth male (% of males ages 1524)0Net intake rate. Primary. Under age (1). FemaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.3539.MF.population in thousand, 6569, female, primaryBased on official government statistics, value added in services in constant and current prices have been revised from 1990 onward. National accounts data in constant prices have been linked back to 1960; the new base year is 2005.NPopulation, age 21, total refers to the total population at the specified age.Fiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Based on official government statistics; the new base year is 2010.MEnrolment in total secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Female0population in thousands (age 15+), 2024, femaleLO.PISA.MAT.LOWUIS.LP.AG15T99.MSE.TER.GRAD.SV.FE.ZSYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryUIS.DR.1.G5&proportion, 4044, total, no education=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 5559, totalMYS.POP.5559.TER.MFPopulation, aged 610, total0Gender parity index for survival rate to grade 4SPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female
Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 4 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 4 population of the given age group. BAR.TER.ICMP.5559.ZSPopulation, aged 1524, maleSRBUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G6.FBAR.POP.2529 St. LuciaBAR.SEC.ICMP.1519.ZS proportion, 15+, male, secondary2average years of secondary schooling, 1519, tot< al+MICS: Transition rate. Primary to SecondarykProportion, 15+, total, secondary is the proportion of the population over age 15 with secondary education.
LO.PASEC.MAT5iTIMSS: Eighth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of science achievement (%)gProportion, 2024, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 2024 with primary education.Population, preprimary, femalePopulation, ages 1418, totalqProportion, 1519, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 1519 with tertiary education.ILLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, totalLEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. General programmes. FemalePopulation in thousand, 2024, total, no education is the total number of people age 2024 (in thousands) with no education.Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 3 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 3 population of the given age group. CPV
UIS.AIR.2.GPVSE.PRE.PRIV.ZS$mean years of schooling, 4044, male0average years of primary schooling, 4549, totalBAR.TER.CMPT.15UP.FE.ZS%mean years of schooling, 4044, totalGender parity index for survival rate to grade 5 is the ratio of female survival rate to grade 5 to the male survival rate to grade 5. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.BAR.PRM.ICMP.6064.FE.ZS`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary2Based on official government statistics released 6 April, 2014, national accounts data have been revised from 2010 onward; the new base year is 2010. The new GDP data are 60 to 75 percent higher than previously reported and incorporate improved data sources and methodology. Nigeria reports using SNA 2008.MYS.POP.7579.SEC.MFJFiscal year end: July 14; reporting period for national accounts data: FY.Population, age 14, totalPopulation in thousand, 1519, total, secondary is the total number of people age 1519 (in thousands) with secondary education.oPercentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in secondary education. All personnel salariesHH.DHS.NIR.1.MPopulation, aged 2, femaleRPercentage of private enrolment. Upper secondary. Technical/vocational programmesHH.MICS.OOST.DO.Q3PASEC: Mean performance on the mathematics scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, total is the average score on the 100 point mathematics scale for 5th grade students.BAR.PRM.CMPT.5054.ZSBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 1519, femaleTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of 4th grade students scoring at least 550 on the mathematics assessment. Students at this benchmark can apply their knowledge and understanding to solve problems. Students can solve word problems involving operations with whole numbers. They can use division in a variety of problem situations. They can use their understanding of place value to solve problems. Students can extend patterns to find a later specified term. Students demonstrate understanding of line symmetry and geometric properties. Students can interpret and use data in tables and graphs to solve problems. They can use information in pictographs and tally charts to complete bar graphs.iMean years of schooling, 4564, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 4564.DRepeaters in Grade 5 of secondary general education, female (number)The new base year is 2010. GDP data are available from 1970 onward while components are revised from 2000 onward only. Historical data in constant prices are linked to preserve growth rates.Adult (15+) literacy rate (%). Female is the percentage of females age 15 and above who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of female literates aged 15 years and over by the corresponding age group population and multiplying the result by 100. Population, aged 611, maleUShare of public expenditure for primary education (% of public education expenditure)CAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools with toilets. Primary. PublicTExpected primary completion rate, male (% of population at theoretical entrance age)SP.POP.1319.MA.UNSP.POP.AG22.TO.UNmTIMSS: Eighth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)RegionuAverage years of total schooling, 25+, female is the average years of education completed among females over age 25. HH.MICS.SCRMYS.MEA.YSCH.6569.MABAR.TER.CMPT.2024.ZSZExpenditure on postsecondary nontertiary as % of government expenditure on education (%)Secondary education, teachersPASEC: Mean performance on the French language scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, female is the average score on the 100 point French language scale for female 5th grade students. Note: Average differences are only significant between males and females in Benin, Burkina Faso, and Burundi. Since comparison is suggested by giving average scores for males/females, please take into account that these are only raw effects of gender. PASEC uses econometric models to validate the effect of gender in achievement.Y3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totalIAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Primary. PublickProportion, 80+, male, no education is the proportion of the male population over age 80 with no education.Teaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Male is the total number of male teachers in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.8Gender parity index for net enrolment rate. PreprimarySP.POP.AG04.MA.UN~Average years of primary schooling, 1519, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 1519.UPercentage of female population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary
UIS.E.56.F300BAR.PRM.ICMP.5559.ZSLO.SACMEQ.REA.HIG.MA0population in thousand, 5559, female, secondary7Adult illiterate population, 15+ years, female (number)Fourth grade students reaching the high international benchmark in reading achievement (%) is the share of fourth grade students scoring at least 550 on the reading assessment. When reading Literary Texts, students at the high benchmarking level can A) Locate and distinguish significant actions and details embedded across the text, B) Make inferences to explain relationships between intentions, actions, events, and feelings, and give textbased support, C) Interpret and integrate story events and character actions and traits from different parts of the text, D) E< valuate the significance of events and actions across the entire story, and E) Recognize the use of some language features (e.g., metaphor, tone, imagery). When reading Informational Texts, students at this benchmarking level can: A) Locate and distinguish relevant information within a dense text or a complex table, B) Make inferences about logical connections to provide explanations and reasons, C) Integrate textual and visual information to interpret the relationship between ideas, and D) Evaluate content and textual elements to make a generalization. For further information on benchmarking levels, please visit the PIRLS website.BAR.TER.SCHL.15UP.FEGGender parity index for gross intake ratio to the last grade of primaryGAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 5. PublicfProgramme d'Analyse des Systmes Educatifs de la CONFEMEN/Program on the Analysis of Education Systems3average years of secondary schooling, 6064, femaleMYS.PROP.65UP.PRI.MFSchool life expectancy (years). Primary to secondary. Total is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.SE.PRM.DROP.MA.ZSMYS.PROP.6064.PRI.FEHH.MICS.TR.12.UHH.DHS.TR.12.UBAR.TER.ICMP.2529.ZS4Female share of graduates in education (%, tertiary)Population, ages 35, totalSt. Kitts and NevisSE.PRM.PRSL.ZSsPrimary completion rate. Quintile 4 is the total number of quintile 4 students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of quintile 4 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 4 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. ABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 4044, femaleSE.PRM.TENR.MA*Graduation age population. Primary. FemaleiProportion, 1544, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 1544 with tertiary education.?Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary is the number of postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of youth of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.MYS.PROP.3539.TER.MASE.TER.GRAD.AG.FE.ZSMLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, maleiMean years of schooling, 1519, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 1519.LO.SACMEQ.MAT.FEHH.MICS.SCR.Q5~Population in thousand, 4564, female, no education is the total number of females age 4564 (in thousands) with no education.@Enrolment in total secondary. Public. General programmes. Female4Percentage of trained teachers. Preprimary. TotalDropout rate. Primary. Grade 3. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.DMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. RuralPPopulation, age 24, female refers to the female population at the specified age.nPopulation in thousands, 15+, female is the female population over age 15 in thousands estimated by BarroLee.UIS.REPR.1.G3.FSE.PRE.ENRR.MA'proportion, 25  29, male, no education&proportion, 3539, total, no education0population in thousands (age 15+), 3539, female&mean years of schooling, 30  34, maleuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)*DHS: Transition rate. Primary to SecondaryTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. Tertiary is the expenditure coming from private sources spent on tertiary education expressed as a % of GDP.Population, aged 0, maleMali#Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. General programmes. Total is the number of graduates regardless of age in general programmes of lower secondary education expressed as a percentage of the population at the theoretical graduation age in general programmes of lower secondary education.ParaguayPopulation, age 2, totalEnrolment in 6 tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private ISCED 6 tertiary education institutions. This level is reserved for tertiary programmes which lead to the award of an advanced research qualification. The programmes are therefore devoted to advanced study and original research and are not based on coursework only.2population in thousand, 20  24, female, secondary^Net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education by overage entrants (+1 year), both sexes (%)BAR.NOED.6569.FE.ZS/Expected gross primary graduation ratio. Female9Dropout rate from Grade 2 of primary education, male (%)SP.POP.1218.FE.UNgProportion, 7579, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 7579 with no education.BAR.SCHL.2529.FERepetition rate in primary. Grade 4. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.qProportion, 25+, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population over age 25 with tertiary education.5Theoretical duration of preprimary education (years)population in thousand, 7579, total, primaryMYS.PROP.5559.SEC.MA?BarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 15+, totalMYS.POP.1564.PRI.MFBAR.PRM.CMPT.2024.ZS1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 4. MaleSE.SEC.NENR.MAShare of newly recruited public lower secondary school teachers who are female. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.MYS.POP.2024.PRI.MFAverage years of tertiary schooling, 7074, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 7074. GAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 2. PublicCuraaoSchool age population. Upper secondary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to upper secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.lPercentage of female population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)2035;Enrolment in upper secondary education, both sexes (number)PHL?Net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (%)BAR.TER.CMPT.6569.FE.ZSiTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. Tertiary
UIS.E.1.PRUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G1BAR.PRM.SCHL.15UP.FEMYS.MEA.YSCH.3539.MAOEducational expenditure in post secondary as % of total educational expenditurejAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 7 of primary education (number)UIS.E.56.Fuk2.FUIS.E.3.V.PUColombiaSchool life expectancy net of repetition (years). Primary to lower secondary. Total is the number of years of schooling that a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, excluding years spent repeating grades. The indicator reflects the overall level of development of an education system in terms of the average number of years of schooling without repetition that can be offered to the schoolage populatio< n, including those who never enter school. It is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the given level of education, plus the number of pupils of unknown age in the given level of education divided by the schoolage population for that level of education, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education, minus the number of repeaters in a given level of education divided by the schoolage population for that level, multiplied by the duration of that level of education.RPercentage of female teachers in preprimary education who are trained, female (%)MPercentage of repeaters in Grade 2 of secondary general education, female (%)BAR.PRM.ICMP.2529.ZSMYS.POP.5559.TER.MA<Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in scienceSE.TER.PRIV.ZS!Population, low secondary, femalePercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. Preprimary is the expenditure coming from private sources spent on preprimary education expressed as a % of GDP.Population in thousand, 7074, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 7074 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MAFECSEnrolment in preprimary. Public. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public preprimary education institutions.WAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Lower secondary. Public. FemaleOExpected primary completion rate (% of population at theoretical entrance age)(DHS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 4(mean years of schooling, 25  29, femaleBAR.SEC.ICMP.1519.FE.ZS
United StatesMPercentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience. FemaleBAR.TER.SCHL.75UP<Teachers in secondary general education, both sexes (number)PPercentage of population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondarysAverage years of total schooling, 1519, total is the average years of education completed among people age 1519. @Graduates in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. Female0average years of tertiary schooling, 75+, femaleqProportion, 3539, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 3539 with tertiary education.2MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. RuralBased on data from the Vietnam Statistics Office, national accounts data have been revised from 2000 onward; the new base year is 2010.
UIS.R.1.G52population in thousand, 1519, total, no educationgPercentage of population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)BAR.TER.SCHL.6569
UIS.SLEN.12.ThPercentage of female population age 75+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)MYS.POP.1544.PRI.FEMYS.POP.7579.SEC.MAHRepeaters in Grade 9 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary UIS.FTP.3sProportion, 5559, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 5559 with secondary education."MICS: Net attendance rate. PrimaryAmerican SamoaPopulation, ages 35, femaleBAR.PRM.CMPT.5054.FE.ZSbAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in lower secondary education, male
UIS.E.1.G4eA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 2.20371 Netherlands guilder. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.UIS.AFR.TRNTP.2.PU.TNPopulation, age 23, total refers to the total population at the specified age.UIS.AFR.ECP.MG.1.PUqTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. International sources. All levels'Enrolment in education. Tertiary. TotalUIS.E.2.V.FExpenditure on tertiary education is expressed as a percentage of total general government expenditure on education. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.COGwBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)lBarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)Enrolment in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary engineering, manufacturing and construction programs.zPopulation in thousand, 1519, male, primary is the total number of males age 1519 (in thousands) with primary education.MYS.POP.4564.SEC.FELEnrolment in upper secondary education, public institutions, female (number)Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. BAR.POP.1519BAR.SEC.CMPT.2529.ZSGross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes. Total is the total enrollment in upper secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total population of official upper secondary education age. Outofschool children of lower secondary school age. Male is the total number of male lower secondary school age children who are not enrolled in lower secondary education.Average years of primary schooling, 3539, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 3539. HH.DHS.PCR.FLSACMEQ:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%)%Enrolment in primary. Grade 6. Total
UIS.REPP.1.G4UPercentage of female population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary
HH.MICS.SCR.R4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 5559, total~Population in thousand, 15+, female, primary is the total number of females over age 15 (in thousands) with primary education.KiribatiMYS.PROP.65UP.NED.MFMYS.PROP.65UP.PRI.MAEnrolment in preprimary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public and private preprimary education institutions.MYS.PROP.6064.NED.FE proportion, 65+, female, primary2Gross enrolment ratio, preprimary, both sexes (%)GEnrolment in 6 tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. FemaleLO.TIMSS.SCI8.HI$proportion, 5559, female, secondaryPopulation, aged 1017, femaleSE.TER.ENRR.MABBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 2529, femalePopulation in thousand, 4549, total, primary is the total number of people age 4549 (in thousands) with primary education.Percentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Primary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to primary education.MYS.PROP.25UP.SEC.FEFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. Based on official government statistics; the new base year is 2009/10. Uganda reports using SNA 2008. Price valuation is in producer prices.NStudents at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), maleSP.POP.AG09.MA.UNEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tech< nical/vocational programmes at public and private lower secondary education institutions.&SubSaharan Africa (all income levels)!proportion, 5054, male, tertiary)Repeaters in primary. All grades. Female2average years of secondary schooling, 4044, total<Gross enrolment ratio, primary and secondary, both sexes (%)>School life expectancy (years). Primary to secondary. Female`LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), maleUIS.R.1.G1.FAverage years of tertiary schooling, 6569, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 6569. /population in thousands (age 15+), 5054, totalEquatorial GuineaPopulation, ages 1015, femaleDMAPopulation, ages 712, male1average years of tertiary schooling, 4549, totalSP.SEC.TOTL.MA.INBAR.NOED.4044.FE.ZS3average years of secondary schooling, 7074, femaleU3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleMYS.POP.25UP.TER.FEPISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female is the percentage of female students below Level 1b (less than 262.04 score points) on the reading scale.KPercentage of repeaters in Grade 7 of secondary general education, male (%)MYS.POP.15UP.PRI.FE~Population in thousand, 5054, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 5054 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Population, aged 3 5, maleMYS.PROP.1564.TER.MFCEnrolment in preprimary. Public and private. All programmes. TotalMYS.POP.1564.NED.MFUIS.AFR.TATTRR.3.Pu.TABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 5054, female5Youth literacy rate, population 1524 years, male (%)SE.PRM.PRSL.MA.ZSMYS.POP.1564.PRI.MAMYS.POP.2024.NED.MF
UIS.DR.1.G4.F,population in thousand, 65+, female, primary%Enrolment in primary. Grade 3. TotalTPercentage of all students in tertiary education enrolled in ISCED 5, both sexes (%)FFragile situations aggregate. Note: Countries with fragile situations are primarily International Development Associationeligible countries and nonmember or inactive countries and territories with a 3.2 or lower harmonized average of the World Bank's Country Policy and Institutional Assessment rating and the corresponding rating by a regional development bank, or that have had a UN or regional peacebuilding and political mission (for example by the African Union, European Union, or Organization of American States) or peacekeeping mission (for example, by the African Union, European Union, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or Organization of American States) during the last three years. This definition is pursuant to an agreement between the World Bank and other multilateral development banks at the start of the International Development Association 15 round in 2007. The list of countries and territories with fragile situations is imperfect and used here to reflect a complex concept. The World Bank continues to work with partners and client countries to refine the concept.UIS.T.3.V.FMYS.POP.2024.PRI.MAGPopulation, age 1418, female is the total number of females age 1418.BAR.TER.CMPT.4044.FE.ZSHPercentage of students in tertiary ISCED 5 programmes who are female (%)UIS.R.23.GPV.G5Population, aged 5, malekProportion, 3539, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 3539 with primary education.Population, aged 1014, femaleBAR.TER.CMPT.3539.ZSFiscal year ends on September 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. National accounts data are revised based on IMF reports.MYS.PROP.7074.PRI.MF&Gross primary graduation ratio, femaleBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 7074, female UIS.T.3.VPopulation, ages 611, totalDGraduates in science, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)0population in thousands (age 15+), 4549, female
UIS.E.56.Fuk2MYS.PROP.2024.SEC.FEKEnrolment in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. Female=MICS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+LO.PISA.SCI.LOW.FE;BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 25+, totalSPercentage of female population age 1519 with primary schooling. Completed Primary0average years of secondary schooling, 75+, totalUIS.FOSEP.56.F200.FU6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), male#Secondary education, general pupilsPopulation, aged 25, totalpBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)UIS.R.1.average years of primary schooling, 15+, total:Literacy rate, adult total (% of people ages 15 and above)/Net intake rate. Primary. Over age (+1). FemaleUIS.FOSEP.56.F700.FoProportion, 3539, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 3539 with secondary education.WPercentage of female population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryPopulation, aged 1419, femaleSE.XPD.MTER.ZSDropout rate. Primary. Grade 1. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 3034, totalCPopulation, age 46, female is the total number of females age 46.}Middle income group aggregate. Middleincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was between $1,046 and $12,735.Share of newly recruited public upper secondary school teachers who are female. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.UIS.E.23.GPV.G3.FNPopulation, age 13, total refers to the total population at the specified age.SP.POP.0713.FE.UNVanuatuIsraelAGross enrolment ratio, lower secondary, gender parity index (GPI)ILLECE:Mean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, totalHH.MICS.OOST.X.Q3MYS.POP.2024.TER.FEPopulation in thousand, 5054, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 5054 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. BAR.TER.ICMP.7074.FE.ZSEnrolment in primary. Public and private. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public and private primary education institutions.hPercentage of female population age 15+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)MICS: Primary completion rateNet attendance rate. Secondary. Female is the proportion of female children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. Y6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totalkProportion, 5054, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 5054 with primary education.LStudents at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Male=Gross enrolment ratio. Primary & Secondary combined. FemaleHH.MICS.OOST.LMYS.POP.1544.NED.FETPercentage of all students in tertiary education enrolled in ISCED 8, both sexes (%)cGross graduation ratio from first degree programmes (ISCED 6 and 7) in tertiary education, male (%)qProportion, 5559, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 5559 with tertiary education.Population, aged 710, maleLast Updated DateHH.MICS.PCRPopulation, aged 9, femaleUIS.TRANR.23.GPV.GPI0average years of primary schooling, 2024, totalUIS.AFR.NTP.1.PU.F~Population in thousand, 15+, male, secondary is the total number of males over age 15 (in thousands) with secondary education.,average years of total schooling, 15+, total:Gross enrolment ratio, tertiary, gender parity index (GPI)>Percentage of teachers in primary education who are female (%)2Gross completion ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5A) first degree. Female is the total number of female graduate< s in tertiary ISCED 5A programmes (first degree) expressed as a percentage of the female population of the age where they theoretically finish the most common first degree programme in the given country..PISA:Mean performance on the mathematics scale'DHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Male
HH.DHS.PCR.Q5Average years of tertiary schooling, 1519, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 1519. &mean years of schooling, 1544, female/population in thousand, 4564, total, secondaryKPercentage of repeaters in Grade 2 of secondary general education, male (%)Repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. BAR.PRM.CMPT.3539.ZSMYS.POP.4044.SEC.FE6DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 2Population, aged 611, totalqTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalNPercentage of population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryHH.MICS.YRS.1519.Q2UIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G7.PU^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPupilteacher ratio. Secondary is the number of pupils enrolled in secondary school divided by the number of secondary school teachers.MYS.PROP.3539.NED.FELPercentage of population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryUIS.GER.1t6.GPIUkraineFPercentage of teachers in lower secondary education who are female (%)
Montenegro_Duration of 3A upper secondary is the number of grades (years) in 3A upper secondary education.UIS.REPP.3.GPVAverage years of tertiary schooling, 3034, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 3034. 6Enrolment in secondary vocational, both sexes (number)PISA: Mean performance on the mathematics scale, female is the average score of 15yearold female students on the mathematics scale.SPercentage of teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, both sexes (%)Population, ages 1419, total"Adult illiterate population. TotalMYS.POP.25UP.NED.MAmPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Health and Welfare programmes, both sexes (%)ETheoretical duration of postsecondary nontertiary education (years)
HH.MICS.SCR.MMYS.PROP.65UP.NED.MATGross enrolment ratio. Preprimary. Total is the total enrollment in preprimary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total population of official preprimary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.#Population, ages 1564 (% of total)?Dropout rate from Grade 4 of primary education, both sexes (%)>MICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education)Overage enrolment ratio. Primary. Female2BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 25+, total%mean years of schooling, 4549, totalBAR.PRM.CMPT.4549.FE.ZSABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 6569, femaleBAR.TER.SCHL.5559UIS.SAP.1.G1.MlEnrolment in science. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary science programs.HH.MICS.OOST.L.Q4fAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 4 of primary education (number)7Elderly illiterate population, 65+ years, male (number)Population, aged 13, maleSE.PRE.NENR.MA
BAR.SCHL.2024Population, age 15, total>Enrolment in Grade 6 of primary education, both sexes (number)zPopulation in thousand, 1519, male, no education is the total number of males age 1519 (in thousands) with no education.QShare of primary schoolage children enrolled in preprimary education (%). TotalRPercentage of private enrolment. Lower secondary. Technical/vocational programmesDBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with no educationRatio of female to male primary enrollment is the percentage of girls to boys enrolled at primary level in public and private schools.ARBNet attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 1 is the proportion of quintile 1 children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.1MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. MaleSP.POP.0712.TO.UNBAR.TER.ICMP.15UP.FE.ZS9Dropout rate from Grade 7 of primary education, male (%)9Elderly illiterate population, 65+ years, female (number)<DHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entryLatin America & Caribbean (all income levels)nBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UIS.XGDP.1.FSpr.FDinst.FFdLO.LLECE.REA6.LOW.MAMYS.POP.15UP.NED.FEPOutofschool rate for children of primary school age (%). Total is the number of children of official primary school age who are not enrolled in primary or secondary school, expressed as a percentage of the population of official primary school age. Children enrolled in preprimary education are excluded and considered out of school.$Starting age of compulsory educationAdult illiterate population. Female is the total number of females over age 15 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.Montenegro declared independence from Serbia and Montenegro on June 3, 2006. Where available, data for each country are shown separately. However, for Serbia, some indicators continue to include data for Montenegro through 2005.9Enrolment in lower secondary general, both sexes (number)SP.POP.1118.MA.UN!proportion, 6569, total, primaryPopulation, age 7, femalemProportion, 6569, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 6569 with tertiary education.NPercentage of population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary0population in thousand, 20  24, female, primaryMYS.PROP.1564.TER.MAMYS.PROP.80UP.TER.MFChadcPercentage of graduates from Health and Welfare programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)jGross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 3 is the number of quintile 3 postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 3 population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.Population, ages 014, femaleSP.POP.1317.FE.UNMGross intake ratio to Grade 1 of primary education, gender parity index (GPI)'mean years of schooling, 30  34, totalMYS.POP.2024.NED.MA=Population, age 710, total is the total population age 710.aSecondary completion rate. Rural is the total number of rural students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of rural repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of rural children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. UBarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryUIS.AFR.FNTP.3HH.MICS.OOST.DO.M
UIS.E.3.PUkProportion, 1544, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 1544 with no education.MYS.PROP.7074.NED.MFSP.POP.AG02.FE.UNMYS.PROP.7074.PRI.MAkProportion, 65+, male, no education is the proportion of the male population over age 65 with no education.:Enrolment in Grade 1 of primary education, female (number).TIMSS: Fourth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 4th grade students scoring below 400 on the science assessment. This indicator is calculated by subtracting the share of students reaching the low international benchmark from 100.population in thousand, 5559, male, tertiaryJAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. All Grades. PublicBAR.SEC.SCHL.3034.FECPopulation< , age 35, female is the total number of females age 35.Current expenditure on education as % of GNI is the total public current education expenditure expressed as a percentage of the Gross National Income (GNI) in a given financial year. GNI is also referred to as Gross National Product (GNP).Public expenditure per pupil as a % of GDP per capita. All levels is the total public expenditure per student as a percentage of GDP per capita. Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private), education administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities).SP.PRM.GRAD.FEUIS.E.23.AgI23Population, age 2, maleUIS.TRANRA.23.GPVCEnrolment in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants, both sexesJMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 4Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in health and welfare is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in health and welfare programmes.6TIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of 4th grade students scoring at least 475 on the mathematics assessment. Students at this benchmark can apply basic mathematical knowledge in straightforward situations. Students at this level demonstrate an understanding of whole numbers and some understanding of fractions. Students can visualize threedimensional shapes from twodimensional representations. They can interpret bar graphs, pictographs, and tables to solve simple problems.BAR.POP.6569/population in thousand, 30  34, male, tertiaryPopulation, age 3, totalFemale labor force with secondary education is the share of the female labor force that attained or completed secondary education as the highest level of education.oSchool life expectancy (years). Tertiary. Male is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.
UIS.ROFST.2.F_PASEC: Mean performance on the French language scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, total6DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 1Population, age 4, female7Enrolment in upper secondary education, female (number)HH.DHS.OOST.DO.Q2Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 4 is the proportion of quintile 4 pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. proportion, 6569, male, primary<Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. All programmes. FemaleAngolaIndicator is for Failure Rate on the PASEC exam, which is less than the score a pupil could obtain by completing the PASEC test randomly.SP.POP.1017.FE.UNHH.DHS.NAR.23.F~Population in thousand, 1519, female, no education is the total number of females age 1519 (in thousands) with no education.iProportion, 5054, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 5054 with tertiary education.`World Bank estimates using ratio from UN World Population Prospects and World Bank's population. proportion, 6064, male, primaryPublic current expenditure on education as % of total current government expenditure is the share of total government current expenditures for the education sector.Repeaters in primary. Grade unspecified. Total is the number of pupils enrolled in the same unspecified grade for a second (or further) year. MYS.POP.1519.SEC.FEPopulation in thousand, 3034, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 3034 (in thousands) with tertiary education.>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 2529, femaleEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. General programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in general programmes at public upper secondary education institutions.GPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in health and welfareSE.PRM.CMPL.MA.ZS*DHS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 11average years of tertiary schooling, 7074, total'proportion, 6569, female, no educationPopulation in thousand, 80+, total, no education is the total number of people over age 80 (in thousands) with no education.JLLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, femalePercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 4. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. 3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Male$proportion, 15+, total, no education8Enrolment in preprimary. Public. All programmes. FemaleUIS.thDur.4.A.GPVMYS.PROP.3034.SEC.MFHH.MICS.NAR.1.FNew ZealandPopulation in thousand, 3034, total, secondary is the total number of people age 3034 (in thousands) with secondary education.Population, low secondary, maleHH.DHS.NAR.1.FgProportion, 4044, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 4044 with no education.[Gender parity index for survival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes)SP.POP.1316.TO.UNNPercentage of population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryBAR.TER.ICMP.6569.FE.ZSOPopulation, age 5, female refers to the female population at the specified age.?Population, age 1118, total is the total population age 1118.1978@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 1519, totaloProportion, 6569, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 6569 with no education.NPopulation, age 15, total refers to the total population at the specified age.MYS.MEA.YSCH.1564.MF0Gross enrollment rate (%), lower secondary, malePopulation, ages 46, maleTCALO.PISA.SCI.MAkProportion, 80+, total, secondary is the proportion of the population over age 80 with secondary education.UIS.XGDP.FDINSTADM.FFDoProportion, 7074, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 7074 with primary education.~Based on official government statistics, national accounts data have been revised from 2006 onward; the new base year is 2006.BAR.PRM.CMPT.2024.FE.ZSBMean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, maleyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.POP.3034.TER.MF;Percentage of female population age 7074 with no educationPopulation, age 1, femaleSE.SEC.ENRRABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 1519, totalSE.PRM.NENR.FEQTIMSS:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for eighth grade students, total3population in thousand, 4564, female, no educationkProportion, 2024, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 2024 with secondary education.SP.POP.0609.MA.UNLICrUnemployment refers to the share of the labor force that is without work but available for and seeking employment.Population in thousand, 5054, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 5054 (in thousands) with tertiary education.SE.SEC.CMPT.LO.ZSUIS.FEP.5.BDJISchool age population. Preprimary. Female is the female p< opulation of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to preprimary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.BAR.PRM.SCHL.25UPUIS.SLE.56.GPIgProportion, 7579, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 7579 with primary education.SE.XPD.CUR.SECO.ZSOEDMYS.MEA.YSCH.25UP.FESE.SEC.ENRL.FEMPopulation, age 3, total refers to the total population at the specified age.cA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 200.482 Portuguese escudo. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.?Outofschool rate for children of primary school age (%). MaleCambodiaUIS.G.56.F300.dcount.FELabor force with tertiary education, female (% of female labor force);Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. All programmes. TotalV6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), totalNet attendance rate. Secondary. Male is the proportion of male children of official secondary school age who are attending secondary school. LTIMSS:Mean performance on the science scale for eighth grade students, male4Pupils of the official school age. Primary. FemaleIcelandSE.TOT.ENRR
UIS.DR.1.G1.FUGASPercentage of female population age 5559 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryKAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % female. Upper secondary. PublicGBRQDuration of preprimary is the number of grades (years) in preprimary education.QPrimary to secondary general education transition rate, gender parity index (GPI)MYS.POP.5054.SEC.MFPopulation, aged 18, male\Teaching staff in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. TotalnEnrolment in services. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary services programs.SE.SEC.REPT.FE.ZSKPercentage of teachers in primary education who are trained, both sexes (%)Average years of primary schooling, 2529, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 2529. SP.POP.1016.TO.UNiTIMSS:Fourth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)LPercentage of enrolment in preprimary education in private institutions (%)MYS.PROP.4549.NED.MFMYS.PROP.4549.PRI.MA9Graduates in agriculture (% of total graduates, tertiary)MYS.PROP.80UP.TER.MAThe new base year is 2009.1average years of tertiary schooling, 2024, totalUIS.OFST.2.M^A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 0.787564 Irish pound. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.cPercentage of population age 3034 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)SE.PRM.TCAQ.FE.ZSPupils of the official school age. Secondary. Male is the total number of male secondary school students who are of the official secondary school age (ISCED 2 & 3). NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.LPercentage of population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryzPopulation in thousand, 4549, male, primary is the total number of males age 4549 (in thousands) with primary education._Survival rate to the last grade of lower secondary general education, gender parity index (GPI)Population, aged 1017, malePopulation in thousand, 1544, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 1544 (in thousands) with tertiary education./population in thousand, 6569, total, secondaryMYS.PROP.7074.NED.MA>Enrolment in Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (number)?Population, age 1318, total is the total population age 1318.WBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with primary schooling. Completed Primary:Enrolment in Grade 2 of primary education, female (number)BAR.PRM.SCHL.4044.FE6TIMSS: Fourth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of 4th grade students scoring below 400 on the mathematics assessment. This indicator is calculated by subtracting the share of students reaching the low international benchmark from 100.4Enrolment in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. TotalVCT?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with no education2005UAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Lower secondary. Public. MaleHNumber of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants. Female&DHS: Secondary completion rate. FemalePopulation, age 23, maleRSchool life expectancy net of repetition (years). Primary to lower secondary. MaleYEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Female<Enrolment in upper secondary vocational, both sexes (number)SE.PRM.UNERPopulation, ages 710, totalSE.SEC.AGESPercentage female teachers. Lower secondary is the number of female teachers at the lower secondary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers (male and female) at the lower secondary level in a given school year. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions./DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 2HH.DHS.YRS.1519.Q1>Enrolment in Grade 7 of primary education, both sexes (number)tPopulation in thousands,5054, total is the total population of 5054 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.=BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 75+, totalSP.POP.AG07.FE.UNMalaysiaMYS.PROP.4549.TER.FE&Elderly (65+) literacy rate (%). TotalUIS.TRANRA.23.GPV.GPI;BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 75+, total;Dropout rate from Grade 5 of primary education, female (%)%mean years of schooling, 7074, total/population in thousand, 1544, total, secondary2population in thousand, 1544, total, no educationHH.MICS.GAR.456.Q5UIS.REPP.1.G4.MTUN^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with primary schooling. Completed Primary}Percentage of tertiary graduates in health and welfare is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied health and welfare.~Population in thousand, 3539, female, primary is the total number of females age 3539 (in thousands) with primary education.)proportion, 25  29, female, no education"Gender parity index for primary completion rate is the ratio of the female primary completion rate to the male primary completion rate. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. The primary completion rate indicator is also referred< to as gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary. NLDSE.TER.CMPL.FE.ZS?Population, age 1017, total is the total population age 1017.Enrolment in humanities and arts. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary humanities and arts programs.Population, age 7, maleMYS.MEA.YSCH.2024.FE;Teachers in secondary vocational education, female (number)jPercentage of female population age 5559 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)LO.PIRLS.REATPublic current education expenditure, secondary (% of current education expenditure)HH.MICS.NIR.1.Q5FSMSP.PRE.TOTL.FE.INCPopulation, age 1116, male is the total number of males age 1116.&Enrolment in primary. Grade 4. FemaleEPercentage of female students. Postsecondary nontertiary educationSE.PRM.ENRLPopulation, ages 612, totalNAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools with access to potable water (%)MYS.PROP.6569.SEC.FEEPopulation, age 713, female is the total number of females age 713.rEnrolment in secondary. Grade 7. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 7 of secondary education.)MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. UrbanoCurrent expenditure other than staff compensation as % of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions (%)HH.DHS.OOST.X.Q4/population in thousand, 5054, total, secondaryproportion, 65+, total, primary~Population in thousand, 7074, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 7074 (in thousands) with tertiary education.BAR.TER.ICMP.4044.FE.ZS#proportion, 4564, total, secondaryKPopulation of the official age for lower secondary education, male (number)Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. All programmes. Male is the number of male graduates regardless of age in all lower secondary education programmes expressed as a percentage of the male population at the theoretical graduation age for lower secondary education./population in thousand, 20  24, total, primaryNPercentage of population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryiEnrolment in primary. Private is the total student enrolment in private primary educational institutions.MYS.MEA.YSCH.1564.MADMean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, femalePopulation, aged 710, totalMYS.POP.6569.TER.FElBarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)"proportion, 1564, total, tertiary'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. FemaleRepetition rate in primary. Grade 3. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 3539, female~Population in thousand, 4044, male, secondary is the total number of males age 4044 (in thousands) with secondary education.2population in thousand, 7074, total, no education
UIS.LR.AG65.FBAR.POP.6064.FEPTIMSS: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for fourth grade students, male\Teaching staff in preprimary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. TotalAGross graduation ratio from lower secondary education, female (%)SH.DYN.AIDS.ZSkAfrica Dataset: Percentage of teachers in upper secondary education who are newly recruited, both sexes (%)&proportion, 20  24, female, secondarySP.SEC.TOTL.IN4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. TotalSE.PRM.CMPL.ZS:Outofschool children of lower secondary school age. Male3population in thousand, 1519, female, no educationCPopulation, age 1216, male is the total number of males age 1216.KPercentage of repeaters in Grade 8 of secondary general education, male (%)4Outbound mobility ratio, all regions, both sexes (%)Percentage of female tertiary graduates in health and welfare is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied health and welfare.;Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. PreprimaryUIS.NIR.1.AGM1.FwBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)PPercentage of population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMYS.POP.2529.SEC.MFPLWPupilteacher ratio. Primary is the number of pupils enrolled in primary school divided by the number of primary school teachers.Indicator is the share of students who score above the Knowledge Base Rate, which is the proportion of pupils who achieve a minimum learning goal, based on the programs of the level selected, appropriate to the scale of the tests used.2BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 75+, totalkProportion, 25+, male, primary is the proportion of the male population over age 25 with primary education.;Dropout rate from Grade 2 of primary education, female (%)?Population, age 1217, total is the total population age 1217.Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the population of the given age group.LPercentage of population age 3539 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryLO.PIRLS.REA.ADVgBased on IMF data, national accounts data have been revised for 2005 onward; the new base year is 2005.ZGraduates in unknown or unspecified fields, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)SE.PRM.NINT.ZSExpected gross primary graduation ratio. Male/population in thousand, 1564, female, tertiaryPopulation, aged 612, totalUIS.REPP.2.GPV.MUIS.R.1.GukHH.MICS.PCR.Q2iGross graduation ratio from first degree programmes (ISCED 6 and 7) in tertiary education, both sexes (%)UIS.LPP.AG15T99qPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Humanities and Arts programmes, female (%)Population in thousand, 3539, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 3539 (in thousands) with tertiary education.HH.DHS.OOST.L.Q5~Population in thousand, 6569, female, no education is the total number of females age 6569 (in thousands) with no education.School age population. Postsecondary. MalePercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Post secondary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to postsecondary education.MYS.PROP.4549.NED.MAUIS.T.2.V.FMNEMLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 4th grade students, totalEnrolment in primary. Public. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public primary education institutions.LO.SACMEQ.REA.HIG`PIRLS: Fourth grade students reaching the low international benchmark in reading achievement (%)Euro area aggregate.'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Female@Trained teachers in primary education, male (% of male teachers)The new reference year for chain linked series is 2010. April 2011 database update: The National Statistical Office revised national accounts data from 1995 onward. GDP in current prices were about 4 percent higher than previous estimates.>Gender parity index for survival rate to last grade of primary:Enrolment in Grade 3 of primary education, female (number)SL.TLF.TERT.MA.ZSPopulation in thousand, 15+, female, tertiary is the total number of females over age 15 (in thousands) with tertiary education.fPercentage of graduates from programmes in unspecified fields in tertiary education who are female (%)!proportion, 4549, male, tertiaryUIS.NIRA.1.M2000Population, aged 23, malePopulation, ages 1418, female]LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), total`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryLO.PIRLS.REA.HINTIMSS:Mean performance on the science scale for eighth grade students, female=BarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with no educationPopulation, age 16, totalMPopulation, age 5, total refers to the total population at the specified age.UIS.E.0.PU.F/population in thousand, 65+, male, no educationMEnrolment in lower secondary. Public. Technical/vo< cational programmes. FemalepGraduates in services. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from services programs.NMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 5GA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2009: 1 euro = 30.126 Slovak koruna. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.OPopulation, age 7, female refers to the female population at the specified age.Armenia&proportion, 1519, total, no education>Survival rate to last grade of primary. Female is the share of female children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach the last grade of primary. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.HH.MICS.TR.12.Q3bLLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleBAR.PRM.ICMP.4549.FE.ZS"proportion, 4564, female, primaryPopulation, aged 4 6, femaleLO.TIMSS.MAT4.INTUIS.GTVP.3.V
LO.TIMSS.MAT8$SubSaharan Africa (developing only)DEnrolment in Grade 3 of secondary general education, female (number)WPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in unspecified and general programmesSP.POP.0511.TO.UN
UIS.GER.1t6.MABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 4044, totalnAfrica Dataset: Percentage of female newly recruited teachers in primary education who are trained, female (%)aPercentage of population age 25+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)=Gross graduation ratio from primary education, both sexes (%)#proportion, 30  34, male, tertiaryoProportion, 4549, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 4549 with secondary education.aGross enrolment ratio. Secondary. All programmes. Male is the total male enrollment in secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the male population of official secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.Population in thousand, 1519, female, secondary is the total number of females age 1519 (in thousands) with secondary education.MYS.POP.6569.NED.MAKPercentage of repeaters in Grade 3 of secondary general education, male (%)APopulation, age 610, male is the total number of males age 610.SP.POP.AG10.TO.UN7MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 5UIS.CEAge.1UIS.XGDP.FSpr.FDinst.FFd+PISA: Mean performance on the reading scale.average years of total schooling, 6569, totalIMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 2IDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 1EDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. FemaleUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G1.FTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in general programmes in public and private lower secondary education institutions (ISCED 2). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.3SACMEQ: Mean performance on the reading scale, male0population in thousand, 4549, female, secondaryPopulation, ages 1116, totalFRAPASEC: Mean performance on the French language scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, male is the average score on the 100 point French language scale for male 5th grade students. Note: Average differences are only significant between males and females in Benin, Burkina Faso, and Burundi. Since comparison is suggested by giving average scores for males/females, please take into account that these are only raw effects of gender. PASEC uses econometric models to validate the effect of gender in achievement.XNet intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education by overage entrants (+1 year), male (%)>Africa Dataset: Percentage of primary schools with toilets (%)BPrimary to secondary general education transition rate, female (%)LO.TIMSS.SCI4.MAPopulation in thousand, 2529, total, secondary is the total number of people age 2529 (in thousands) with secondary education.HPercentage of students in secondary general education who are female (%)MYS.POP.3034.PRI.FETotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. Primary is the expenditure coming from public, private and international sources spent on primary education expressed as a % of GDP.Population, ages 1116, malelPercentage of female population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. Primary is the expenditure coming from public sources spent on primary education expressed as a % of GDP.CanadaUIS.AFR.TATTRR.2.Pu.FSE.XPD.TCHR.XC.ZSUIS.REPP.2.GPVCDHS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. RuralzEnrolment in secondary. Grade 3. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 3 of secondary education.UIS.XNATURCP.23.FDPUB.FNTSPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. 0population in thousand, 25  29, female, primaryNet attendance rate. Primary. Urban is the proportion of urban children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.ROUlBarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)1985?Population, age 1116, total is the total population age 1116.XSACMEQ:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleTEducational expenditure not allocated by level as % of total educational expenditureBAR.TER.CMPT.3034.FE.ZSMYS.MEA.YSCH.7074.FENPercentage of population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 7. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.Population, age 4, totalMYS.MEA.YSCH.80UP.MFiTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)Central African RepublicMYS.PROP.5559.TER.MFJPercentage of population age 25+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryUIS.OFSPPT.1.M2average years of tertiary schooling, 1519, femaleSP.POP.1218.MA.UNRepeaters in primary. Grade 3. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. ,population in thousand, 25+, female, primary?Dropout rate from Grade 2 of primary education, both sexes (%)JLLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, totalAverage years of tertiary schooling, 4549, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 4549. WPercentage of female population age 4549 with seconda< ry schooling. Completed SecondaryzPopulation in thousand, 1564, male, primary is the total number of males age 1564 (in thousands) with primary education.HH.MICS.GAR.4566Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 4 is the number of new quintile 4 pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 4 population of official entrance age to primary education. MexicoGender parity index for net enrolment rate. Secondary is the ratio of female net enrolment rate for secondary to the male net enrolment rate for secondary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. MYS.PROP.80UP.NED.FE`TIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of science achievement (%)UNESCO Institute for StatisticMYS.POP.2529.SEC.MAnEnrolment in primary. Grade 4. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 4 of primary education.UIS.E.23.AgI23.M
BAR.SCHL.6064MYS.MEA.YSCH.15UP.MFUIS.T.2yPopulation, age 014 (% of total) is the population between the ages of 0 and 14 as a percentage of the total population.MYS.PROP.7579.SEC.MFUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G3.PU.MATHPPopulation, age 21, female refers to the female population at the specified age. UIS.GGR.2oProportion, 4549, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 4549 with no education.7Elderly literacy rate, population 65+ years, female (%):Gross enrolment ratio. Primary & Secondary combined. TotalDMICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 4UIS.E.1.G3.FPopulation, aged 1116, maleEGYHMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Male5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 1519, femaleSP.POP.1115.TO.UNPopulation, aged 1317, femaleBAR.SEC.CMPT.25UP.FE.ZSMYS.POP.7579.TER.MFEGender parity index for school life expectancy. Primary to secondary.2average years of tertiary schooling, 6064, female$proportion, 1519, female, secondary:Enrolment in Grade 4 of primary education, female (number)TEurope and Central Asia regional aggregate (does not include highincome economies).Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. ?Population, age 1316, total is the total population age 1316.Pupils of the official school age. Primary. Male is the total number of male primary school students who are of the official primary school age. NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.DEnrolment in tertiary education, all programmes, both sexes (number)EASoProportion, 4564, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 4564 with primary education.CDHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 3HH.MICS.YRS.1519.F2012Enrolment in 6 tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public and private ISCED 6 tertiary education institutions. This level is reserved for tertiary programmes which lead to the award of an advanced research qualification. The programmes are therefore devoted to advanced study and original research and are not based on coursework only.Gender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. Lower secondary. All programmes is the ratio of female gross enrolment ratio for lower secondary (All programmes) to the male gross enrolment ratio for lower secondary (All programmes). It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. UIS.LP.AG15T99NORTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Rural is the percentage of rural outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.^Current education expenditure, primary (% of total expenditure in primary public institutions)APopulation, age 611, male is the total number of males age 611.dTeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. FemaleHPCqProportion, 1564, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 1564 with tertiary education.UIS.REPP.1.G1.M_TIMSS:Eighth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of science achievement (%)LPercentage of population age 2024 with primary schooling. Completed Primary/Lower secondary school starting age is the age at which students would enter lower secondary education, assuming they had started at the official entrance age for the lowest level of education, had studied fulltime throughout and had progressed through the system without repeating or skipping a grade.BAR.PRM.ICMP.2024.FE.ZSBAR.PRM.SCHL.5054W3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female:Net enrolment rate, preprimary, gender parity index (GPI)UIS.NIRA.1.GPI,population in thousand, 15+, total, tertiarynPercentage of female population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary);School life expectancy, tertiary, gender parity index (GPI)?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 6569, total5DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 4Net attendance rate. Primar< y. Female is the proportion of female children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.>Pupilteacher ratio in preprimary education (headcount basis)HH.DHS.GAR.456.RMDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 4ALabor force with tertiary education, male (% of male labor force)pPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from programmes in unspecified fields, both sexes (%)uAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Upper secondary. Public and private. Male#proportion, 1544, total, secondary?Population, age 1015, total is the total population age 1015.Average years of secondary schooling, 5054, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 5054. Fourth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark in reading achievement (%) is the share of fourth grade students who did not score at least 400 on the reading assessment. These figures were calculated by the World Bank EdStats team by subtracting the share of students reaching the low international benchmark from 100. For further information on benchmarking levels, please visit the PIRLS website.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. CPercentage of repeaters in Grade 6 of primary education, female (%)DDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Urban;Percentage of female population age 6064 with no educationUIS.E.23.GPV.PUnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)eTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)1population in thousand, 30  34, female, tertiaryBAR.POP.2024BAR.SEC.SCHL.6569.FE.MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 2$mean years of schooling, 1519, male#Primary completion rate, female (%)HH.DHS.NAR.23.Q2BPupilteacher ratio in upper secondary education (headcount basis)SP.SEC.LTOT.IN Dropout rate (%), primary, maleMYS.POP.3034.NED.FEMYS.PROP.1564.PRI.MF$proportion, 4549, female, secondarySP.POP.0305.TO.UN(Enrolment in services. Tertiary. Female>Percentage of repeaters in lower secondary. All grades. FemaleMYS.PROP.2024.PRI.MFBAR.TER.SCHL.25UPzPopulation in thousand, 7579, male, primary is the total number of males age 7579 (in thousands) with primary education.sProportion, 1564, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 1564 with secondary education.HEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public. All programmes. Female^South Asia regional aggregate. There are no economies in South Asia classified as high income.LO.LLECE.REA3.HIG.MASP.POP.AG15.TO.UNSP.PRE.TOTL.IN5Gross tertiary graduation ratio (first degree), totalEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public and private upper secondary education institutions.UIS.PTRHC.2UIS.T.23.GPV.F1997Population, ages 711, total1average years of primary schooling, 1519, femaleABW1980UIS.G.56.F800.dcountiExpected gross primary graduation ratio. Total is the total number of new entrants to the first grade of primary in a given year, regardless of age, who are expected to graduate from the last grade of primary education, regardless of repetition, expressed as a percentage of the population at the official graduation age from primary education in the same year. This indicator is calculated by multiplying the expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary education by the probability of graduation at the last grade of primary. This indicator is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method.ISurvival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes). MaleDDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. FemaleBAdjusted net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, male (%)(Repeaters in primary. All grades. Total$proportion, 25  29, female, primaryoProportion, 3034, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 3034 with secondary education.Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 5. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Enrolment in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary social sciences, business and law programs.average years of total schooling, 15+, female_Percentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Services programmes, female (%)+PISA: Mean performance on the science scaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.80UP.MAnPopulation in thousands, 25+, female is the female population over age 25 in thousands estimated by BarroLee.MYS.PROP.5559.TER.MA5Adult literacy rate, population 15+ years, female (%)population in thousand, 4564, total, primaryUIS.thAge.0#proportion, 20  24, total, primarygMean years of schooling, 25  29, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 2529.Population in thousand, 3034, female, secondary is the total number of females age 3034 (in thousands) with secondary education.LO.LLECE.SCI6.HIGHTotal Population for Age 014 (only 2005 and 2010) (in number of people))Repetition rate in primary. Grade 3. Male/population in thousand, 5559, total, secondarySE.SEC.TCHR.FE.ZSUIS.E.23.GPV.G7/population in thousands (age 15+), 1519, total
UIS.REPR.1.G5gProportion, 65+, total, no education is the proportion of the population over age 65 with no education.APopulation, age 713, male is the total number of males age 713.BAR.POP.4549.FEBAR.NOED.2529.FE.ZSJTeachers in postsecondary nontertiary general education, female (number)dTIMSS:Fourth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 1519, totalTOutofschool children of primary school age enrolled in preprimary education. MaleGRD1MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. UrbanyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)HH.DHS.YRS.1519.RoProportion, 6064, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 6064 with no education.
UIS.SR.1.G4.M5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Female
UIS.DR.1.G7.MEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public and private. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public and private postsecondary/nontertiary education institutions.?Population, age 1215, total is the total population age 1215.OSubSaharan Africa regional aggregate (does not include highincome economies).%mean years of schooling, 1564, totalMLTMYS.MEA.YSCH.15UP.MA&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 5. Total2population in thousand, 6064, total, no educationkProportion, 4564, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 4564 with no education.+School enrollment, tertiary, male (% gross)UIS.E.1.AgI19Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. SecondaryMYS.PROP.1544.PRI.FEMYS.PROP.7579.SEC.MAnHigh income group aggregate. Highincome economies are those in whi< ch 2014 GNI per capita was $12,736 or more.KPopulation of the official age for upper secondary education, male (number)SE.PRM.DROP.ZS]Teaching staff in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. FemaleMYS.POP.4044.PRI.MF&proportion, 25  29, female, secondaryBAR.TER.CMPT.2529.FE.ZSAEnrolment in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. Female
UIS.TRTP.2lTechnical/vocational enrolment in secondary (ISCED 2 and 3) as % of total secondary enrolment (ISCED 2 and 3) is the percentage of all lower and upper secondary students enrolled in technical/vocational education programs including teacher training, expressed as a percentage of the total number of students who are enrolled in lower and upper secondary education.BLZSchool age population. Upper secondary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to upper secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.MProportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 3 is the number of quintile 3 children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of quintile 3 children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.gPercentage of population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)LO.PISA.MAT.LOW.MACPercentage of repeaters in Grade 3 of primary education, female (%)[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary2Youth illiterate population, 1524 years, % femaleSWEBAR.SEC.SCHL.3539.FE#proportion, 1564, female, tertiarykProportion, 2529, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 2529 with secondary education.School age population. Lower secondary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to lower secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.Based on official statistics from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Development; the base year has been returned to 2004.Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in social sciences, business and law is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in social sciences, business and law programmes.MYS.MEA.YSCH.65UP.MFPopulation in thousand, 15+, total, secondary is the total number of people over age 15 (in thousands) with secondary education.SP.POP.0713.MA.UN'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Female:Gross enrolment ratio, primary to tertiary, both sexes (%)3Enrolment in secondary general, both sexes (number)Share of primary schools without separate girls and boys toilets. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.:Enrolment in Grade 5 of primary education, female (number)MYS.POP.7579.TER.MAMYS.PROP.4564.SEC.FETypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Urban is defined as the proportion of urban outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. &proportion, 7579, total, no educationUBarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with primary schooling. Completed Primary>MICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped outSEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public and private. All programmes. TotalPopulation in thousand, 2529, total, primary is the total number of people age 2529 (in thousands) with primary education.Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 6. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. LO.SACMEQ.MAT.LOW.MAUIS.XPUBP.2MYS.PROP.25UP.NED.MFPPopulation, age 19, female refers to the female population at the specified age.UIS.R.23.GPV.G9.FSP.SEC.LTOT.FE.INRFiscal year ends on September 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY.LO.LLECE.MAT6.MAoProportion, 25+, female, no education is the proportion of the female population over age 25 with no education.MYS.PROP.25UP.PRI.MA/Enrolment in primary education, female (number)LLatin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education (LLECE)AGross lower secondary graduation ratio. General programmes. Total5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. FemalekProportion, 1544, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 1544 with primary education.mProportion, 4044, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 4044 with tertiary education./population in thousand, 4044, total, secondary
HH.DHS.SCR.Q2MYS.POP.4564.TER.FE#proportion, 65+, male, no educationMPopulation of the official age for lower secondary education, female (number)5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 2529, femaleHH.DHS.TR.12.Q1UIS.AFR.NTP.1.PU.TPupils of the official school age. Primary. Female is the total number of female primary school students who are of the official primary school age. NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.2average years of tertiary schooling, 7074, femaleBAR.POP.1519.FETurkmenistanHDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. UrbanPercentage of tertiary graduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied engineering, manufacturing and construction.SE.SEC.ENRR.UP.MASP.POP.0610.TO.UN proportion, 5559, male, primaryTonga1DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. FemaleHEnrolment in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. FemaleSP.TER.TOTL.IN proportion, 5054, male, primaryePercentage of population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)MYS.PROP.25UP.TER.FEJPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%)MYS.PROP.15UP.PRI.FE6Pupils of the official school age. Preprimary. Male1population in thousand, 4564, male, no educationMean performance on the reading scale, femaleBAR.TER.SCHL.4549.FE4Graduates in health (% of total graduates, tertiary)9Repetition rate in Grade 1 of primary education, male (%)Population, aged 711, femaleNational accounts data have been revised from 1960 onward. The methodology and base year have not changed but the output of two hydroelectric plants (shared with neighboring countries) has been added raising GDP from previous estimates. On the supply side, it was added in "gas, electricity and water." On the demand side changes were mainly to exports, but also for imports, investment and consumption. National accou< nts price valuations for 1991 to 2012 have also been corrected and changed from VAP to VAB..average years of total schooling, 4044, total&mean years of schooling, 5054, femaleMYS.PROP.2024.NED.MFPopulation, age 17, totalGross enrolment ratio. Lower secondary. All programmes. Female is the total female enrollment in lower secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total female population of official lower secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.URYMYS.PROP.2024.PRI.MAIndicator is the share of male students who score above the Knowledge Base Rate, which is the proportion of pupils who achieve a minimum learning goal, based on the programs of the level selected, appropriate to the scale of the tests used.$proportion, 20  24, male, secondary@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 4549, totalPopulation, ages 1215, totalBMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school2population in thousand, 5559, total, no educationCubaPeruPercentage of repeaters in lower secondary. All grades. Male is the number of male students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all male students enrolled in lower secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of male repeaters in all grades of lower secondary education by the total male enrolment of lower secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. 1992LO.LLECE.SCI6.HIG.FEyEnrolment in general programmes. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary general programmes."proportion, 7579, female, primary5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 7074, femaleiProportion, 6569, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 6569 with tertiary education.Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in engineering, manufacturing and construction is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in engineering, manufacturing and construction programmes.=Youth illiterate population, 1524 years, both sexes (number)UIS.REPP.1.G5.F0MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 4pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.MEA.YSCH.5559.FE"Dropout rate (%), primary, femalePopulation, preprimary, total(BarroLee Educational Attainment Dataset.Expected gross primary graduation ratio. TotalUIS.AFR.PBR.1.PU.MATH[Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Rural is the number of rural postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the rural population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.SP.POP.1317.MA.UNJLLECE: Mean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, total+population in thousand, 15+, total, primary!proportion, 15+, female, tertiaryNLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, totalSP.POP.AG20.TO.UNUIS.TRTP.2.F proportion, 1564, male, primaryUIS.thAge.3.A.GPV9Theoretical duration of lower secondary education (years)WBarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarywPopulation in thousands, 3034, female is the female population of 3034 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.UIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G2.PUJPN9SACMEQ: Mean performance on the mathematics scale, femalezPopulation in thousand, 3034, male, primary is the total number of males age 3034 (in thousands) with primary education.Population, ages 1117, total1average years of primary schooling, 2529, femalePopulation, ages 612, maleICumulative dropout rate to the last grade of primary education, male (%)Population, primary, maleUIS.XSPENDP.1234.FDPUB.FNSMYS.PROP.1544.NED.FEMYS.POP.4044.NED.MF"proportion, 6064, male, secondaryHEnrolment in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. FemaleYouth illiterate population. Total is the total number of youth between age 15 and age 24 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.lPercentage of female population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)PRKMYS.POP.4044.PRI.MAMarshall IslandsBAR.PRM.SCHL.4549.FELPercentage of population age 6064 with primary schooling. Completed Primary"mean years of schooling, 15+, maleUIS.AFR.TRNTP.3.PU.ToProportion, 25+, female, primary is the proportion of the female population over age 25 with primary education.UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G52013 national accounts estimates are based on IMF reports. Value added is measured at producer prices up to 1999 and at basic prices from 2000 onward.MYS.POP.4564.NED.MANet attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 3 is the proportion of quintile 3 children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.kProportion, 4044, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 4044 with no education.DStudents at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%)PInternational Labour Organization, Key Indicators of the Labour Market database./Net intake rate. Primary. Under age (1). TotalmProportion, 5559, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 5559 with tertiary education.School enrollment, tertiary, female (% gross)School age population. Secondary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.UIS.E.23.GPV.PU.FGHA~Population in thousand, 4549, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 4549 (in thousands) with tertiary education.UIS.DR.1.G41population in thousand, 25+, female, no educationMYS.MEA.YSCH.65UP.MArTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Female UIS.SLE.0:Enrolment in Grade 6 of primary education, female (number)6MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 2(DHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. UrbanPopulation, age 5, totalCDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Rural/School age population. Postsecondary. FemaleKuwait=BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 15+, totalUIS.ROFST.2VEN@BarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 15+, femaleMTeachers in postsecondary nontertiary vocational education, female (number)"proportion, 5559, male, secondary1Percentage of female students. Tertiary ISCED 5BSP.POP.1017.MA.UNMYS.PROP.25UP.NED.MAIMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. UrbanApril 2013 database update: Based on IMF data, national accounts data were revised for 2000 onward; the base year changed to 2002.uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)&proportion, 1544, total, no educationTeaching staff in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private ISCED 5A tertiary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.BAR.TER.ICMP.3034.FE.ZSRepeaters in secondary. Grade 9. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same < grade for a second (or further) year. GPercentage of repeaters in Grade 6 of primary education, both sexes (%)SP.POP.1216.FE.UN[LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), male*MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. MaleoProportion, 2529, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 2529 with no education.BAR.NOED.5054.ZSMYS.MEA.YSCH.2529.FEBelgium'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 4. Female1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Male@MICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Female1average years of primary schooling, 7074, femaleUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G7.PU.MATHUIS.E.0.AgI0KPercentage of repeaters in Grade 4 of secondary general education, male (%)&mean years of schooling, 6569, femalerBarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)Population, ages 713, femaleSE.PRM.CMPT.FE.ZS7Percentage of trained teachers. Primary. Male is the number of male teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the primary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male teachers at the primary level.UIS.E.56.F140.F&Private enrollment share (%), tertiaryLPopulation, age 23, male refers to the male population at the specified age..population in thousand, 7579, male, secondary\Africa Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public lower secondary education, both sexes (%)PPercentage of population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryvAfrica Dataset: Percentage of female newly recruited teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, female (%)HH.MICS.OOST.DO.Q2Turkey}Average years of primary schooling, 7074, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 7074. SE.TER.GRAD.ED.ZSThe new base year is 2010..Unemployment, female (% of female labor force)BAR.SEC.SCHL.4549~Population in thousand, 65+, female, no education is the total number of females over age 65 (in thousands) with no education.Middle East & North AfricaHH.DHS.YRS.15UP.GIN.F?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 4044, total
Costa RicakProportion, 3539, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 3539 with no education.School age population. Tertiary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to tertiary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 5 is the percentage of quintile 5 outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G7.MNPercentage of male teachers in preprimary education who are trained, male (%)IDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 4!proportion, 65+, total, secondaryLO.LLECE.MAT3.HIG.MAqSchool life expectancy (years). Tertiary. Female is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.LSOAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Rural is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the rural population of the given age group.6Teachers in lower secondary education, female (number)BAR.POP.25UPyPercentage of female tertiary graduates in education is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied education.!proportion, 7074, male, tertiary#Population, upper secondary, femaleUIS.LP.AG15T24.MMYS.PROP.15UP.NED.FETeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in general programmes in public and private postsecondary education institutions (ISCED 4). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.aPercentage of population age 75+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)KLLECE: Mean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, female%proportion, 4564, male, no educationMYS.PROP.5559.NED.FE,Percentage female teachers. Lower secondarysProportion, 6064, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 6064 with secondary education.5Entrance age of 4A postsecondary is the age at which students would enter ISCED 4A postsecondary education, assuming they had started at the official entrance age for the lowest level of education, had studied fulltime throughout and had progressed through the system without repeating or skipping a grade.7Percentage of trained teachers. Upper secondary. MaleMYS.PROP.2024.NED.MA&proportion, 7074, total, no educationPopulation, ages 1319, femaleUNAIDS estimates.eMean years of schooling, 1544, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 1544.(Graduation age population. Primary. MaleCMean performance on the reading scale for 4th grade students, totalLVocational and Technical enrollment (% of total secondary enrollment), total7Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. Primary\LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), male'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 1. FemalePISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female is the percentage of female students below Level 1 (below 357.77 score points) on the mathematics scale.Graduates, tertiary, femalefPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Agriculture programmes, both sexes (%)cMean years of schooling, 20  24, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 2024.
UIS.E.2.GPV.FUIS.OAPP.1.MPop< ulation, ages 710, female/population in thousand, 15+, male, no educationcPrimary completion rate. Female is the total number of female students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of female repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of female children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. OPopulation, age 2, female refers to the female population at the specified age.Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. All levels is the expenditure coming from private sources spent on education expressed as a % of GDP.UIS.FOSEP.56.F600SP.POP.0406.FE.UNLO.PISA.REA.FEPupils of the official school age. Secondary. Total is the total number of secondary school students who are of the official secondary school age (ISCED 2 & 3). NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.SE.SEC.REPT.MA.ZSBPupilteacher ratio in lower secondary education (headcount basis)HH.MICS.SCR.Q4~Population in thousand, 65+, male, secondary is the total number of males over age 65 (in thousands) with secondary education.5population in thousand, 30  34, female, no educationePercentage of population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Average years of secondary schooling, 4044, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 4044. +Secondary education, general pupils, femaleUIS.SAP.4.FSE.PRM.TCAQ.MA.ZSGermanyaMean years of schooling, 3539, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 3539.&mean years of schooling, 6064, femaleNet intake rate. Primary. Over age (+1). MaleQGross enrolment ratio. Primary. Female is the total female enrollment in primary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the female population of official primary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.LO.TIMSS.SCI4.LOWHGraduates in agriculture, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)EMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. UrbanMYS.POP.1519.NED.MFPISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%) is the percentage of students below Level 1 (below 357.77 score points) on the mathematics scale.MYS.POP.1519.PRI.MA#proportion, 5559, total, secondaryEntrance age of primary is the age at which students would enter primary education, assuming they had started at the official entrance age for the lowest level of education, had studied fulltime throughout and had progressed through the system without repeating or skipping a grade.}Average years of primary schooling, 25+, total is the average years of primary education completed among people over age 25. Gender parity index for gross primary graduation ratio is the ratio of the female gross primary graduation rate to the male gross primary graduation rate. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. &Repeaters in primary. Grade 2. FemaleMYS.POP.7579.NED.FE proportion, 25+, male, secondaryXGender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary)GNB.population in thousand, 25  29, male, primaryThe new base year is 2007.TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring at least 550 on the mathematics assessment. Students at this benchmark can apply their understanding and knowledge in a variety of relatively complex situations. Students can use information from several sources to solve problems involving different types of numbers and operations. Students can relate fractions, decimals, and percents to each other. Students at this level show basic procedural knowledge related to algebraic expressions. They can use properties of lines, angles, triangles, rectangles, and rectangular prisms to solve problems. They can analyze data in a variety of graphs."proportion, 5054, total, tertiaryMYS.PROP.4044.TER.MAKCumulative dropout rate to the last grade of primary education, female (%)MYS.POP.4044.NED.MAgProportion, 25+, total, primary is the proportion of the population over age 25 with primary education.SP.POP.AG25.TO.UNUIS.R.23.GPV.G9Population, ages 1316, female UIS.E.5.B GuatemalaMYS.PROP.1519.SEC.FEUIS.AFR.NTP.2.PU.FPopulation, aged 19, totalGross enrolment ratio. Primary & Secondary combined. Male is the total male enrollment in primary and secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total male population of official primary and secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.zNew entrants to Grade 1 of primary education. Total is the number of pupils entering primary education for the first time.sAverage years of total schooling, 75+, total is the average years of education completed among people over age 75. BahrainBAR.TER.SCHL.5054Population, age 11, maleUIS.R.23.GPV.G6.F2080Egypt, Arab Rep.:Enrolment in Grade 7 of primary education, female (number)Net enrollment rate is the ratio of children of official school age who are enrolled in school to the population of the corresponding official school age. Secondary education completes the provision of basic education that began at the primary level, and aims at laying the foundations for lifelong learning and human development, by offering more subject or skilloriented instruction using more specialized teachers.Percentage female teachers. Postsecondary/nontertiary is the number of female teachers at the postsecondary/nontertiary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers (male and female) at the postsecondary/nontertiary level in a given school year. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Survival rate to grade 5. Male is the share of male children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 5. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.Entrance age of preprimaryjPercentage of female population age 4549 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)2population in thousand, 5054, total, no educationjAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 6 of primary education (number)UIS.REPR.1.G4.M%MICS: Secondary completion rate. MaleUIS.SLEN.12.GPI;Repetition rate in Grade 3 of primary educa< tion, female (%)KAZGender parity index for % of trained teachers. Lower secondary is the ratio of the female percentage of trained teachers for lower secondary to the male percentage of trained teachers for lower secondary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of men and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of women.Average years of secondary schooling, 7074, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 7074. ?BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 15+, female.population in thousand, 7074, total, tertiaryPopulation, ages 710, maleMYS.POP.1519.TER.FEoProportion, 4044, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 4044 with no education."proportion, 4549, total, tertiary'proportion, 5054, female, no educationMYS.PROP.6064.SEC.MAPupilteacher ratio, secondaryHEnrolment in Grade 4 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)LO.TIMSS.MAT4.BL
South Asia(proportion, 30  34, total, no education@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 7074, total;Gross outbound enrolment ratio, all regions, both sexes (%)QPercentage of repeaters in Grade 8 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)?DHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. FemaleEnrolment in primary. PrivateSP.PRE.TOTL.MA.INPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 1. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils e
!"#$%&'()*+,./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}~nrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. %mean years of schooling, 3539, total+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 1. Female0population in thousand, 30  34, female, primaryyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)WPercentage of female population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 6. TotalLO.PISA.SCI.LOWHGross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary). Total&proportion, 6569, total, no educationVPercentage of teachers in primary education who are trained, gender parity index (GPI)BGovernment expenditure in educational institutions as % of GDP (%)SE.PRM.GINT.FE.ZS UIS.FTP.2ABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 7074, totalqTeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Female/population in thousand, 1519, female, tertiaryPopulation in thousand, 4564, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 4564 (in thousands) with tertiary education.#proportion, 4044, total, secondary2Percentage of population age 75+ with no educationPopulation in thousand, 4549, female, secondary is the total number of females age 4549 (in thousands) with secondary education..population in thousand, 6569, total, tertiarykFiscal year ends on September 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. Based on the Pacific and Virgin Islands Training Initiative, national accounts data have been revised from 2009 onward. 2013 estimates are based on the IMF Small States Monitor, Issue 1.2014. In 2010, the government statistical office revised national accounts data for 19952008.MYS.POP.3539.SEC.FESPercentage of female population age 4549 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarySP.POP.1564.FE.INDPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in services Percentage of female students. Tertiary ISCED 6 is the number of female students at the tertiary (ISCED 6) education level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the tertiary (ISCED 6) education level in a given school year. Average years of tertiary schooling, 25+, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females over age 25. 1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 7. MaleIMN@Porta (2011) using Multiple Cluster Indicator Survey (MICS) dataLO.SACMEQ.REA.FESchool age population. Secondary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.0Gross enrolment ratio, secondary, both sexes (%)?Repetition rate in Grade 7 of primary education, both sexes (%)@Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in agricultureBAR.TER.ICMP.2529.FE.ZSLO.PISA.REA.HIG*Persistence to grade 5, male (% of cohort)LPopulation, age 12, male refers to the male population at the specified age.LO.PISA.REA.LOW.FEPopulation, age 21, femaleIStudents at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%)zPopulation in thousand, 6064, male, no education is the total number of males age 6064 (in thousands) with no education. Sri LankaSP.POP.0711.FE.UN&mean years of schooling, 7579, femalesEnrolment in total secondary. Private is the total student enrolment in private secondary educational institutions.%Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 1. MaleBAR.POP.6064UIS.REPP.1.G2.F
UIS.REPP.1.G3WBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with primary schooling. Completed Primary\Percentage of graduates from Agriculture programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)rEnrolment in secondary. Grade 3. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 3 of secondary education.Togo<BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 15+, female1population in thousand, 25  29, total, secondaryQPercentage of repeaters in Grade 1 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)JPercentage of population age 15+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryFEnrolment in primary education, Grade unspecified, both sexes (number)Average years of tertiary schooling, 75+, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people over age 75. 9Repetition rate in Grade 2 of primary education, male (%)Percentage of female students. Tertiary ISCED 5A is the number of female students at the tertiary (ISCED 5A) education level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the tertiary (ISCED 5A) education level in a given school year.
Cte d'Ivoire>Repeaters in Grade 4 of primary education, both sexes (number)LO.SACMEQ.REA.LOW.FE/average years of primary schooling, 75+, femaleDEnrolment in Grade 1 of secondary general education, female (number)Population in thousand, 5559, total, no education is the total number of people age 5559 (in thousands) with no education.HH.DHS.OOS.1UIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WOPOWAT4population in thousand, 30  34, total, no education
UIS.T.23.VBAR.NOED.6569.ZSJPercentage of population age 75+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryqSouth Sudan declared its independence on July 9, 2011. Data are shown separately for South Sudan where available.Enrolment in preprimary. Public and private. All programmes. Male is the total number of male students enrolled in public and private preprimary education institutions.^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPopulation in thousand, 4044, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 4044 (in thousands) with tertiary education.lPopulation in thousands, 25+, total is the total population over age 25 in thousands estimated by BarroLee.eMean years of schooling, 5559, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 5559.2population in thousand, 4549, total, no educationoProportion, 4044, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 4044 with secondary education.Lesothopopulation in thousand, 7579, male, tertiaryPopulation, aged 1215, femaleMYS.POP.1544.SEC.MAoProporti< on, 80+, female, no education is the proportion of the female population over age 80 with no education.MYS.POP.1519.NED.MAPopulation, ages 1318, maleALower secondary completion rate, female (% of relevant age group)]Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in social sciences, business and lawMYS.PROP.6569.NED.MFRepeaters in secondary. Grade 7. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. =Population, age 610, total is the total population age 610.MYS.PROP.6569.PRI.MA%School enrollment, tertiary (% gross)YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary"proportion, 4044, female, primaryproportion, 80+, total, primaryRTIMSS:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for fourth grade students, female5New entrants to Grade 1 of primary education. FemaleSE.PRM.UNER.MACAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % female. Primary. PublicUIS.R.23.GPV.G4Based on official government statistics, national accounts data are revised for 2006 onward; the new base year is 2011. Rwanda reports using SNA 2008.SE.TER.GRAD.FE.HU.ZSPapua New GuineaSudan_Percentage of students in secondary education enrolled in vocational programmes, both sexes (%)gProportion, 15+, total, no education is the proportion of the population over age 15 with no education.Population, ages 1216, totalSENhFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. The new base year is 2005/06.%Inbound mobility rate, both sexes (%)Population, aged 11, maleSL.UEM.TOTL.ZSSE.PRM.REPT.FE.ZSUIS.AFR.SCHCENRESPR.1.PU,population in thousand, 80+, female, primarygProportion, 1544, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 1544 with primary education.,population in thousand, 1544, male, primarykProportion, 7074, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 7074 with secondary education.CBased on official government statistics; the new base year is 2010.W6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female<Gross intake ratio to Grade 1 of primary education, male (%)LPopulation, age 24, male refers to the male population at the specified age.gPercentage of population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the population of the given age group. SP.POP.0710.TO.UNCUnemployment, total (% of total labor force) (modeled ILO estimate)Repeaters in secondary. Grade 9. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. Primary education, pupils.population in thousand, 6064, female, primaryHLLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, male"proportion, 3539, female, primary3population in thousand, 4044, female, no educationBAR.SEC.CMPT.5054.FE.ZSAverage years of tertiary schooling, 5054, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 5054. Population, age 16, maleiMean years of schooling, 3539, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 3539.In 2010, the Ghana Statistical Service revised the base year for Ghana's national accounts series from 1993 to 2006. The new GDP data were about 60 percent higher than previously reported and incorporated improved data sources and methodology.MYS.PROP.6569.TER.FEIGross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary). Female/Repeaters in primary. Grade unspecified. TotalSP.POP.1116.MA.UNHH.MICS.OOST.X.Q2Population in thousand, 3034, total, no education is the total number of people age 3034 (in thousands) with no education.6DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 5qProportion, 4564, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 4564 with tertiary education.LOutofschool adolescents of lower secondary school age, both sexes (number)2Teachers in preprimary education, female (number)Population, ages 1118, totalDAdult literacy rate, population 15+ years, gender parity index (GPI)mProportion, 15+, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population over age 15 with tertiary education.BAR.SEC.ICMP.7074.ZSAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Female is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the female population of the given age group. 4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 2024, totalBAR.NOED.3539.ZSLO.PASEC.FRE5.HIGUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G4.MPopulation, aged 1318, maleOPopulation, age 4, female refers to the female population at the specified age.LO.PASEC.MAT5.HIG.MA~Percentage of new entrants to Grade 1 of primary education with early childhood educational development experience, female (%),Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. General programmes. Male is the number of male graduates regardless of age in general programmes of lower secondary education expressed as a percentage of the male population at the theoretical graduation age in general programmes of lower secondary education.0population in thousand, 3539, female, secondarycGross enrolment ratio. Preprimary. Female is the total female enrollment in preprimary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total female population of official preprimary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.1population in thousand, 6569, male, no educationQPercentage of repeaters in Grade 4 of secondary general education, both sexes (%).population in thousand, 5559, female, primaryFROzPopulation in thousand, 6064, male, primary is the total number of males age 6064 (in thousands) with primary education.MYS.PROP.2529.SEC.MFYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryData available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.Share of newly recruited public upper secondary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.*DHS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 5UIS.XGDP.1.FSGOV.FDINSTADM.FFD
HH.DHS.PCR.Q4iProportion, 3539, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 3539 with tertiary education.Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. Secondary and postsecondary nontertiaryOPercentage of trained teachers. Upper secondary. Male is the number of male teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the upper secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male teachers at the upper secondary level.HH.MICS.OOST.L.UJPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%)MYS.POP.15UP.SEC.MAPupils of the official school age. Preprimary. Male is the total number of male preprimary students who are of the official preprimary school age. NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.$proporti< on, 65+, total, no education6DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 1Population, age 6, totalGAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Lower secondary. Public. FemalePopulation, age 0, malenAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Primary. Public and private. TotalSE.PRE.ENRL.FE.ZS&Enrolment in primary. Grade 3. FemaleHH.MICS.YRS.1519.Q1UIS.G.56.F200.dcount[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary/average years of total schooling, 2024, femaleCANXGDP.234.FSGOV.FDINSTADM.FFDPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in agriculture is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in agriculture programmes.eSchool life expectancy, primary and lower secondary (excluding repetition), gender parity index (GPI)MYS.POP.2529.TER.MFkProportion, 7579, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 7579 with primary education.UIS.FOSEP.56.F300Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. sAverage years of total schooling, 6064, total is the average years of education completed among people age 6064. ?Enrolment in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. TotalTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Rural is defined as the proportion of rural outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate.
HH.MICS.PCR.R'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 8. FemalenBarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Population, aged 7 9, maleMYS.MEA.YSCH.1544.MA.Distribution of students (%). ISCED Level 5BSP.POP.1015.FE.UNcAfrica Dataset: Percentage of teachers in primary education who are newly recruited, both sexes (%)SP.POP.1564.TO.ZS9Percentage of female population age 15+ with no educationPopulation, aged 1316, totalpBarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Country NameWGross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, total (% of relevant age group)@Outofschool rate for children of primary school age (%). TotalHH.MICS.OOST.L.Q3LO.SACMEQ.MAT.LOWPopulation in thousand, 6064, female, secondary is the total number of females age 6064 (in thousands) with secondary education.MYSAverage years of tertiary schooling, 25+, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people over age 25. _Percentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Agriculture programmes, both sexes (%)MYS.MEA.YSCH.6064.MFgMean years of schooling, 25+, male is the mean years of schooling of the female population over age 25.%Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 6. MalePercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. 2average years of secondary schooling, 3539, total,population in thousand, 4564, male, primaryfAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 3 of primary education (number)#proportion, 15+, male, no educationMYS.POP.4549.SEC.MF3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Male/population in thousands (age 15+), 4549, totalsProportion, 6569, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 6569 with secondary education.Population in thousand, 7074, total, primary is the total number of people age 7074 (in thousands) with primary education..population in thousands (age 15+), 15+, female~Population in thousand, 6064, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 6064 (in thousands) with tertiary education.=Population, age 612, total is the total population age 612.UIS.REPP.1.GPILCAnEnrolment in primary. Grade 5. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 5 of primary education.NPercentage of female teachers in primary education who are trained, female (%):Percentage of trained teachers. Preprimary. Total is the number of teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the preprimary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at the preprimary level.BAR.SEC.ICMP.4044.ZS2Graduates in humanities and arts. Tertiary. FemaleKAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 5. PublicRPIRLS:Students reaching the low international benchmark in reading achievement (%)Population, ages 1015, maleSLVEnrolment in postsecondary non tertiary. Public. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public postsecondary/nontertiary education institutions.HRepeaters in Grade 8 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)FInternational (or internationally mobile) students. Tertiary. % FemalePopulation, aged 1218, totalUPercentage of trained teachers. Lower secondary. Female is the number of female teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the lower secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female teachers at the lower secondary level.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 7. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.BAR.POP.5054MYS.PROP.6569.NED.MA proportion, 65+, total, tertiaryUIS.AFR.FNTP.2jPercentage of female population age 4044 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UIS.REPR.1.G1.MAdjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. Female'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 5. FemaleYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiarySE.PRM.GINT.ZSFAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary pupils in multigrade classes (%)ZPercentage of all students in tertiary education enrolled in ISCED 6 and 7, both sexes (%)International (or internationally mobile) students. Total are students who have crossed a national or territorial border for the purposes of education and are now enrolled outside their country of origin.Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 2 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 2 population of the given age group.;Outofschool children of lower secondary school age. TotalPopulation, aged 10, totalMYS.PROP.3034.PRI.FEHH.DHS.NIR.1wPopulation in thousands, 3539, female is the female population of 3539 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.SSACMEQ:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female%Repeaters in primary. Grade 5. TotalnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)SE.TER.GRAD.SC.FE.ZS>Repeaters in Grade 5 of primary education, both sexes (number)eYouth illiterate population. % female is the share of the youth illiterate population that is female.Typol< ogy of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 2 is the percentage of quintile 2 outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.JMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 3KPercentage of repeaters in Grade 5 of secondary general education, male (%)LO.PIRLS.REA.BLsAverage years of total schooling, 25+, total is the average years of education completed among people over age 25. =BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 2529, totalPopulation, aged 16, maleCongo, Dem. Rep.eMean years of schooling, 4549, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 4549.`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryKAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 2. PublicTURGender parity index for effective transition rate. Primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes is the ratio of the female effective transition rate to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.lPercentage of female population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)GPercentage of repeaters in Grade 4 of primary education, both sexes (%)1DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Rural/average years of total schooling, 3539, femaleLPopulation, age 13, male refers to the male population at the specified age.HH.DHS.OOST.DO.Q1\Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Male is the number of male postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the population of males of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.Population, aged 1015, male0Enrolment in health and welfare. Tertiary. TotalU6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), total=DHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary educationBAR.TER.ICMP.5054.ZSwBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Enrolment in total secondary. Public. General programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in general programmes in public secondary education institutions.DEnrolment in primary education, public institutions, female (number)%proportion, 6569, male, no educationAverage years of secondary schooling, 6569, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 6569. CUB0average years of primary schooling, 1519, total}Average years of primary schooling, 2024, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 2024. Enrolment in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public and private 5A tertiary education institutions. ISCED 5A tertiary education is defined as tertiary programmes that are largely theoretically based and are intended to provide sufficient qualifications for gaining entry into advanced research programmes and profession with high skills requirements.bBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMYS.PROP.2529.SEC.MAOutofschool children of primary school age. Female is the total number of female primaryschoolage children who are not enrolled in either primary or secondary schools.
UIS.EGGR.1EPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in educationPopulation, age 21, maleAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 4 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 4 population of the given age group. proportion, 4549, male, primaryUIS.XGDP.234.FSpr.FDinst.FFdSP.POP.AG03.TO.UN%Graduates in science. Tertiary. Total proportion, 4044, male, primaryUPercentage of female population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.POP.5054.PRI.FE5Enrolment in secondary education, both sexes (number)Enrolment in social sciences, business and law. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary social sciences, business and law programs.NAC%Repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Total&proportion, 5559, total, no education
UIS.SLEN.12.FcAfrica Dataset: Average number of grades per multigrade class in primary schools (number of grades)U6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleyEnrolment in general programmes. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary general programmes.*DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. RuralAUTBAR.SCHL.25UP.FEEDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Female3population in thousand, 20  24,total, no educationLPopulation, age 18, male refers to the male population at the specified age.Fiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. April 2013 database update: Based on official government statistics, national accounts data were revised for 1990 onward; the base year changed to 2006.9Repetition rate in Grade 7 of primary education, male (%)UIS.AFR.TRNTP.2.PU.FUIS.SR.1.G4#proportion, 4549, total, secondaryEuropean UnionMYS.POP.2529.TER.MAORate of outofschool adolescents of lower secondary school age, both sexes (%)UIS.R.1.G6.FMYS.POP.1564.SEC.FENAdjusted net enrollment rate, primary, male (% of primary school age children)Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 5. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.oProportion, 2024, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 2024 with primary education.+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 5. FemalePercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100.
HH.MICS.PCR.MMYS.PROP.7579.TER.MFDPercentage of trained teachers. Secondary (ISCED 2 and 3). Total is the number of teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the secondary level i< n the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at the secondary level.SACMEQ: Mean performance on the mathematics scale is the mean mathematics score for 6th grade students. Mean scores are on SACMEQ scales for reading, which have averages of 500 and standard deviations of 100.Population, age 5, maleShare of primary schools with separate girls and boys toilets or singlesex educational institutions with toilets. Schools are counted as having toilets if they have a pit latrine, an improved pit latrine, a flush toilet, a pourflush toilet or a composting toilet. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page."Population, ages 014 (% of total)ComorosAverage years of primary schooling, 2024, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 2024. Enrolment in humanities and arts. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary humanities and arts programs.3PIRLS:Mean performance on the reading scale, female&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 7. Total4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Total.Adjusted net enrolment rate, primary, male (%)HH.MICS.OOST.X.RPopulation, ages 79, maleCPopulation, age 1014, male is the total number of males age 1014.HDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 3Survival rate to grade 4. Male is the share of male children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 4. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.UIS.E.1.PU.FMYS.MEA.YSCH.6064.MA7Enrolment in preprimary. Public. All programmes. Total
UIS.E.1.GUK.FOECoProportion, 65+, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population over age 65 with secondary education.8Primary completion rate, total (% of relevant age group)UIS.GGR.2.F#DHS: Primary completion rate. RuralLDCMYS.POP.4549.SEC.MABAR.PRM.ICMP.5054.ZSUIS.PRP.2.VeTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. FemaleUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G8.FFAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Lower secondary. Public. TotalPopulation, aged 3 5, female*Graduates in agriculture. Tertiary. Female!proportion, 6569, male, tertiaryZimbabweLO.LLECE.SCI6.LOW.FEAverage years of tertiary schooling, 6064, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 6064. PPercentage of population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryBAR.TER.ICMP.2024.ZSPopulation, age 25, female7Gender parity index for net enrolment rate. SecondaryUPercentage of female population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryETeachers in lower secondary vocational education, both sexes (number)SP.SEC.LTOT.MA.INGPercentage of female students. Total secondary. General programmes is the number of female students enrolled in general programmes at the secondary education level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) enrolled in general programmes at the secondary education level in a given school year.CPopulation, age 1118, male is the total number of males age 1118.MLLECE: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, male[Africa Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in primary education (number)WAll education staff compensation, total (% of total expenditure in public institutions)>BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 25+, femaleSP.POP.AG21.MA.UNExpenditure on primary education is expressed as a percentage of total general government expenditure on education. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)TuvaluSP.POP.0510.FE.UN2population in thousand, 3539, total, no educationPopulation in thousand, 1544, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 1544 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Enrolment in preprimary. Public. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public preprimary education institutions.SP.POP.1319.TO.UNYBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryPopulation, aged 6 9,female Survival rate to grade 4. TotalRepetition rate in primary. Grade 2. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.20046Female share of graduates in agriculture (%, tertiary)Enrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. General programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in general programmes at public and private lower secondary education institutions.MYS.MEA.YSCH.4564.MFUIS.E.5.A.F!proportion, 1544, male, tertiaryMYS.PROP.3034.NED.FEPopulation, aged 25, female3Government expenditure on education as % of GDP (%).population in thousand, 65+, female, secondaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 5. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.0Adult illiterate population, 15+ years, % femaleUIS.R.23.GPV.G10.FSchool age population. Official entrance age. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the official entrance age.;Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Male is the number of male children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of male children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.Based on official government statistics, national account data have been revised, and value added is measured at basic prices; the new base year is 2010.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. UIS.AFR.TATTRR.3.Pu.FBAR.SCHL.2024.FE.Net intake rate. Primary. Over age (+1). Total
UIS.DR.1.G2.MBAR.SEC.CMPT.25UP.ZSPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)"Ending age of compulsory educationHH.DHS.OOST.DO.RmProportion, 6064, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 6064 with tertiary education.Italy
LO.LLECE.REA6Population ages 1564, totalWSACMEQ:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.7579.MF
UIS.E.56.F500eMean years of schooling, 4564, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 4564.6Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 2 is the number of new quintile 2 pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primar< y school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 2 population of official entrance age to primary education. UIS.SLE.1T6.GPI`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryrPercentage of graduates from Social Sciences, Business and Law programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)Population, age 22, femaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.3034.MA&mean years of schooling, 4564, female0population in thousand, 20  24, total, tertiaryeTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. TertiaryCPopulation, age 1218, male is the total number of males age 1218./School enrollment, preprimary, female (% gross):Repeaters in Grade 1 of primary education, female (number)'Children out of school, primary, female}Average years of primary schooling, 3539, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 3539. <Gross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes. Male2average years of secondary schooling, 6064, totalBAR.PRM.ICMP.2024.ZSBAR.PRM.CMPT.25UP.FE.ZSPercentage of tertiary graduates in unspecified programmes is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied in unspecified programmes.LO.TIMSS.SCI4.HINational accounts data from 2005 onward have been revised based on data published by the Tunisian authorities. April 2012 database update: Based on data from the Central Bank and its Statistical Bulletin, national accounts data were revised for 1997 onward.%proportion, 7579, male, no educationIDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 5Cabo Verde is the new name for the country previously listed as Cape Verde. Based on official government statistics and IMF data, national accounts data have been revised from 1990 onward; the new base year is 2007./population in thousands (age 15+), 7074, totalInternational Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA)'s Trends in International Mathematics and Science StudyWShare of public expenditure for secondary education (% of public education expenditure)Population in thousand, 5559, total, secondary is the total number of people age 5559 (in thousands) with secondary education.$mean years of schooling, 80+, femaleMProportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 1 is the number of quintile 1 children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of quintile 1 children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.UIS.NIR.1.AGP1.FPopulation, ages 1217, femalePopulation, ages 1217, totalPopulation, aged 21, maleKFiscal year end: March 20; reporting period for national accounts data: FY.1average years of tertiary schooling, 6569, totalJPercentage of male teachers in primary education who are trained, male (%)HH.MICS.GAR.456.Q1
HH.DHS.NAR.23Adult illiterate population. Male is the total number of males over age 15 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.APercentage of repeaters in Grade 3 of primary education, male (%)SPercentage of female population age 7074 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPopulation, aged 22, femaleyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.POP.5054.NED.FEUIS.REPR.1.G5.F$mean years of schooling, 7074, maleMYS.PROP.4044.PRI.MFcPercentage of population age 4549 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UPercentage of female population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryUIS.GGR.2.GPV.M/average years of total schooling, 4549, female3Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 5. Female?Repetition rate in Grade 5 of primary education, both sexes (%)SP.POP.0509.TO.UNSE.TER.GRAD.FE.SV.ZS(Graduates in education. Tertiary. FemalegPercentage of population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)1989^LLECE: 3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femaleLO.PIRLS.REA.INTMYS.POP.80UP.SEC.FESP.POP.AG08.TO.UNPopulation in thousand, 80+, female, secondary is the total number of females over age 80 (in thousands) with secondary education.PPopulation, age 20, female refers to the female population at the specified age.1Theoretical duration of primary education (years)eMean years of schooling, 3539, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 3539.Average years of tertiary schooling, 15+, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people over age 15. EPopulation, age 710, female is the total number of females age 710.HGovernment expenditure on education, total (% of government expenditure)SE.TER.TCHR@Survival rate to the last grade of primary education, female (%)4SACMEQ:Mean performance on the reading scale, femaleAverage years of tertiary schooling, 5559, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 5559. 9New entrants who have attended some ECCE programme. TotalBAR.SCHL.75UP.FEHH.MICS.OOST.X.MBAR.SEC.ICMP.5054.FE.ZSPASEC: 5th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the French language scale (less than 25% of answers correct) (%), male4Pupils of the official school age. Secondary. MalezPopulation in thousand, 6569, male, no education is the total number of males age 6569 (in thousands) with no education.BAR.SEC.CMPT.2024.ZSHH.DHS.OOST.X.UvPopulation in thousands,6569, female is the female population of 6569 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.HH.MICS.OOS.1.RLStudents reaching the low international benchmark in reading achievement (%)HH.DHS.OOS.1.RMYS.MEA.YSCH.4549.MFuHigh income OECD members aggregate. Highincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was $12,736 or more.=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 5054, totalLO.PISA.MATPopulation, age 10, femaleWPercentage of female population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary
UIS.GER.3.GPIrTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 1 is the proportion of quintile 1 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. BAR.SEC.SCHL.15UP.FEMale labor force with tertiary education is the share of the male labor force that attained or completed tertiary education as the highest level of education.MYS.PROP.4564.TER.FE%proportion, 1519, male, no educationSE.TER.GRAD.EN.ZSLO.LLECE.SCI6.LOWuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)SE.PRM.TCHR.FE.ZSIGraduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. TotalPopulation, age 7, totalDHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 3gFemale tertiary graduates as percentage of all graduates in engineering, manufacturing and constructionMYS.POP.6064.PRI.MF^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with primary schooling. Completed Primarypopulation in thousands (age 15+), 75+, total`TIMSS:Fourth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of science achievement (%)BAR.SEC.ICMP.2529.ZS
BAR.SCHL.1519]Gross enrolment ratio. Preprimary. Male is the total male enrollment in preprimary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total male population of official preprimary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged st< udents because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.`Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in engineering, manufacturing and construction3Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Female]LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femaleJordan3MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Female1average years of tertiary schooling, 1519, totaliEducational expenditure in preprimary as % of total educational expenditure is the percentage of public education expenditure for preprimary education. Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private) and education administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities). In some instances data on public expenditure on education refers only to the ministry of education, excluding other ministries that spend a part of their budget on educational activities at a given level of education.Population, ages 1524, total@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 6064, femalevEnrolment in primary. Grade 1. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 1 of primary education.@Rate of outofschool children of primary school age, female (%)eEffective transition rate from primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes (%). Male0average years of primary schooling, 4044, total2065mProportion, 7579, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 7579 with tertiary education.ZPercentage of teachers in preprimary education who are trained, gender parity index (GPI)LO.TIMSS.SCI8.ADVPopulation in thousand, 7579, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 7579 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. Upper secondary is the ratio of the female percentage of trained teachers for upper secondary to the male percentage of trained teachers for upper secondary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of men and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of women.HH.MICS.YRS.1519UIS.XSPENDP.56.FDPUB.FNCUR&proportion, 4564, total, no educationGAB!proportion, 1519, total, primaryPopulation, aged 1317, totalQOutofschool rate for children of primary school age (%). Male is the number of males of official primary school age who are not enrolled in primary or secondary school, expressed as a percentage of the male population of official primary school age. Children enrolled in preprimary education are excluded and considered out of school.uPercentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Social Sciences, Business and Law programmes, both sexes (%)YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryoProportion, 1544, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 1544 with no education.MYS.MEA.YSCH.4564.MAUIS.E.56.F800.FSE.TER.GRAD.OT.ZSApril 2013 database update: Based on IMF data, national accounts data were revised for 2000 onward; the base year changed to 2000.GPopulation, age 1115, female is the total number of females age 1115.kProportion, 2024, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 2024 with primary education.ePercentage of population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)NMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 43average years of secondary schooling, 4044, femaleNet attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 5 is the proportion of quintile 5 children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.HH.MICS.TR.12.Q2aNational accounts data are revised from 2010 to 2013 based on IMF and World Bank staff estimates.SPublic current education expenditure, tertiary (% of current education expenditure)sPrimary completion rate. Quintile 3 is the total number of quintile 3 students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of quintile 3 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 3 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. HEnrolment in Grade 2 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)0Percentage of female students. Postsecondary nontertiary education is the number of female students at the postsecondary nontertiary education level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the postsecondary nontertiary education level in a given school year. DRepeaters in Grade 8 of secondary general education, female (number)HAdjusted net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (%)%mean years of schooling, 6569, total'proportion, 5559, female, no education0MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. MaleABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 2024, femaleBAR.TER.CMPT.3034.ZSPopulation, ages 511, maleCIV proportion, 80+, male, secondarykLow income group aggregate. Lowincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was $1,045 or less.PolandUIS.AFR.GTCTR.1.FPopulation, ages 79, female UIS.AY.SYEStudents at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%):Repeaters in Grade 2 of primary education, female (number)
Gross enrolment ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5 and 6). Male is the total male enrollment in tertiary education (ISCED 5 and 6), regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total male population of the fiveyear age group following on from secondary school leaving.`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.MEA.YSCH.1519.MFGPopulation, age 1116, female is the total number of females age 1116.BAR.SEC.CMPT.75UP.ZSLPopulation, age 19, male refers to the male population at the specified age.7MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 4Repeaters in primary. Grade 4. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. &Repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. TotalAverage years of tertiary schooling, 6569, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 6569. MLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, total$proportion, 20  24, total, tertiarykProportion, 7579, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 7579 with secondary education.PStudents at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleILLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, maleZambia0population in thousands (age 15+), 1519, femaleHH.MICS.YRS.15UP.GIN.FHH.DHS.SCR.RMYS.POP.2529.NED.FESchool age population. Lower secondary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to lower secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.
HH.MICS.TR.12MYS.PROP.1519.PRI.MFBAR.TER.ICMP.3539.ZSAverage years of secondary schooling, 25+, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people over age 25. proportion, 65+, male, tertiaryLPercentage of population age 5054 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarySE.SEC.ENRL.VO.ZSCHLMYS.PROP.7579.PRI.FEUIS.R.1.G3.F#mean years of schooling, 25+, totalPopulation, aged 11, totalSP.POP.0406.MA.UN/population in thousand, 20  24, male, tertiaryMYS.PROP.4044.NED.MFMYS.PROP.4044.PRI.MAAverage years of secondary schooling, 6064, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 6064. CFemale tertiary graduates as percentage of all graduates in science< `BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondarysPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from programmes in unspecified fields, female (%)MYS.PROP.4564.NED.MAPercentage of new entrants to Grade 1 of primary education with early childhood educational development experience, both sexes (%)UPercentage of female population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary'proportion, 1519, female, no education1984Population, aged 5 9, total
UIS.OAPP.1Average years of secondary schooling, 6569, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 6569. Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school is the percentage of outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.Gross enrolment ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5 and 6). Female is the total female enrollment in tertiary education (ISCED 5 and 6), regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total female population of the fiveyear age group following on from secondary school leaving.
UIS.DR.1.G6.FvEnrolment in primary. Grade 6. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 6 of primary education.:Underage enrolment ratio in primary education, female (%)&proportion, 4549, total, no education
MauritaniaBAR.PRM.CMPT.3034.ZScTIMSS:Eighth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)4Percentage of population age 1519 with no educationEthiopiaLO.LLECE.REA6.HIG.MAHH.MICS.OOS.1.MPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in health and welfare is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in health and welfare programmes.PShare of primary schoolage children enrolled in preprimary education (%). Male:Official entrance age to lower secondary education (years)HH.DHS.OOS.1.M1average years of secondary schooling, 75+, femaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.4549.MA2Enrolment in health and welfare. Tertiary. FemaleQCapital expenditure as % of total expenditure in tertiary public institutions (%)Solomon IslandsUIS.THDUR.4.A.GPVSP.POP.AG13.TO.UNsAverage years of total schooling, 5559, total is the average years of education completed among people age 5559. ZPASEC: Mean performance on the mathematics scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, male,MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. FemaleAdult (15+) literacy rate (%). Total is the percentage of the population age 15 and above who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of literates aged 15 years and over by the corresponding age group population and multiplying the result by 100. PRTBAR.PRM.ICMP.3539.ZS~Population in thousand, 6569, female, primary is the total number of females age 6569 (in thousands) with primary education.oProportion, 4564, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 4564 with secondary education.PPopulation, age 18, female refers to the female population at the specified age.+DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. FemaleUIS.AFR.NTP.2.PU.TMYS.POP.6064.NED.MFMoroccogTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. All levels3average years of secondary schooling, 5559, femaleMYS.POP.6064.PRI.MADMICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 3SP.PRM.GRAD.TO^Dropout rate. Primary. Female is calculated by subtracting the female survival rate from 100.UIS.E.23.GPV.G5.FT3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleNPopulation, age 24, total refers to the total population at the specified age.Georgia0population in thousand, 80+, total, no education/average years of tertiary schooling, 25+, total~Population in thousand, 4564, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 4564 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MYS.POP.25UP.SEC.MF
Azerbaijan<Percentage of repeaters in upper secondary. All grades. MaleUIS.ECDP.1.GPI.population in thousand, 1544, total, tertiaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 4. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year."proportion, 1564, male, secondary2060BAR.SEC.CMPT.7074.ZSBOLSPercentage of female population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiarykProportion, 4044, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 4044 with secondary education._LLECE: 3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), maleyPercentage of private enrolment. Upper secondary. General programmes is the enrolment in private upper secondary general programmes expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in upper secondary general programmes. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes.)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 1. MaleMYS.POP.3034.SEC.MAproportion, 25+, male, tertiary[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryPopulation, aged 1524, femaleLO.PASEC.FRE5.LO.FEHH.MICS.GAR.456.F&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 8. Total4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Total&mean years of schooling, 1564, female2011.average years of total schooling, 3034, totalUIS.T.2.GPVSP.POP.1418.TO.UNGender parity index for elderly literacy rate is the ratio of female elderly literacy rate to the male elderly literacy rate. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.
UIS.E.56.F200YBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Complete< d TertiaryLower middle income group aggregate. Lowermiddleincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was between $1,046 and $4,125.oProportion, 2529, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 2529 with secondary education.=Africa Dataset: Schools census return rate. Secondary. Public7MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 3Population in thousand, 5559, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 5559 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MDAPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 4. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. kProportion, 6569, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 6569 with no education.3population in thousand, 1544, female, no education/population in thousand, 7074, total, secondaryYEM@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 7074, femaleHigh incomeHH.DHS.TR.12.Q5LLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, male
UIS.UAPP.13population in thousand, 4549, female, no education%Pupilteacher ratio. Lower secondary@Africa Dataset: Average class size. All classes. Primary. PublicPercentage of graduates from Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)population in thousand, 15+, female, tertiary?Population, age 46, male is the total number of males age 46.HH.DHS.NIR.1.UAverage years of primary schooling, 4549, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 4549. 5DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 3ABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 3539, total:Repeaters in Grade 3 of primary education, female (number)4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 5054, totalMDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 3UIS.R.23.GPV.G1.FGPercentage of repeaters in Grade 2 of primary education, both sexes (%)SP.POP.0711.MA.UNQATMYS.MEA.YSCH.1519.MAAdult illiterate population. Total is the total number of adults over age 15 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in social sciences, business and law is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in social sciences, business and law programmes.HH.DHS.SCR.M!Entrance age of 4A postsecondaryMYS.PROP.1519.NED.MFKAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Primary. Public. TotalrAfrica Dataset: Percentage of male newly recruited teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, male (%).MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 13average years of secondary schooling, 5054, femaleMYS.PROP.1519.PRI.MA5School age population. Official entrance age. Totalpopulation in thousand, 5054, total, primary^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiarySACMEQ: Mean performance on the reading scale, female is the mean reading score for female 6th grade students. Mean scores are on SACMEQ scales for reading, which have averages of 500 and standard deviations of 100.Population in thousand, 25+, total, primary is the total number of people over age 25 (in thousands) with primary education.Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 3. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.HH.DHS.NAR.23.Q1MYS.PROP.7579.NED.FE!proportion, 80+, female, tertiaryAGraduates in humanities and arts (% of total graduates, tertiary)SP.POP.1118.TO.UNBAR.PRM.CMPT.75UP.FE.ZSPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in engineering, manufacturing and construction is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in engineering, manufacturing and construction programmes.CAfrica Dataset: Number of grades. Multigrade class. Primary. Public2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 1.Female)DHS: Proportion of outofschool. PrimaryABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 3034, femaleKPopulation, age 3, male refers to the male population at the specified age.2SACMEQ:Mean performance on the reading scale, male
BAR.SCHL.75UP1average years of tertiary schooling, 4044, total"proportion, 4564, total, tertiary1996APercentage of repeaters in Grade 4 of primary education, male (%)[Net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education by underage entrants (1 year), female (%)ZMB5Official entrance age to compulsory education (years)?Population, age 1524, total is the total population age 1524.UPercentage of female population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 5054, femaleoProportion, 3539, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 3539 with no education.UIS.AFR.PBR.1.G7.PU.READ0population in thousands (age 15+), 2529, femaleRepeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. BAR.NOED.7074.FE.ZSfEffective transition rate from primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes (%). Total proportion, 25+, total, tertiaryPopulation, aged 3, totalBAR.SEC.SCHL.4044LGross enrolment ratio. Primary. Male is the total male enrollment in primary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the male population of official primary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition. HH.DHS.OOST.L.FLKAMYS.PROP.1519.TER.FEoProportion, 5559, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 5559 with primary education.,population in thousand, 7579, male, primary:Persistence to last grade of primary, female (% of cohort)QatarFAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools without toilets. Primary. Public
UIS.REPR.1.G40DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. MaleBGovernment expenditure per student, tertiary (% of GDP per capita)FPrimary completion rate is the total number of students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. ,population in thousand, 7074, male, primaryGRCPopulation, age 17, femaleKPopulation, age 8, male refers to the male population at the specified age.MYS.POP.3539.NED.MFSE.PRM.REPT.MA.ZSElderly illiterate population. Male is the total number of males over age 65 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.
LO.SACMEQ.REAMYS.POP.3539.PRI.MASE.TER.GRAD.SC.ZS*MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. FemaleTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. Secondary and postsecondary nontertiary
LO.LLECE.MAT4sAverage years of total schooling, 6569, total is the average years of education completed among people age 6569. oPercentage of tertiary graduates in agriculture is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied agriculture.Share of primary students who are enrolled in a multigrade class. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.Population, ages 612, femaleTypology of out< ofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Male is defined as the proportion of male outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. Gender parity index for school life expectancy net of repetition. Primary to lower secondary is the ratio of female to male vales for the indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. [PASEC: Mean performance on the mathematics scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, totalBMean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, maleAverage years of secondary schooling, 15+, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people over age 15. MYS.PROP.6064.TER.MAnAfrica Dataset: Percentage of female teachers in lower secondary education who are newly recruited, female (%)BAR.PRM.ICMP.25UP.FE.ZSMYS.POP.6064.NED.MAzEnrolment in secondary. Grade 4. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 4 of secondary education.uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)UIS.ROFSPPT.1.MzPopulation in thousand, 2024, male, primary is the total number of males age 2024 (in thousands) with primary education.population in thousand, 65+, total, secondary'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 7. FemaleUIS.T.23.GPVMYS.PROP.3539.SEC.FEbBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryPakistanHRepeaters in Grade 6 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)5Repeaters, secondary, female (% of female enrollment)MYS.POP.25UP.SEC.MAHLLECE:Mean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, maleMYS.PROP.15UP.SEC.MFPopulation, aged 17, femaleUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G4.PU.READ2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 3. TotalSP.POP.AG18.TO.UN0population in thousands (age 15+), 7074, femaleShare of all primary school questionnaires that were returned with at least some usable data and captured in the EMIS system. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.UIS.XNATURCP.1.FDPUB.FNTS,population in thousand, 25+, total, tertiaryJPercentage of enrolment in secondary education in private institutions (%)nPercentage of female population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)
UIS.SLE.561population in thousand, 20  24, female, tertiarycPercentage of repeaters in primary. All grades. Total is the number of students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all students enrolled in primary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of repeaters in all grades of primary education by the total enrolment of primary education and multiplying the result by 100.Cameroon]Teaching staff in preprimary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female+Net enrolment rate, primary, both sexes (%)WPopulation of the official age for postsecondary nontertiary education, male (number)LO.LLECE.REA3.MABAR.SEC.CMPT.3539.FE.ZSMYS.POP.3539.TER.FEGross enrolment ratio. Primary & Secondary combined. Female is the total female enrollment in primary and secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total female population of official primary and secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.UIS.AIRE.1.GLAST.GPIMYS.POP.15UP.TER.MF(Secondary education, teachers (% female)3average years of secondary schooling, 6569, femaleKA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate entered into force on January 1, 2015: 1 euro = 3.45280 Lithuanian litas. Please note that historical data are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Population, age 14, femaleTPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female
JMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 1)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 6. Male
HH.DHS.SCR.Q1qProportion, 3034, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 3034 with tertiary education.BAR.NOED.15UP.FE.ZSPopulation, ages 1217, maleCongo, Rep.3population in thousand, 1564, female, no educationABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 4549, femalevNumber of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants. Female is the number of female students enrolled in tertiary education in a given academic year per 100,000 inhabitants. It is calculated by dividing the total number of female students enrolled in tertiary education in a given academic year by the country s population and multiplying the result by 100,000.Population in thousand, 3539, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 3539 (in thousands) with tertiary education.:Repeaters in Grade 4 of primary education, female (number)SACMEQ: Mean performance on the mathematics scale, female is the mean mathematics score for female 6th grade students. Mean scores are on SACMEQ scales for reading, which have averages of 500 and standard deviations of 100.'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 4. FemaleRepetition rate in primary. Grade 5. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.MYS.POP.5559.SEC.FEWSMPopulation, ages 1564, totalMAfrica Dataset: Average size of classes in primary schools (number of pupils)SpecialNotesIncomeGroupLTeachers in tertiary education ISCED 6 and 7 programmes, both sexes (number)Population, aged 14, femaleNet enrolment rate, secondary, both sexes (%)UIS.E.23.V.PU.FXTechnical/vocational enrolment in upper secondary (ISCED 3) as % of total upper secondary enrolment (ISCED 3) is the percentage of all upper secondary students enrolled in technical/vocational education programs including teacher training, expressed as a percentage of the total number of students who are enrolled in upper secondary education.Repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. 2Teachers in primary education, both sexes (number)NICPISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), female is the percentage of female students below Level 1 (below 334.94 score points) on the science scale.JMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. FemaleOPopulation, age 1, female refers to the female population at the specified age.2Pupils of the official school age. Primary. MalePPercentage of population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMYS.PROP.1544.SEC.MASP.POP.1015.MA.UNUIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G5.PUFJIMYS.PROP.1519.NED.MAdPercentage of graduates from Humanities and Arts programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)BAR.SCHL.5559.FEAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 2 < is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 2 population of the given age group. Population, aged 1318, total proportion, 3539, male, primaryPopulation in thousand, 1544, total, no education is the total number of people age 1544 (in thousands) with no education.pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)Teaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.QPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), male
.Teachers in primary education, female (number)Percentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in secondary education. All personnel salaries is the percentage of public current expenditures on secondary education devoted to salaries.LVADEnrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 8 programmes, female (number)
UIS.DR.1.G3.FoProportion, 5054, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 5054 with no education.CEnrolment in postsecondary nontertiary education, female (number)Population in thousand, 7074, total, secondary is the total number of people age 7074 (in thousands) with secondary education.~Population in thousand, 7579, male, secondary is the total number of males age 7579 (in thousands) with secondary education.Net intake rate. Primary. Over age (+1). Female is the number of new female entrants in the first grade of primary education who are one year older than the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the female population of the primary school entrance age.Population, age 11, femaleIRepeaters in secondary general education, all grades, both sexes (number)CInternational (or internationally mobile) students. Tertiary. Total1991,population in thousand, 15+, male, secondaryRTIMSS:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for eighth grade students, femalepopulation in thousand, 4564, male, tertiaryAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 1 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 1 population of the given age group. #proportion, 20  24, male, tertiaryTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. Preprimary is the expenditure coming from public, private and international sources spent on preprimary education expressed as a % of GDP.?Repetition rate in Grade 3 of primary education, both sexes (%)Net attendance rate. Primary. Male is the proportion of male children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.MYS.POP.1544.TER.MAUIS.T.5.A.FLO.PISA.REA.LOWTertiary education, academic staff (% female)DBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with no educationyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary) UIS.T.2.VBAR.POP.25UP.FE0MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 3LO.LLECE.MAT6.HIG.MALO.LLECE.REA3.LOW.FEPopulation in thousand, 4564, total, secondary is the total number of people age 4564 (in thousands) with secondary education.SP.POP.AG24.FE.UNjPercentage of female population age 3034 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)Population, aged 1217, male'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 1. FemalegPercentage of population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)UIS.XGDP.0.FSpr.FDinst.FFdTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private lower secondary education institutions (ISCED 2). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.4SACMEQ: Mean performance on the reading scale, totaldTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)UZB&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. TotalMRTwBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)HSurvival rate to Grade 4 of primary education, gender parity index (GPI)Population, aged 11, femalenEnrolment in primary. Grade 6. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 6 of primary education.BAR.PRM.CMPT.1519.ZSPopulation, age 23, totalZPercentage of graduates from Education programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)fAfrica Dataset: Percentage of female teachers in primary education who are newly recruited, female (%)=DHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped outUIS.E.23.GPV.G2.FXAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public lower secondary education, female (%)7Survival rate to Grade 5 of primary education, male (%)
UIS.GER.2.GPI$mean years of schooling, 7579, malePopulation in thousand, 3034, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 3034 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MYS.POP.3539.NED.MAUnited Arab EmiratesPopulation, ages 1118, femaleqTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalPopulation, aged 12, totalABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 6064, totalBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 6064, femalePopulation, ages 69, totalrNet enrollment rate is the ratio of children of official school age who are enrolled in school to the population of the corresponding official school age. Primary education provides children with basic reading, writing, and mathematics skills along with an elementary understanding of such subjects as history, geography, natural science, social science, art, and music.SE.SEC.TCAQ.ZS!Duration of education, compulsorySo Tom and Principe
UIS.E.1.PUUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G4Population, aged 1014, totalUPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male
uSecondary completion rate. Quintile 5 is the total number of quintile 5 students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of quintile 5 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 5 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. GGovernment expenditure per secondary student as % of GDP per capita (%)_Primary completion rate. Urban is the total number of urban students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of urban repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of urban children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. kPopulation in thousands,75+, total is the total population over age 75 in thousands estimated by BarroLee.NPopulation, age 11, total re< fers to the total population at the specified age.UIS.REPP.1.G6.M$proportion, 25  29, total, tertiary'Net enrolment rate. Preprimary. Male
HH.DHS.SCRYRate of outofschool children of primary school age in preprimary education, female (%)MYS.POP.65UP.PRI.FEMYS.PROP.15UP.SEC.MA
BAR.SCHL.5559+Lower secondary school starting age (years)9Percentage of trained teachers. Lower secondary. Female6MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 1{Graduates in general programmes. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from general programmes.vSurvival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes). Female is the share of female children enrolled in the first grade of secondary school who eventually reach the last grade of secondary school, regardless of repetition. To calculate this indicator, divide the total number of female pupils in the last grade of secondary education by the number of female pupils who originally enrolled in the first grade of secondary education, and multiply the result by 100. The survival rate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.Population, aged 1117, femaleNAfrica Dataset: Percentage of enrolment in multigrade classes. Primary. PublicPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in agriculture is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in agriculture programmes.MKDnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6569 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)BAR.SEC.SCHL.3034BAR.SEC.CMPT.5559.ZSEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. General programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in general programmes at public and private upper secondary education institutions.UIS.SR.2.GPV.GLAST.CP.M%proportion, 20  24, female, tertiaryYPercentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience. Male is the number of new male entrants to primary grade 1 who have attended some form of organized early childhood care and education (ECCE) program for the equivalent of at least 200 hours, expressed as a percentage of total number of new male entrants to primary grade 1. UIS.ROFST.1UIS.TRTP.3.M0Gross enrolment ratio, upper secondary, male (%)&Enrolment in primary. Grade 6. Female/average years of tertiary schooling, 75+, totalUIS.E.56.F700.F1Percentage of female students. Tertiary ISCED 5AUIS.G.56.F500.dcountRepetition rate in primary. Grade 5. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.aMean years of schooling, 1544, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 1544.MYS.PROP.2529.TER.MFBAR.NOED.15UP.ZSNPopulation, age 16, total refers to the total population at the specified age.oProportion, 4044, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 4044 with primary education.MYS.POP.15UP.TER.MA0SACMEQ:Mean performance on the mathematics scalePopulation, aged 612, maleSPercentage of female population age 2024 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Percentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in primary education. All personnel salaries is the percentage of public current expenditures on primary education devoted to salaries..population in thousand, 1564, female, primary"Population, upper secondary, totalPopulation, ages 1115, femalePopulation in thousand, 5054, total, primary is the total number of people age 5054 (in thousands) with primary education.LO.TIMSS.MAT4.FESP.POP.AG23.TO.UNUIS.TRTP.23.GPIUIS.MSEP.56Population in thousand, 1544, female, secondary is the total number of females age 1544 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.XGDP.FSGOV.FDINSTADM.FFD~Population in thousand, 25+, female, primary is the total number of females over age 25 (in thousands) with primary education.Percentage of female tertiary graduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied engineering, manufacturing and construction.:Repeaters in Grade 5 of primary education, female (number)#proportion, 7074, total, secondaryTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in general programmes in public and private upper secondary education institutions (ISCED 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.TEducational expenditure for total current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. is total current education spending expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for tertiary education (ISCED 5 & 6). Salaries and other current add up to the total current expenditure. Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. Total Current Expenditures."qProportion, 5054, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 5054 with tertiary education.XGross enrolment ratio. Secondary. All programmes. Total is the total enrollment in secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the population of official secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.UIS.UAPP.1.F/Mortality rate, under5 (per 1,000 live births)HH.MICS.OOST.DO.Q1HondurasBAR.TER.SCHL.25UP.FEMYS.PROP.4549.SEC.MFBelize]Percentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Education programmes, both sexes (%)WPercentage of female population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary8Net enrolment rate, secondary, gender parity index (GPI)STATS Series Ext DIMCodeNPercentage of population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryLO.LLECE.SCI6.MAjGross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 4 is the number of quintile 4 postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 4 population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.BAR.PRM.SCHL.4549IDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 3LTUWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPopulation in thousand, 1519, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 1519 (in thousands) with tertiary education.^LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), female/population in thousand, 7579, total, secondary.population in thousand, 1519, male, secondary!proportion, 4044, total, primaryFMean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, maleIRNPopulation in thousand, 1564, total, primary is the total number of people age 15< 64 (in thousands) with primary education.lPercentage of female population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)&Enrolment in secondary. Grade 9. TotalMPercentage of repeaters in Grade 4 of secondary general education, female (%).average years of total schooling, 3539, totalaMean years of schooling, 65+, total is the mean years of schooling of the population over age 65.
UIS.REPP.1.G7zPopulation in thousand, 4549, male, no education is the total number of males age 4549 (in thousands) with no education.
HH.MICS.SCR.UMYS.POP.4549.TER.MFABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 5559, femaleRAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Upper secondary. Public. MaleuAverage years of total schooling, 3034, female is the average years of education completed among females age 3034. UIS.NERT.1.GPISP.POP.1217.TO.UNKPopulation, age 9, male refers to the male population at the specified age.Percentage of repeaters in lower secondary. All grades. Female is the number of female students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all female students enrolled in lower secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of female repeaters in all grades of lower secondary education by the total female enrolment of lower secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. BAR.TER.CMPT.6569.ZSsProportion, 1544, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 1544 with secondary education.MProportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 5 is the number of quintile 5 children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of quintile 5 children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.uPopulation in thousands, 2024, total is the total population of 2024 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.Gender parity index for adjusted net intake rate. Primary is the ratio of the female adjusted net intake rate for primary to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryLO.PASEC.MAT5.LO.MANAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public primary education, male (%)HH.DHS.OOS.1.Q2}Source for GNI and net income from abroad is changed to national statistical office from central bank. April 2012 database update: National accounts data were revised for 1998 onward. Because intellectual property products are now reported as a part of gross fixed capital formation, gross domestic product (GDP) in current prices averaged 4 percent higher than previous estimates.+population in thousand, 15+, male, tertiaryrEnrolment in secondary. Grade 8. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 8 of secondary education.3BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 25+, femaleOutofschool children of primary school age enrolled in preprimary education. Male is the total number of male primaryschoolage children who are enrolled in preprimary education. mProportion, 80+, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population over age 80 with tertiary education.gProportion, 6064, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 6064 with primary education..Percentage of private enrolment. Preprimary.UIS.ECDP.1.FAverage years of tertiary schooling, 2024, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 2024. MYS.POP.6569.SEC.MFDNK1Repeaters, primary, total (% of total enrollment)SE.TER.GRAD.HL.ZSpopulation in thousands (age 15+), 15+, total\PISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female
MPercentage of repeaters in Grade 6 of secondary general education, female (%)SP.POP.0709.FE.UNUIS.E.2.GPV.PU.FSP.POP.0510.MA.UNBAR.PRM.SCHL.25UP.FEBAR.POP.75UP.FE!Population ages 014 (% of total)SNA data for 20002011 are updated from official government statistics; 19941999 from UN databases. Base year has changed from 1995 to 2000.1Gross enrollment rate (%), lower secondary, total;Dropout rate from Grade 7 of primary education, female (%)Fiji
UIS.ROFST.1.FKStudents at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maledTIMSS:Eighth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of science achievement (%)2MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. UrbanMLI~Population in thousand, 5559, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 5559 (in thousands) with tertiary education.gProportion, 6569, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 6569 with primary education.ZOutofschool children of primary school age in preprimary education, both sexes (number)/population in thousand, 6064, total, secondaryHH.MICS.OOST.DO.U UIS.E.3.VUIS.R.23.GPV.G8 UIS.E.5.AoProportion, 1519, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 1519 with no education.CMean performance on the reading scale for 3rd grade students, totalSOMXSchool life expectancy, primary and lower secondary (excluding repetition), male (years)pEnrolment in education. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary education programs.SE.TER.GRAD.ED.FE.ZS0average years of primary schooling, 7074, total7Youth literacy rate, population 1524 years, female (%)YOn January 1, 2009, the Turkmen manat was redenominated (1 new manat = 5,000 old manats).3Enrolment in primary. Public. All programmes. Total_Teaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. TotalMYS.PROP.65UP.TER.FEMYS.POP.65UP.NED.FEeTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of science achievement (%)BAR.PRM.CMPT.6569.ZSMYS.PROP.5054.PRI.FEOPopulation, age 3, female refers to the female population at the specified age.MYS.POP.80UP.PRI.MFBAR.PRM.ICMP.75UP.FE.ZSuAverage years of total schooling, 15+, female is the average years of education completed among females over age 15. rBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary) UIS.FEP.6Population, aged 4, total?Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. Lower secondaryUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G3.FuAverage years of total schooling, 2529, female is the average years of education completed among females age 2529. 2030jAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 5 of primary education (number)gProportion, 25+, total, no education is the proportion of the population over age 25 with no education.KEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. General programmes. TotalRepetition rate in primary. Grade 4. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.Fiscal year ends on June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. Data are revised from Samoa Bureau of Statistics and Central Bank of Samoa. The new base year is 2008/09. Other methodological changes include increased reliance on summary data from the country s Value Added G< oods and Services Tax system, incorporation of more recent benchmarks, and use of improved data sources.Population, ages 1316, maleMYS.PROP.1564.SEC.FEKEN3Female share of graduates in services (%, tertiary)cPercentage of population age 3539 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)EPopulation of the official age for secondary education, male (number)Current expenditure is expressed as a percentage of direct expenditure in public educational institutions (instructional and noninstructional) of the specified level of education. Financial aid to students and other transfers are excluded from direct expenditure. Current expenditure is consumed within the current year and would have to be renewed if needed in the following year. It includes staff compensation and current expenditure other than for staff compensation (ex. on teaching materials, ancillary services and administration).HH.MICS.NAR.23.FBrunei Darussalam>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 1519, female]Population of the official age for postsecondary nontertiary education, both sexes (number)Puerto RicomProportion, 5054, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 5054 with tertiary education.:Repeaters in Grade 6 of primary education, female (number)GPopulation, age 1419, female is the total number of females age 1419.3Enrolment in humanities and arts. Tertiary. FemaleePercentage of population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)kProportion, 4549, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 4549 with secondary education.eMean years of schooling, 7074, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 7074.HH.MICS.NIR.1.FHH.DHS.NIR.1.F7Percentage female teachers. Postsecondary/nontertiaryMYS.POP.1564.TER.FE#Girls graduates share (%), tertiaryPercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education not allocated by level is the share of public current education expenditure that is not devoted to a specified level of education.aTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement (%)?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 3539, totalNLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, femaleqProportion, 7074, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 7074 with tertiary education.?Repeaters in primary education, all grades, both sexes (number)6DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 5;Dropout rate from Grade 4 of primary education, female (%)Micronesia, Fed. Sts.2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 4. TotalMYS.POP.7074.PRI.FEzPopulation in thousand, 5054, male, primary is the total number of males age 5054 (in thousands) with primary education.Male labor force with secondary education is the share of the male labor force that attained or completed secondary education as the highest level of education.HH.MICS.YRS.1519.Q5%DHS: Secondary completion rate. RuralQAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools without access to potable water (%)Teaching staff in primary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private primary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.2Elderly illiterate population, 65+ years, % femalePopulation, age 14, male~Population in thousand, 7074, female, primary is the total number of females age 7074 (in thousands) with primary education.BAR.POP.7074.FEUIS.AFR.TATTRR.1.PU.TNPopulation, age 18, total refers to the total population at the specified age.Aruba0population in thousand, 15+, total, no educationMPopulation, age 1, total refers to the total population at the specified age.BAR.TER.SCHL.75UP.FEsProportion, 1519, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 1519 with secondary education.Population, aged 511, female[Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Urban is the number of urban postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the urban population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)SE.PRM.EPCR.ZSLEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalPopulation ages 1564, femaleEducational expenditure on other current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4.[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 3539 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary
UIS.E.1.PuPopulation, ages 713, male[LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), male>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 6064, femaleUIS.E.1.G5.FSE.TER.GRAD.FE.ED.ZSsAverage years of total schooling, 15+, total is the average years of education completed among people over age 15. BAR.SEC.ICMP.3539.FE.ZSBAR.SEC.SCHL.6064.FEMPopulation, age 6, total refers to the total population at the specified age.+MICS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 4ARE=Survival rate to Grade 4 of primary education, both sexes (%)DOMKenya"proportion, 7074, female, primaryHEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. All programmes. FemaleSE.SEC.TCAQ.MA.ZS:Share of primary schools with access to permanent sources of electrical power (i.e. grid/mains connection, wind, water, solar, permanently fuelpowered generator, etc.). Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.
UIS.E.56.F140LPercentage of population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary UIS.E.2.Fpopulation in thousand, 4549, total, primarylPercentage of female population age 2529 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)UIS.thDur.0LO.PISA.MAT.HIG.MAElderly illiterate population. Female is the total number of females over age 65 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.Gender parity index for net intake rate. Primary is the ratio of female net intake rate for primary to the male net intake rate for primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. HH.MICS.NAR.1.Q4LO.PASEC.MAT5.MAoProportion, 3034, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 3034 with no education.vEnrolment in primary. Grade 2. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 2 of primary education.UIS.REPP.1.G3.MPopulation, aged 6, femaleNew base year is 2005.Population, aged 1319, totalJExpenditure on preprimary as % of government expenditure on education (%)Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. International sources. All levels is the expenditure coming from international sources spent on education expressed as a % of GDP.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who a< re enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Average years of secondary schooling, 5054, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 5054. FSchool life expectancy, primary to tertiary, gender parity index (GPI)Repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. 2045SPercentage of female population age 6064 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarysProportion, 7074, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 7074 with secondary education.&Public education expenditure, % of GNIFiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. Based on official government statistics; the new base year is 2011/12. India reports using SNA 2008.MYS.PROP.2529.PRI.FESYCBAR.PRM.SCHL.75UP.FE"proportion, 6569, female, primaryMHLLO.SACMEQ.MAT.HIG.MALAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools without potable water. Primary. PublicAverage years of secondary schooling, 5559, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 5559. %Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 4. MaleBAR.POP.4044.FE[3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleSE.XPD.CUR.TOTL.ZSBHRcMean years of schooling, 30  34, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 3034.SP.POP.AG14.MA.UNSAUMYS.PROP.5054.NED.FEMYS.POP.1564.NED.MAMYS.POP.80UP.NED.MF3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. MaleyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)MYS.POP.80UP.PRI.MADEnrolment in Grade 6 of secondary general education, female (number)UIS.TRANRA.23.GPV.M3Literacy rate, youth total (% of people ages 1524)Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 1. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.Labor force with secondary education is the share of the total labor force that attained or completed secondary education as the highest level of education.9Dropout rate from Grade 3 of primary education, male (%).average years of total schooling, 6064, totalUIS.LPP.AG65tPopulation in thousands,6569, total is the total population of 6569 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.MPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%)2population in thousand, 25  29, female, secondaryUIS.THAGE.3.A.GPViProportion, 3034, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 3034 with tertiary education.&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. TotalUIS.AFR.TRNTP.3.PU.FTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 3 is the percentage of quintile 3 outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.WBarroLee: Percentage of population age 7074 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarykProportion, 25+, male, no education is the proportion of the male population over age 25 with no education.@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 6569, totalPopulation, age 24, totalMYS.PROP.80UP.SEC.FETechnical/vocational enrolment in secondary (ISCED 2 and 3) as % of total secondary enrolment (ISCED 2 and 3), male is the percentage of all male lower and upper secondary students enrolled in technical/vocational education programs including teacher training, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male students who are enrolled in lower and upper secondary education.TUVBAR.TER.SCHL.7074.FEHH.MICS.OOST.X.Q1Enrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public and private upper secondary education institutions.UIS.AFR.GTCTR.1.TSAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Upper secondary. Public. TotalTTO6DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 4nPercentage of female population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)UIS.G.56.F400.dcount.FRAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Lower secondary. Public. MaleUIS.E.23.GPV.G10.FLO.TIMSS.MAT4.HIPopulation, aged 3, femaleLO.PIRLS.REA.FEHH.DHS.OOST.DO.Q5HNDZPrevalence of HIV refers to the percentage of people ages 1549 who are infected with HIV.BAR.POP.75UPBFA:Repeaters in Grade 7 of primary education, female (number)"proportion, 5054, male, secondaryABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 6569, totaleTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Male is the proportion of male outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.New entrants who have attended some ECCE programme. Primary. Total is the total number of new entrants to primary education who have attended an early childhood care and education (ECCE) program.!proportion, 1544, total, primaryPercentage of tertiary graduates in social sciences, business and law is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied social sciences, business and law.2population in thousand, 7579, total, no educationQPopulation of the official age for lower secondary education, both sexes (number)BAR.NOED.6064.FE.ZSSP.POP.1419.MA.UNPopulation in thousand, 25+, female, tertiary is the total number of females over age 25 (in thousands) with tertiary education.Virgin Islands (U.S.)*PISA:Mean performance on the reading scale]A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 1.95583 German mark. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Population, aged 1015, totalMYS.POP.4549.PRI.FE*DHS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 4School age population. Upper secondary. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to upper secondary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.MYS.POP.80UP.TER.FE
HH.DHS.PCR.Q3UIS.XGDP.0.FDINSTADM.FFD^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with primary schooling. < Completed Primary?Population, age 1419, total is the total population age 1419.7Entrance age of 3A upper secondary is the age at which students would enter ISCED 3A upper secondary education, assuming they had started at the official entrance age for the lowest level of education, had studied fulltime throughout and had progressed through the system without repeating or skipping a grade.LO.TIMSS.SCI4.BLGPopulation, age 1316, female is the total number of females age 1316.MYS.PROP.7074.TER.FEGAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 6. PublicBAR.TER.CMPT.6064.FE.ZSZ3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totalMYS.POP.7074.NED.FEEnrolment in health and welfare. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary health and welfare programs.iMean years of schooling, 5054, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 5054.MYS.PROP.6064.PRI.MF.population in thousand, 7074, male, secondary UIS.AY.EMbBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary"proportion, 4549, male, secondaryIsle of ManSOURCE_NOTEPopulation, aged 14, malezEnrolment in secondary. Grade 6. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 6 of secondary education.High income: OECD(mean years of schooling, 20  24, femaleTCD#proportion, 7579, total, secondaryqProportion, 7579, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 7579 with tertiary education.lEnrolment in science. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary science programs.pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)SE.TER.TCHR.FE.ZS?Population, age 59, male is the total number of males age 59._TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring at least 475 on the mathematics assessment. Students at this benchmark can apply basic mathematical knowledge in a variety of situations. Students can solve problems involving decimals, fractions, proportions, and percentages. They understand simple algebraic relationships. Students can relate a twodimensional drawing to a threedimensional object. They can read, interpret, and construct graphs and tables. They recognize basic notions of likelihood.vEnrolment in primary. Grade 7. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 7 of primary education.0population in thousand, 30  34, total, tertiary'MICS: Secondary completion rate. FemalePopulation, aged 3 5, totaloProportion, 2024, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 2024 with secondary education.IIn 2011, the Central Bank revised national accounts data for 2006 onward.Population, aged 0, female2average years of tertiary schooling, 4044, femalemNorth America regional aggregate. There are no economies in North America classified as low or middle income.BAR.PRM.SCHL.7074.FE<Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. All programmes. MalepGross enrolment ratio. Lower secondary. All programmes. Total is the total enrollment in lower secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total population of official lower secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.HH.MICS.OOST.L.Q2Gross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary). Total is the total enrollment in primary, secondary and tertiary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total population of primary school age, secondary school age, and the fiveyear age group following on from secondary school leaving. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. Population, age 19, maleZNet intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education by overage entrants (+1 year), female (%)UIS.THAGE.0=School life expectancy (years). Primary to secondary. Total?Repetition rate in Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (%).population in thousand, 6569, male, secondarygProportion, 7074, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 7074 with primary education.Population, ages 510, femalePTIMSS:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for fourth grade students, malerTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 5 is the proportion of quintile 5 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. vAfrica Dataset: Percentage of female newly recruited teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, female (%)$mean years of schooling, 4549, male{Repeaters in primary. All grades. Total is the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. SP.POP.AG01.TO.UNBAR.TER.SCHL.4044.FEHEnrolment in Grade 3 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)>Percentage of students in primary education who are female (%)SP.POP.1318.FE.UN$MICS: Primary completion rate. UrbanSE.SEC.ENRR.LO.FESurvival rate to grade 4. Female is the share of female children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 4. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.0DHS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Urban,population in thousand, 6569, male, primaryfAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 2 of primary education (number)HH.MICS.TR.12.FHH.DHS.TR.12.F,population in thousand, 6064, male, primaryGAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Reading. Primary. Grade 3. PublicGhanaAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Male is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the male population of the given age group. Malta'Elderly illiterate population. % femaleKyrgyz Republicproportion, 80+, male, tertiaryLO.PISA.MAT.MA~Population in thousand, 4044, female, no education is the total number of females age 4044 (in thousands) with no education.SAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Lower secondary. Public. Total>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 7074, female)Enrolment in education. Tertiary. FemalegPercentage of population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary);Outofschool children of primary school age, male (number)MYS.MEA.YSCH.5054.FE&Secondary education, pupils (% female)'proportion, 4044, female, no educationUIS.XCURP.2UIS.AFR.FNTP.1hAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in lower secondary education, both sexesPopulation, age 3, malePPercentage of population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMYS.PROP.2529.NED.FEFPercentage of trained teachers. Lower secondary. Total is the number of teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the lower secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers at the lower secondary level.SE.SEC.ENRR.FE?BarroLee: Average years of primary schoolin< g, age 6064, total/population in thousand, 3539, female, tertiaryPPopulation, age 15, female refers to the female population at the specified age.kProportion, 3034, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 3034 with no education.CMean performance on the science scale for 6th grade st
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Luxembourg proportion, 80+, total, tertiaryBAR.PRM.ICMP.5054.FE.ZS,Adjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. TotalMPopulation, age 8, total refers to the total population at the specified age.mAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Primary. Public and private. Male^A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 6.55957 French franc. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.MYS.POP.80UP.NED.MA~Population in thousand, 2529, female, primary is the total number of females age 2529 (in thousands) with primary education.Average years of secondary schooling, 6064, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 6064. 5Adult illiterate population, 15+ years, male (number)UIS.E.56.F600.FEnrolment in total secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public and private secondary education institutions.SP.POP.1018.FE.UN/DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 5BAR.PRM.CMPT.6569.FE.ZSHH.DHS.YRS.1519.Q4JMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 2<Literacy rate, adult female (% of females ages 15 and above)RAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 1. Primary. PublicPercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Upper secondary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to upper secondary education.4Teachers in secondary education, both sexes (number):New entrants who have attended some ECCE programme. Female8Least developed countries (UN classification) aggregate.EYouth (1524) literacy rate (%). Total is the number of people age 15 to 24 years who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life, divided by the population in that age group. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations.HH.MICS.NAR.23.Q4MYS.POP.1544.PRI.MF&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 1. Total]Teaching staff in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. FemaleBAR.TER.SCHL.4549PISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), male is the percentage of male students below Level 1b (less than 262.04 score points) on the reading scale.Share of newly recruited public primary school teachers who are female. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.eAll education staff compensation, secondary (% of total expenditure in secondary public institutions)}Average years of primary schooling, 75+, total is the average years of primary education completed among people over age 75. CPopulation, age 1016, male is the total number of males age 1016.Repeaters in primary. Grade 7. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. SP.POP.AG19.MA.UN3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. MalewPercentage of female students in tertiary educationenrolled in Social Sciences, Business and Law programmes, female (%)UIS.OE.56.40510Population, aged 5 9, femaleTransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 1 is the proportion of quintile 1 pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. 4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 1519, total"proportion, 4044, total, tertiaryoProportion, 7579, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 7579 with primary education.$proportion, 1544, female, secondaryPopulation, ages 1564, femaleSE.TER.GRAD.EN.FE.ZSPercentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in secondary education. Teaching materials is the share of public current expenditure for secondary education devoted to teaching materials.SE.PRM.EPCR.FE.ZSKRate of outofschool adolescents of lower secondary school age, female (%)MYS.POP.4564.SEC.MFPopulation, ages 1018, maleMYS.POP.4549.NED.FEUIS.REPP.1.G7.FSlovak Republic,population in thousand, 80+, total, tertiaryMYS.PROP.3539.PRI.MFiMean years of schooling, 15+, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population over age 15.*Gross enrolment ratio, secondary, male (%)"proportion, 30  34, male, primarybBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary>Rate of outofschool children of primary school age, male (%)oProportion, 65+, female, primary is the proportion of the female population over age 65 with primary education.Percentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Lower secondary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to lower secondary education.~Population in thousand, 1564, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 1564 (in thousands) with tertiary education.%Enrolment in primary. Grade 7. Total~Population in thousand, 80+, female, no education is the total number of females over age 80 (in thousands) with no education.VGross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, male (% of relevant age group)MYS.PROP.6064.NED.MF.population in thousand, 6064, total, tertiary"proportion, 3539, total, tertiaryMYS.PROP.6064.PRI.MAaMean years of schooling, 5054, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 5054.Population, aged 1018, femalePopulation, aged 5, totalEnrolment in total secondary. Public. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public secondary education institutions.cPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Services programmes, both sexes (%)(Enrolment in secondary. Grade 10. Female*Repetition rate in primary. Grade 1. TotalAUSLO.LLECE.MAT3.FEUIS.E.1.G2.FkTotal outbound internationally mobile tertiary students studying abroad, all countries, both sexes (number)OFiscal year end: September 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY.Repeaters in secondary. Grade 10. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. CPercentage of repeaters in Grade 5 of primary education, female (%)MYS.PROP.25UP.SEC.MF=Enrolment in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants, male*Underage enrolment ratio. Primary. FemaleBAR.POP.5559.FEAPopulation, age 710, male is the total number of males age 710.Population, ages 014, male Gross entry ratio to lower secondary. General programmes. Female is the total number of new female entrants to lower secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the female population of theoretical entrance age to lower secondary education.Teaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private upper secondary education institutions (ISCED 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an of< ficial capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Population, ages 1419, maleLExpected primary completion rate. Total is the total number of new entrants to the first grade of primary in a given year, regardless of age, who are expected to reach the last grade of primary education, regardless of repetition, expressed as a percentage of the population at the official entrance age to primary education in the same year. It is calculated by multiplying the gross intake ratio to the first grade of primary education by the survival rate to the last grade of primary. This indicator is also known as "Expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary. Total." BAR.NOED.5559.FE.ZS*PISA:Mean performance on the science scale/population in thousand, 80+, male, no educationMYS.PROP.3034.SEC.MAPopulation in thousand, 2529, female, secondary is the total number of females age 2529 (in thousands) with secondary education.3population in thousand, 7074, female, no educationUIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WOELECFiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Based on IMF data, national accounts data have been revised for 2000 onward; the new base year is 2009.<Porta (2011) using Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) dataBPercentage of repeaters in primary education, all grades, male (%)iMean years of schooling, 5559, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 5559.$proportion, 30  34, total, tertiaryPopulation, aged 19, maleHH.MICS.YRS.15UP.GINPopulation, ages 1016, female.population in thousand, 5559, total, tertiaryHDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 2aPIRLS: Fourth grade students reaching the high international benchmark in reading achievement (%)Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. ePercentage of population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)MYS.POP.25UP.TER.MFPopulation in thousand, 6569, total, no education is the total number of people age 6569 (in thousands) with no education.BMean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, maleBAR.POP.5559UIS.XNATURCP.23.FDPUB.FNS~Population in thousand, 3539, male, secondary is the total number of males age 3539 (in thousands) with secondary education.On 1 July 1997 China resumed its exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong. Unless otherwise noted, data for China do not include data for Hong Kong SAR, China; Macao SAR, China; or Taiwan, China. Agriculture value added includes mining and quarrying.MYS.POP.15UP.PRI.MFBAR.TER.CMPT.5559.FE.ZSBAR.SEC.SCHL.4549.FE=OECD members aggregate (all, including developing countries).MYS.POP.5559.PRI.MFMYS.POP.3034.TER.MA!proportion, 3539, total, primaryPopulation, aged 1018, maleqProportion, 80+, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population over age 80 with tertiary education.%Enrolment in primary. Grade 4. Total2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 5. TotalEducational expenditure on total current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary.SE.PRM.TCHR%Children out of school, primary, maleuPopulation in thousands, 4044, total is the total population of 4044 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.
BAR.SCHL.25UP
UIS.GER.1T6.MPopulation, aged 1015, femaleSVKPopulation, age 24, male2average years of tertiary schooling, 5054, femaleLO.LLECE.MAT6.LOW.MASP.POP.AG06.TO.UNHH.DHS.NAR.1.Q2+Latin America & Caribbean (developing only)DRepeaters in Grade 3 of secondary general education, female (number)<Outofschool children of lower secondary school age. FemaleUIS.SLE.0.MRepeaters in primary. Grade 3. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. Gender parity index for new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience is the ratio of the female percentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 5 is defined as the proportion of quintile 5 outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. HH.MICS.OOST.DO.FMYS.POP.5054.SEC.MAPopulation, aged 1419, male!Enrolment in preprimary. Private2003'mean years of schooling, 25  29, total1Secondary education, teachers (% trained), female)Progression to secondary school, male (%)HMean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, femaleIran, Islamic Rep.BAR.POP.2529.FESE.PRM.PRIV.ZS0population in thousand, 1519, female, secondaryBAR.PRM.CMPT.4044.FE.ZSaMean years of schooling, 6569, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 6569.%Secondary education, duration (years)UIS.AIR.1.Glast.GPIPopulation, age 8, malegProportion, 1564, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 1564 with no education.qProportion, 2529, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 2529 with tertiary education..TIMSS: Eighth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring below 400 on the science assessment. This indicator is calculated by subtracting the share of students reaching the low international benchmark from 100.)Net enrolment rate. Preprimary. FemaleNPercentage of population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryMYS.PROP.1544.TER.MFbA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 40.3399 Luxembourg franc. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.MYS.POP.1544.NED.MFwPercentage of all inbound internationally mobile students in tertiary education in the host country who are female, (%)MYS.POP.1544.PRI.MA(proportion, 25  29, total, no educationSchool age population. Primary. Last Grade. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the last grade of primary school as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.sProportion, 7579, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 7579 with secondary education.Gender parity index for % of trained teachers. Preprimary is the ratio of the female percentage of trained teachers for preprimary to the male percentage of trained teachers for preprimary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A G< PI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of men and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of women.9Dropout rate from Grade 4 of primary education, male (%)5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 5054, femalerBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)Population in thousand, 4044, total, no education is the total number of people age 4044 (in thousands) with no education.UIS.TE_100000.56.MPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 2. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. proportion, 25+, total, primaryBAR.TER.SCHL.5559.FEzPopulation in thousand, 2529, male, no education is the total number of males age 2529 (in thousands) with no education. proportion, 65+, male, secondaryBAR.SEC.SCHL.1519.FE@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 4044, totalPopulation in thousand, 25+, male, tertiary is the total number of males over age 25 (in thousands) with tertiary education.2Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Urban measures the degree of inequality in years of schooling in a society. It is calculated similarly to the Gini coefficient of income or wealth. Results range from 0 to 100 with 0 indicating perfect equality and 100 indicating perfect inequality.hTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Rural is the proportion of rural outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. On 20 December 1999 China resumed its exercise of sovereignty over Macao. Unless otherwise noted, data for China do not include data for Hong Kong SAR, China; Macao SAR, China; or Taiwan, China.IDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 4cTeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. TotalHong Kong SAR, ChinaAPopulation, age 711, male is the total number of males age 711.+Mean performance on the reading scale, maleLO.PISA.REA.HIG.FEMYS.POP.4564.SEC.MARAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 2. Primary. PublicMPercentage of repeaters in Grade 1 of secondary general education, female (%)~Population in thousand, 6569, male, secondary is the total number of males age 6569 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.FOSEP.56.F800MYS.PROP.3539.NED.MFMYS.PROP.3539.PRI.MASE.TER.GRAD.HU.FE.ZSlPercentage of repeaters in secondary. All grades. Total is the number of students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all students enrolled in secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of repeaters in all grades of secondary education by the total enrolment of secondary education and multiplying the result by 100. FExpenditure on primary as % of government expenditure on education (%)LBYETeachers in upper secondary vocational education, both sexes (number)SP.POP.AG24.MA.UNTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 4 is defined as the proportion of quintile 4 outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. Population in thousand, 7579, total, primary is the total number of people age 7579 (in thousands) with primary education.UIS.AFR.NTP.3.PU.THRepeaters in Grade 7 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)SE.PRE.ENRRShare of newly recruited male public upper secondary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page..population in thousand, 5054, female, primaryGambia, The2population in thousand, 6569, total, no education
LiechtensteinTotal graduates in all programmes. Tertiary. Total is the total number of graduates in all programmes in tertiary institutions.3Teachers in tertiary education, both sexes (number)1988vPopulation in thousands,5054, female is the female population of 5054 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.Z6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totaloProportion, 4564, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 4564 with no education.LO.SACMEQ.REA.HIG.FE&Repeaters in primary. Grade 4. FemaleGender parity index for adult literacy rate is the ratio of female adult literacy rate to the male adult literacy rate. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. TotalSP.POP.AG12.FE.UN4School life expectancy, tertiary, both sexes (years)\LLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), total1MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. MaleBAR.NOED.3034.FE.ZSPopulation, age 25, total'Enrolment in science. Tertiary. Female'Overage enrolment ratio. Primary. Male}Average years of primary schooling, 15+, total is the average years of primary education completed among people over age 15. jPercentage of female population age 7074 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)7Gross graduation ratio from primary education, male (%)PPopulation, age 17, female refers to the female population at the specified age.Share of primary schools without a pit latrine, flush toilet, pourflush toilet or a composting toilet. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.>Enrolment in Grade 2 of primary education, both sexes (number),population in thousand, 65+, male, secondary2average years of tertiary schooling, 6569, female.Educational expenditure on capital as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. is spending on education capital expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for primary, lower/upper secondary, and postsecondary/nontertiary education (ISCED 1,2,3, and 4). Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. Capital."SE.PRM.ENRR.MALAO1population in thousand, 7074, male, no education(Gross outbound enrolment ratio. TertiaryTSurvival rate to the last grade of lower secondary general education, both sexes (%)SE.PRM.TENR.FE8Persistence to last grade of primary, male (% of cohort)UIS.REPP.3.GPV.M4Percentage of population age 4549 with no educationoProportion, 1519, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 1519 with primary education.Enrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. General programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in general programmes at public and private upper secondary education institutions.School age population. Official entrance age. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresp< onding to the official entrance age.RPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), male
Low income)MICS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 3.population in thousand, 4549, female, primaryaTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. FemaleuAverage years of total schooling, 2024, female is the average years of education completed among females age 2024. GRLBAR.PRM.SCHL.5559.FEkProportion, 4564, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 4564 with secondary education.qEducational expenditure in upper secondary as % of total educational expenditure is the percentage of public education expenditure for upper secondary education. Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private) and education administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities). In some instances data on public expenditure on education refers only to the ministry of education, excluding other ministries that spend a part of their budget on educational activities at a given level of education.UIS.R.23.GPV.G8.FjAfrica Dataset: Percentage of male teachers in lower secondary education who are newly recruited, male (%)DEnrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 5 programmes, female (number)4population in thousand, 25  29, total, no education,Unemployment, total (% of total labor force)MYS.PROP.15UP.TER.MFCPopulation, age 1317, male is the total number of males age 1317.LO.TIMSS.SCI8.INT!proportion, 1564, total, primaryaMean years of schooling, 4044, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 4044.Population, aged 1016, total(proportion, 20  24, total, no educationoProportion, 6064, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 6064 with primary education.SE.PRE.ENRR.FEEPercentage of private enrolment. Upper secondary. General programmesMYS.POP.5559.NED.MFUIS.REPR.1.G6.M,Current expenditure on education as % of GNIMYS.POP.5559.PRI.MAPopulation, age 8, femaleBAR.TER.SCHL.2529.FE
UIS.NER.1.GPI1average years of primary schooling, 5054, femaleDHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 2&mean years of schooling, 4549, femaleJEnrolment in secondary education, public institutions, both sexes (number)Secondary education, pupilspEnrolment in education. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary education programs.2Enrolment in general programmes. Tertiary. FemaleHH.DHS.GAR.456SMRPopulation, aged 24, maleSPercentage of repeaters in primary education, all grades, gender parity index (GPI)MYS.PROP.5559.SEC.FE?Population, age 35, male is the total number of males age 35.,Mean performance on the reading scale, totalYNet intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education by underage entrants (1 year), male (%);Trained teachers in primary education (% of total teachers)School age population. Primary. Male is the male population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to primary education as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.PISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female is the percentage of female students at Level 6 (above 669.30 score points) on the mathematics scale.4Graduates in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. TotalLO.PISA.SCI.LOW.MASurvival rate to grade 4. Total is the share of children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 4. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.Population in thousand, 4044, female, secondary is the total number of females age 4044 (in thousands) with secondary education.BAR.NOED.6064.ZS0Enrolment in general programmes. Tertiary. TotalRepeaters in primary. Grade 5. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. MYS.MEA.YSCH.3539.FEBAR.TER.ICMP.6064.FE.ZShTIMSS:Eighth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)2015~Population in thousand, 65+, female, primary is the total number of females over age 65 (in thousands) with primary education.eTIMSS:Fourth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of science achievement (%)MYS.POP.5559.TER.FE0average years of secondary schooling, 15+, totalBAR.POP.4549qProportion, 15+, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population over age 15 with tertiary education.SpainPopulation in thousand, 6064, female, tertiary is the total number of females age 6064 (in thousands) with tertiary education.SSchool life expectancy net of repetition (years). Primary to lower secondary. TotaluBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)APopulation, age 712, male is the total number of males age 712.NMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 3kProportion, 25+, total, secondary is the proportion of the population over age 25 with secondary education.SP.POP.AG11.TO.UN[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryHH.MICS.TR.12.Q1Repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. 4Percentage of population age 3034 with no educationkTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. PreprimaryPopulation, age 5, femaleHKGpopulation in thousand, 7074, total, primaryQTIMSS: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for fourth grade students, totalMYS.PROP.1544.TER.MARepeaters in primary. Grade 7. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. UIS.XGDP.56.FDINSTADM.FFDSP.POP.1117.FE.UNyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)XAfrica Dataset: Average size of multigrade classes in primary schools (number of pupils)HH.DHS.GAR.456.UTLSMYS.POP.1519.SEC.MFUIS.REPP.1.G4.F#proportion, 6569, total, secondaryGross outbound enrolment ratio. Tertiary is the total number of mobile tertiary students coming from a country/region as a percentage of the population of tertiary student age in their home country.kProportion, 1519, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 1519 with secondary education.BAR.PRM.SCHL.2529.FEAverage years of tertiary schooling, 1519, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 1519. Share of primary schools with a pit latrine, an improved pit latrine, a flush toilet, a pourflush toilet or a composting toilet. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.ZDropout rate. Primary. Male is calculated by subtracting the male survival rate from 100.uAverage years of total schooling, 1519, female is the average years of education completed among females age 1519. MYS.POP.7579.SEC.FE GreenlandGDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Male'Primary completion rate, both sexes (%)2average years of secondary schooling, 5559, total7MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 3LEnrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. General programmes. FemaleBGross enrolment ratio. Primary. Total is the total enrollment in primary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the population of official primary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.:Survival rate to last grade of primary. Male is the share of male childre< n enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach the last grade of primary. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.gPercentage of population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)/population in thousands (age 15+), 6569, totalSE.ADT.LITR.FE.ZS&mean years of schooling, 4044, femaleaMean years of schooling, 5559, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 5559.Percentage of female students. Primary is the number of female students at the primary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the primary level in a given school year..MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 5cPercentage of population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. All programmes. Female is the number of female graduates regardless of age in all lower secondary education programmes expressed as a percentage of the female population at the theoretical graduation age for lower secondary education.MYS.PROP.3539.NED.MABAR.PRM.CMPT.3539.FE.ZSHH.DHS.NAR.23.Q5kProportion, 4549, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 4549 with primary education.`Teaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female.Gross enrolment ratio, primary, both sexes (%)]Duration of 4A postsecondary is the number of grades (years) in 4A postsecondary education.Average years of primary schooling, 15+, female is the average years of primary education completed among females over age 15. 1School life expectancy, preprimary, male (years)0average years of tertiary schooling, 15+, femaleOutofschool children of lower secondary school age. Total is the total number of lower secondary school age children who are not enrolled in lower secondary education.GMean performance on the mathematics scale for 4th grade students, totalOSurvival rate to the last grade of primary education, gender parity index (GPI)population in thousand, 25+, total, secondary5Pupils of the official school age. Secondary. TotalPASEC: 5th grade students above the Knowledge Base Rate on the French language scale (above 40% of answers correct) (%), female:Teachers in lower secondary education, both sexes (number)}Average years of primary schooling, 6064, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 6064. 5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 6064, femaleTEnrolment in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public and private 5B tertiary education institutions. ISCED 5B tertiary education is defined as tertiary programmes that are practically oriented/occupationally specific and are mainly designed for participants to acquire the practical skills, and knowhow needed for employment in a particular occupation or trade or class of occupations or trades. The successful completion of tertiary 5B programmes usually provides the participants with a labormarket relevant qualification.Outofschool children of lower secondary school age. Female is the total number of female lower secondary school age children who are not enrolled in lower secondary education.BAR.NOED.3034.ZS1983MYS.POP.25UP.PRI.FEPopulation, age 2, femalegMean years of schooling, 20  24, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 2024.Population, aged 511, male&Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 2. TotalSP.POP.0709.MA.UNMYS.PROP.65UP.PRI.FEHH.DHS.NIR.1.Q3UIS.AFR.GTCTR.2.MRAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 3. Primary. Public0population in thousand, 20  24, male, secondaryMYS.MEA.YSCH.25UP.MFPercentage of female students. Tertiary ISCED 5B is the number of female students at the tertiary (ISCED 5B) education level expressed as a percentage of the total number of students (male and female) at the tertiary (ISCED 5B) education level in a given school year. SE.TER.ENRR.FE;Enrolment in upper secondary. Public. All programmes. TotalAZEgProportion, 15+, total, primary is the proportion of the population over age 15 with primary education.gGross enrolment ratio. Secondary. All programmes. Female is the total female enrollment in secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the female population of official secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.5Percentage of trained teachers. Preprimary. FemaleCPopulation, age 1524, male is the total number of males age 1524.;Repetition rate in Grade 5 of primary education, female (%)%proportion, 7074, male, no education~Population in thousand, 80+, total, tertiary is the total number of people over age 80 (in thousands) with tertiary education.*School enrollment, secondary, male (% net)Population in thousand, 3034, total, primary is the total number of people age 3034 (in thousands) with primary education.kProportion, 6064, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 6064 with primary education.BAR.PRM.ICMP.6569.FE.ZS7Percentage of private enrolment. Primary is the enrolment in private primary schools expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in primary schools. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes.Teaching staff in preprimary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private preprimary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.;Adult illiterate population, 15+ years, both sexes (number)#proportion, 80+, male, no education#proportion, 5054, total, secondarySP.POP.AG17.FE.UN^Africa Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers in primary education who are female (%)
UIS.LP.AG65.MApril 2013 database update: Based on official government statistics, national accounts data were revised for 1994 onward; the base year changed to 2006.JStudents at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleMYS.PROP.15UP.TER.MA=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 4549, total!proportion, 25+, female, tertiaryrEnrolment in secondary. Grade 4. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 4 of secondary education.SP.POP.1116.TO.UNMYS.POP.5559.NED.MANet attendance rate. Primary. Rural is the proportion of rural children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.
UIS.GER.0.GPIfAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers in lower secondary education who are female (%)\Percentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Upper secondaryiTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of science achievement (%)Population in thousand, 2024, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 2024 (in thousands) with tertiary education.?Enrolment in upper secondary. Public. Genera< l programmes. TotalDMICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 2CPercentage of trained teachers. Preprimary. Male is the number of male teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the preprimary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male teachers at the preprimary level.eTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of science achievement (%)Population, aged 6, totalWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with primary schooling. Completed Primary2MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Urban*Repetition rate in primary. Grade 2. TotalNigeriaPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in general and unspecified programmes is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in general and unspecified programmes.MYS.POP.2024.PRI.FE0average years of primary schooling, 3539, totalnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)!proportion, 1519, male, tertiary2013 national accounts estimates are based on IMF reports. Based on official government statistics, value added is measured at producer prices through 1997 and at basic prices from 1998 onward.aLLECE: 3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totalDHS: Secondary completion rate&School enrollment, secondary (% gross)HNet intake rate in grade 1, female (% of official schoolage population)UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G6.MMAR%Student enrollment, secondary, femaleAverage years of primary schooling, 4044, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 4044. bBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryUBarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryLO.LLECE.REA6.HIG2010vFourth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark in reading achievement (%) is the share of fourth grade students scoring at least 475 on the reading assessment. When reading Literary Texts, students at the intermediate benchmarking level can A) Retrieve and reproduce explicitly stated actions, events, and feelings, B) Make straightforward inferences about the attributes, feelings, and motivations of main characters, C) Interpret obvious reasons and causes and give simple explanations, and D) Begin to recognize language features and style. When reading Informational Texts, students at the informational level can A) Locate and reproduce two or three pieces of information from within the text, and B) Use subheadings, text boxes, and illustrations to locate parts of the text. For further information on benchmarking levels, please visit the PIRLS website.1average years of primary schooling, 6064, female>Enrolment in Grade 3 of primary education, both sexes (number)AOutofschool children of primary school age, both sexes (number)&mean years of schooling, 5559, femaleSE.TER.GRAD.FE.EN.ZSUIS.E.56.F500.F7MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 2HEnrolment in preprimary education, public institutions, female (number)0Gross completion ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5A) first degree. Total is the total number of female graduates in tertiary ISCED 5A programmes (first degree) expressed as a percentage of the total population of the age where they theoretically finish the most common first degree programme in the given country.Population, aged 711, totalJMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 5vPopulation in thousands,7074, female is the female population of 7074 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.UIS.G.56.F400.dcountOPopulation, age 0, female refers to the female population at the specified age.GPopulation of the official age for secondary education, female (number)Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public lower secondary education institutions.pTechnical/vocational enrolment in upper secondary (ISCED 3) as % of total enrolment in upper secondary (ISCED 3)International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA)'s Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS)SE.PRM.CMPT.ZS
HH.DHS.SCR.Q5LO.PASEC.FRE5.LO0School age population. Primary. Last Grade. MaleHH.DHS.TR.12.Q4lPercentage of female population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary).population in thousand, 1519, total, tertiaryNLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, female2Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 6. Total;Repetition rate in Grade 2 of primary education, female (%)gNumber of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants. Total is the number of students enrolled in tertiary education in a given academic year per 100,000 inhabitants. It is calculated by dividing the total number of students enrolled in tertiary education in a given academic year by the country s population and multiplying the result by 100,000.LO.PASEC.FRE5.HIG.MAgEffective transition rate from primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes (%). FemaleNERmProportion, 7074, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 7074 with tertiary education.HEnrolment in tertiary education, ISCED 8 programmes, both sexes (number)UIS.FOSEP.56.F500MDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 2VPercentage of female teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, female (%)!Population, upper secondary, malewBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)Average years of secondary schooling, 4044, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 4044. BAR.TER.ICMP.5559.FE.ZSMYS.PROP.6569.SEC.MFSP.POP.AG16.TO.UNHH.DHS.GAR.456.Q4$mean years of schooling, 5054, male
BAR.SCHL.5054$mean years of schooling, 4564, malePopulation in thousand, 15+, male, tertiary is the total number of males over age 15 (in thousands) with tertiary education.NSecondary duration refers to the number of grades (years) in secondary school.KSACMEQ:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%)TGO
BangladeshEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. General programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in general programmes at public and private lower secondary education institutions.SE.TER.GRAD.FE.OT.ZS
UIS.E.23.PU.FNExpenditure on lower secondary as % of government expenditure on education (%)
UIS.E.1.Guk.FAverage years of secondary schooling, 4549, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 4549. HH.DHS.PCR.R=MICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry6Gross enrolment ratio, upper secondary, both sexes (%)dA simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 13.7603 Austrian schilling. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.HH.DHS.GAR.456.MiProportion, 4549, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 4549 with tertiary education.UIS.LR.AG15T99.GPITeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total n< umber of female teachers in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.UIS.AIR.2.GPV.FMYS.POP.6569.TER.MFGender parity index for survival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes) is the ratio of female to male vales for the indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. Teaching staff in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private ISCED 5B tertiary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.#Elderly illiterate population. Male^School life expectancy, primary and lower secondary (excluding repetition), both sexes (years)DEnrolment in Grade 4 of secondary general education, female (number)
Mozambique UIS.R.1.F)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 4. Male'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Female0population in thousand, 1564, female, secondary
UIS.T.3.GPV.FPopulation, ages 1215, male1995MYS.POP.25UP.NED.FEHH.MICS.OOS.1.Q3SP.POP.0612.FE.UN%proportion, 30  34, female, tertiarypBarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)1population in thousand, 65+, female, no educationUIS.G.56.F700.dcount.FNet intake rate. Primary. Male is the number of new male entrants in the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the male population of the same age.Outbound mobility ratio (%). Tertiary is the number of students from a given country studying abroad as a percentage of the total tertiary enrolment in that country.Gross lower secondary graduation ratio. All programmes. Total is the number of graduates regardless of age in all lower secondary education programmes expressed as a percentage of the population at the theoretical graduation age for lower secondary education.AProportion of outofschool. Primary. Female is the number of female children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of female children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary."proportion, 1544, female, primaryMYS.PROP.1564.NED.MFsBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)MYS.PROP.1564.PRI.MAMYS.PROP.80UP.PRI.MFTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private upper secondary education institutions (ISCED 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.aMean years of schooling, 4549, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 4549.FBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 2529 with no educationUIS.REPR.1.G3.MnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UIS.NE.1.ECD.FBAR.PRM.ICMP.4044.FE.ZS)MICS: Net attendance rate. Primary. RuralUIS.E.3.GPVPASEC: 5th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (less than 25% of answers correct) (%), totalSTATS Series Ext DIMEPopulation, age 510, female is the total number of females age 510.BAR.PRM.SCHL.4044
Venezuela, RBLO.LLECE.REA6.MAFrench PolynesiaGINKGraduates in social science, business, law (% of total graduates, tertiary)CPercentage of private enrolment. Preprimary is the enrolment in private preprimary schools expressed as a percentage of total enrolment (public and private) in preprimary schools. 'Private' refers to all educational institutions not operated by a public authority, regardless of whether they receive financial support from public authorities. A high percentage indicates strong involvement of the nongovernmental sector (including religious bodies, other organizations, associations, communities, private enterprises or persons) in providing organized educational programmes.SE.SEC.TCHR.MAVAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Upper secondary. Public. TotalHEnrolment in Grade 1 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)KosovoAverage years of tertiary schooling, 5054, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 5054. BGovernment expenditure in preprimary institutions as % of GDP (%)RAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 4. Primary. Public,population in thousand, 5559, male, primary=Population, age 711, total is the total population age 711.AFGbPercentage of female students in secondary education enrolled in vocational programmes, female (%),population in thousand, 5054, male, primary?Africa Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Primary. Public. Female
UIS.TRTP.0UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G8UIS.E.23.GPV.G2UIS.AFR.CS.MG.1.PUPopulation, aged 1115, total'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 2. FemaleMYS.PROP.1564.TER.FEiPercentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Health and Welfare programmes, female (%)KAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % female. Lower secondary. PublictEnrolment in secondary. Grade 10. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 10 of secondary education.SP.POP.AG02.MA.UNMYS.PROP.2024.TER.FEMYS.POP.2024.NED.FEHH.DHS.YRS.1519.MpBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)bBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary&Repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. TotalSP.POP.AG22.FE.UNBAR.TER.CMPT.15UP.ZS~Population in thousand, 2024, female, no education is the total number of females age 2024 (in thousands) with no education.Population, aged 1215, maleITotal Population for Age 1564 (only 2005 and 2010) (in number of people)6MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 5Population, ages 1419, femalesProportion, 15+, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population over age 15 with secondary education.SE.XPD.TOTL.GN.ZSLabor force, totalmProportion, 65+, m< ale, tertiary is the proportion of the male population over age 65 with tertiary education.~Population in thousand, 4044, female, primary is the total number of females age 4044 (in thousands) with primary education.MYS.PROP.7074.PRI.FEEMUIn 2010, the Bureau of Statistics introduced a new series of GDP rebased to year 2006. Current price GDP averaged 63 percent higher than previous estimates.eAdult illiterate population. % female is the share of the adult illiterate population that is female.'proportion, 4549, female, no education&MICS: Secondary completion rate. RuralzPASEC: 5th grade students above the Knowledge Base Rate on the mathematics scale (above 40% of answers correct) (%), totalBAR.NOED.4549.ZS.average years of total schooling, 2529, totalUIS.XPUBP.0KORUNESCO Institute for StatisticsSP.POP.0611.TO.UNMYS.PROP.4044.SEC.FEmProportion, 4564, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population age 4564 with tertiary education.Population, aged 1017, totalPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 8. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. HH.MICS.OOST.X!proportion, 6064, total, primary>Teachers in upper secondary general education, female (number)UIS.T.4.GPV2School age population. Primary. Last Grade. FemaleLO.TIMSS.MAT8.LOWMPopulation of the official age for preprimary education, both sexes (number)Net enrolment rate. Preprimary. Total is the ratio of children of the official preprimary school age who are enrolled in preprimary school to the total population of the official preprimary school age.;BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 15+, total,population in thousand, 1564, male, primaryTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Male is the percentage of male outofschool primaryschoolage children who have never attended school and are not likely to enter school in the future. Since no survey can say definitively that a schoolage person will never attend school, this is a probabilistic indicator. The indicator is based on UNESCO s methodology, which estimates the proportion of children who will never attend school as the proportion of out of school for the age group with the lowest proportion of outofschool children. This methodology assumes no dropout before the age at which enrolment rates peak, and no late entry after the age with peak enrolment.4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 4549, totalHH.MICS.OOST.DO.Q5SP.POP.0014.TO.ZSuAverage years of total schooling, 5054, female is the average years of education completed among females age 5054. BAR.SEC.CMPT.75UP.FE.ZSrTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 3 is the proportion of quintile 3 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. .population in thousand, 1544, male, secondaryMYS.POP.4044.TER.FEpopulation in thousand, 5054, male, tertiaryMYS.POP.3034.PRI.MF=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 7074, totalBAR.TER.CMPT.4549.FE.ZS4Percentage of population age 3539 with no educationUIS.G.56.F140.dcount.FBAR.PRM.CMPT.15UP.ZSHH.DHS.PCR.M$proportion, 25+, total, no educationVAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers. Lower secondary. Public. Total2average years of secondary schooling, 3034, totalUIS.LR.AG65VDropout rate. Primary. Total is calculated by subtracting the survival rate from 100.1population in thousand, 4549, male, no educationSPercentage of female population age 5054 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryXEnrolment in postsecondary nontertiary education, public institutions, female (number)MYS.MEA.YSCH.7074.MF/population in thousands (age 15+), 4044, totalPopulation, aged 610, malefTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Male is the proportion of male outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. 9Percentage of female population age 75+ with no educationMYS.POP.65UP.SEC.MF1average years of tertiary schooling, 3539, totalSP.POP.1318.MA.UN
UIS.E.4.PUSP.POP.AG21.TO.UNMYS.POP.6064.SEC.FERepetition rate in primary. Grade 2. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.BAR.SEC.ICMP.25UP.ZSQPercentage of repeaters in Grade 5 of secondary general education, both sexes (%)1990UIS.thAge.4.A.GPV proportion, 1519, male, primaryLO.PISA.SCI.FE%proportion, 65+, female, no education$proportion, 1564, female, secondaryBAR.SEC.ICMP.5054.ZSBAR.NOED.1519.ZSPopulation in thousand, 1519, total, no education is the total number of people age 1519 (in thousands) with no education.Population in thousand, 5559, female, secondary is the total number of females age 5559 (in thousands) with secondary education.0MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 2Average years of tertiary schooling, 4549, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 4549.
UIS.GGR.1.GPI
UIS.R.1.Guk.FMYS.PROP.1564.NED.MAMYS.PROP.80UP.NED.MFgProportion, 4549, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 4549 with no education.aAll education staff compensation, primary (% of total expenditure in primary public institutions)PISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%) is the percentage of students at Level 6 (above 698.32 score points) on the reading scale.MYS.PROP.80UP.PRI.MAWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 6064 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), male is the percentage of male students at Level 6 (above 698.32 score points) on the reading scale.LCNChina=Population, age 713, total is the total population age 713.Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Private sources. Secondary and postsecondary nontertiaryBAR.SEC.ICMP.25UP.FE.ZSsAverage years of total schooling, 4044, total is the average years of education completed among people age 4044. 3population in thousand, 7579, female, no educationUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G4.PU.MATH
HH.DHS.OOST.LPopulation, ages 46, female,Middle East & North Africa (developing only)Population in thousand, 4044, total, secondary is the total number of people age 4044 (in thousands) with secondary education.Percentage female teachers. Secondary is the number of female teachers at the secondary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers (male and female) at the secondary level in a given school year. Te< achers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.cPercentage of population age 2024 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)France2BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 15+, totalThailand
UIS.NER.0.GPI3Percentage of trained teachers. Preprimary. MalePSurvival rate to the last grade of lower secondary general education, female (%)
UIS.DR.1.G4.M/average years of total schooling, 1519, femaleWPercentage of female population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 7. Female is the proportion of female pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.nPercentage of female population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)RPercentage of male teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, male (%)4Percentage of population age 2024 with no educationSP.POP.1215.TO.UNPopulation, aged 1318, femalePRI;Elderly literacy rate, population 65+ years, both sexes (%)Population, primary, total=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 2024, totalPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction programmes, female (%)"proportion, 4564, male, secondarymEducational expenditure on salaries as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary.UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G3Population, ages 35, male
UIS.E.56.F700MYS.PROP.4549.PRI.FELPercentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience. TotalrEducational expenditure on salaries as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4.BAR.PRM.ICMP.3539.FE.ZS}Average years of primary schooling, 4044, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 4044. SSFMYS.MEA.YSCH.4044.MFHungary'proportion, 1564, female, no educationECU3population in thousand, 3539, female, no educationUIS.E.23.GPV.G10Teaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private secondary education institutions (ISCED 2 and 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.cPercentage of population age 7074 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)RAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 5. Primary. PublicX3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male>Gender parity index for expected primary completion rate is the ratio of female expected primary completion rate to the male expected primary completion rate. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. This indicator is also known as "Gender parity index for expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary."tPopulation in thousands,5559, total is the total population of 5559 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.aLLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), totalUnderfive mortality rate is the probability per 1,000 that a newborn baby will die before reaching age five, if subject to agespecific mortality rates of the specified year.UIS.AFR.TATTRR.2.PU.TBAR.PRM.SCHL.3034ZTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out is the proportion of outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.SE.TER.GRAD.FE.SC.ZSRepeaters in secondary. All grades. Female is the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. Population, ages 712, totalUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G1.PU.MATHSP.POP.AG07.MA.UNAdjusted net enrollment is the number of pupils of the schoolage group for primary education, enrolled either in primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of the total population in that age group.qEnrolment in preprimary. Private is the total student enrolment in private preprimary educational institutions.SE.PRM.EPCR.MA.ZSUIS.G.56.Fuk2.dcount.FBAR.SEC.ICMP.2024.ZSEAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Upper secondary. Public. Male Population, low secondary, totalApril 2012 database update: Based on official government statistics, national accounts data were revised for 2000 onward; the base year changed to 2006.%proportion, 25+, female, no education~Population in thousand, 4549, female, no education is the total number of females age 4549 (in thousands) with no education.UIS.XPUBP.UKUIS.REPR.1.G7.FSierra LeoneHH.DHS.NAR.23.RAverage years of secondary schooling, 15+, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females over age 15. UIS.AFR.CS.1.PUSE.TER.CMPL.MA.ZSBAR.NOED.2024.FE.ZSJGraduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. Female+Percentage of female students. Preprimary!Adult illiterate population. Male2population in thousand, 4564, total, no educationzEnrolment in secondary. Grade 5. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 5 of secondary education.3School life expectancy (years). Preprimary. MaleFGovernment expenditure per tertiary student as % of GDP per capita (%)GPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in agriculture(DHS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 3NOCPopulation, aged 7, totalSE.SEC.CMPT.LO.FE.ZSFiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. The new base year is 2010. South Africa reports using SNA 2008.YPercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education not allocated by levelMYS.POP.6569.PRI.FEkProportion, 6064, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 6064 with secondary education.DRepeaters in Grade 1 of secondary general education, female (number)1Graduates in general programmes. Tertiary. FemaleUpper middle incomeHH.MICS.NAR.1.RMYS.PROP.3034.TER.MFBAR.TER.CMPT.2024.FE.ZSMYS.POP.3034.NED.MF
UIS.R.1.G4IDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 2,population in thousand, 25+, male, secondary/population in thousand, 4564, female, tertiaryHH.DHS.NAR.1.RMYS.POP.3034.PRI.MAUIS.E.0.AgI0.MLO.TIMSS.MAT8.MAAverage years of primary schooling, 3034, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 3034. Expenditure on secondary education is expressed as a percentage of total general government expenditure on education. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.Outofschool rate for children of lower secondary school age (%). Female is the number of females of official lower secondary school age who are not en< rolled in lower secondary school expressed as a percentage of the female population of official lower secondary school age.Population, ages 1564, male
LO.TIMSS.SCI4Population, aged 3, maleXGDP.56.FSGOV.FDINSTADM.FFD6Teachers in preprimary education, both sexes (number)SE.PRE.ENRL.MACGraduates in health, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)
UIS.E.1.G3Andorra1population in thousand, 5559, male, no education0population in thousand, 65+, total, no education_Percentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience. Female is the number of new female entrants to primary grade 1 who have attended some form of organized early childhood care and education (ECCE) program for the equivalent of at least 200 hours, expressed as a percentage of total number of new female entrants to primary grade 1. gPercentage of population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)HRepeaters in Grade 5 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)population in thousand, 6569, total, primaryaPercentage of population age 15+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)MYS.POP.65UP.SEC.MAkAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers in primary education who are trained, both sexes (%)Population, aged 712, total~Population in thousand, 2529, male, secondary is the total number of males age 2529 (in thousands) with secondary education.MYS.PROP.5054.SEC.MFwPopulation in thousands, 1519, female is the female population of 1519 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.~Population in thousand, 7074, female, no education is the total number of females age 7074 (in thousands) with no education.'proportion, 20  24, male, no educationILLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, maleMYS.MEA.YSCH.1564.FEDDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. RuralUIS.E.23.PUAverage years of primary schooling, 6569, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 6569. HH.DHS.OOS.1.Q12Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 7. TotalFiscal year end: September 30; reporting period for national accounts data: FY. In 2010, the government revised national accounts data following changes in the methodology. Current price series since 1991 and constant price series since 1996 were revised.SE.TER.CMPL.ZSTCurrent education expenditure, total (% of total expenditure in public institutions)UIS.SLE.123BAR.TER.ICMP.3034.ZSTeaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private lower secondary education institutions (ISCED 2). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.MYS.PROP.80UP.NED.MAUIS.AFR.SCHBSP.1.PU.WSTOILNational accounts have been revised from 1980 onward based on IMF data and official government statistics; the new base year is 2006.Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes at public lower secondary education institutions.[BarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary!proportion, 15+, total, secondaryzPopulation in thousand, 4564, male, no education is the total number of males age 4564 (in thousands) with no education.5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 7. FemalesAverage years of total schooling, 5054, total is the average years of education completed among people age 5054. Graduation age population. Primary. Total is the population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the primary school graduation age as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.=Gender parity index for adjusted net enrolment rate. PrimaryPASEC: 5th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the French language scale (less than 25% of answers correct) (%), female)Lower secondary completion rate, male (%)nBarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)BAR.SEC.ICMP.75UP.ZSHExpenditure on secondary as % of government expenditure on education (%)sProportion, 2024, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 2024 with secondary education.GUMMYS.POP.5054.TER.MFMYS.PROP.1544.PRI.MFGross entry ratio to lower secondary. General programmes. Total is the total number of new entrants to lower secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the population of theoretical entrance age to lower secondary education.fMean years of schooling, 80+, total is the mean years of schooling of the male population over age 80.UIS.E.2.GPV.PUkProportion, 6064, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 6064 with no education.?Population, age 1016, total is the total population age 1016.PBased on IMF data and official government statistics; the new base year is 2001.Population, age 12, male=Elderly illiterate population, 65+ years, both sexes (number)rTeaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Femalepopulation in thousand, 1544, total, primary?Enrolment in total secondary. Public. General programmes. TotalSenegalSURBAR.SEC.SCHL.3539ABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 5559, total4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 7074, total'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 9. FemaleBMUJAMPopulation, ages 711, maleHMean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, female}Average years of primary schooling, 5559, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 5559. MYS.PROP.4564.SEC.MF9Survival rate to Grade 4 of primary education, female (%)MYS.PROP.4549.NED.FEFOfficial entrance age to postsecondary nontertiary education (years)rAfrica Dataset: Percentage of male newly recruited teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, male (%)MYS.POP.7074.SEC.MF2095Population in thousand, 7074, female, secondary is the total number of females age 7074 (in thousands) with secondary education.
LO.LLECE.SCI6?Gross graduation ratio from lower secondary education, male (%)UIS.AFR.GTCTR.3.FGender parity index for school life expectancy. Tertiary is the ratio of female school life expectancy (tertiary) to the male school life expectancy (tertiary). It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.?Dropout rate from Grade 7 of primary education, both sexes (%)High income: nonOECD%Total expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. All sources. Secondary and postsecondary nontertiary is the expenditure coming from public, private and international sources spent on secondary and postsecondary nontertiary education expressed as a % of GDP.1MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. RuralLO.TIMSS.SCI4.ADVSSAMYS.MEA.YSCH.4044.MABAR.PRM.CMPT.2529.FE.ZSPopulation, age 18, totalMAC5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. FemalePTIMSS: Mean performance on the mathematics scale for eighth grade students, male
Kazakhstan%mean years of schooling, 1544, totalBAR.PRM.ICMP.3034.ZSSThe new base year is 2007. Tanzania reports using a blend of SN< A 1993 and SNA 2008./average years of total schooling, 2529, femaleMYS.POP.4564.TER.MFEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public and private lower secondary education institutions.UIS.E.56.F400.F1average years of tertiary schooling, 6064, total
UIS.ROFST.2.MHH.MICS.OOST.X.Q5>DHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. UrbanUIS.LR.AG65.GPIUIS.R.1.G5.FjAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 4 of primary education (number)BoliviaJLLECE:Mean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, femaleSE.PRM.NENRsPISA: Mean performance on the science scale is the average score of 15yearold students on science literacy scale.~Population in thousand, 5559, male, secondary is the total number of males age 5559 (in thousands) with secondary education.iProportion, 1519, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 1519 with tertiary education.kProportion, 5559, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 5559 with no education.HH.DHS.TR.12HH.DHS.NAR.23.MEPopulation, age 610, female is the total number of females age 610.Percentage distribution of public current expenditure by purpose in secondary education. Teacher salaries is the percentage of public current expenditures on secondary education devoted to teachers salaries.Malawi!Pupilteacher ratio. PreprimaryoProportion, 3539, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 3539 with primary education.?Population, age 1216, total is the total population age 1216.SE.SEC.ENRL.GC.FE*Unemployment, male (% of male labor force)'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. FemaleePercentage of population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)RAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 6. Primary. PublicSE.TER.ENRL.MASP.POP.0712.FE.UN$proportion, 25  29, male, secondaryDropout rate. Primary. Grade 6. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.Teaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private postsecondary education institutions (ISCED 4). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.UPercentage of female population age 7074 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary%Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 2. MaleMYS.POP.6569.NED.FE"DHS: Primary completion rate. MalePopulation in thousand, 1564, female, secondary is the total number of females age 1564 (in thousands) with secondary education.!proportion, 4044, male, tertiarySP.POP.AG12.MA.UNMYS.PROP.5559.PRI.MFEducational expenditure on other current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary.`A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 166.386 Spanish peseta. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.1Enrolment in secondary education, female (number)=Percentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in servicesFBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 1519 with no educationkProportion, 1564, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 1564 with primary education.GPopulation of the official age for preprimary education, male (number)vPISA: Mean performance on the mathematics scale is the average score of 15yearold students on the mathematics scale.HYouth (1524) literacy rate (%). Male is the number of males age 15 to 24 years who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life, divided by the male population in that age group. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations.HH.MICS.NAR.1.MMYS.PROP.3034.TER.MAPopulation, aged 712, femaleCODHH.DHS.NAR.1.MSE.PRM.ENRL.FEHH.MICS.YRS.1519.Q4}Average years of primary schooling, 2529, total is the average years of primary education completed among people age 2529. LPercentage of population age 2529 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarySP.POP.AG00.FE.UN1population in thousand, 15+, female, no education5Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Female&mean years of schooling, 25  29, maleLO.TIMSS.SCI4.FE%proportion, 5559, male, no educationLLLECE:Mean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, male/average years of total schooling, 7074, femaleBAR.TER.SCHL.4044cMean years of schooling, 25  29, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 2529.SE.PRM.TCHR.FE@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 4044, femaleBAR.NOED.1519.FE.ZS
HH.MICS.PCR.UIEnrolment in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. TotalBotswanaPopulation, aged 1018, totalRepeaters in secondary. Grade 2. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. EGovernment expenditure per primary student as % of GDP per capita (%)MYS.PROP.5054.SEC.MAEnrolment in total tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Total is the total number of students enrolled at public and private tertiary education institutions.Population, aged 8, male2Percentage of population age 25+ with no educationUIS.E.23.GPV.G7.FwBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)UIS.XGDP.FSint.FDinst.FFd3School life expectancy, preprimary, female (years)Population, ages 1319, malekMean years of schooling, 20  24, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 2024.$mean years of schooling, 5559, maleMPopulation of the official entrance age to primary education, female (number)+MICS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 3BAR.TER.CMPT.1519.FE.ZSEnrolment in lower secondary. Public. General programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in general programmes at public lower secondary education institutions.uAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Lower secondary. Public and private. MaleUIS.E.2.GPVRepeaters in primary. Grade 4. Female is the number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. %proportion, 25  29, total, secondarykProportion, 5559, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 5559 with primary education.
UIS.DR.1.G1.MAverage years of tertiary schooling, 2024, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 2024. [Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out is the proportion of outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendan< ce rate. sPrimary completion rate. Quintile 2 is the total number of quintile 2 students of any age in the last grade of primary school, minus the number of quintile 2 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 2 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of primary school. MYS.POP.7579.PRI.MFPPopulation, age 14, female refers to the female population at the specified age.Sint Maarten (Dutch part)3average years of secondary schooling, 2024, female~Population in thousand, 6569, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 6569 (in thousands) with tertiary education.3Pupils of the official school age. Primary. TotalMYS.POP.5054.TER.MAPopulation in thousand, 3539, total, secondary is the total number of people age 3539 (in thousands) with secondary education.uPopulation in thousands, 3034, total is the total population of 3034 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.Enrolment in secondary. Grade 10. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 10 of secondary education.Population, aged 12, malesBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)eApril 2013 database update: Data were updated using the government of Bhutan macroeconomic framework."mean years of schooling, 25+, male
UIS.E.56.F400HH.MICS.NAR.1.Q3SE.SEC.ENRR.LOGraduates in health and welfare. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from health and welfare programs.1Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Male measures the degree of inequality in years of schooling in a society. It is calculated similarly to the Gini coefficient of income or wealth. Results range from 0 to 100 with 0 indicating perfect equality and 100 indicating perfect inequality.FNet intake rate in grade 1, male (% of official schoolage population)TAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public primary education, both sexes (%)MDVTeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in general programmes in public and private postsecondary education institutions (ISCED 4). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.EAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Lower secondary. Public. Male8Percentage of trained teachers. Upper secondary. TotalFTeachers in tertiary education ISCED 5 programmes, both sexes (number)iProportion, 65+, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population over age 65 with tertiary education.Primary education, teachersBAR.SEC.ICMP.75UP.FE.ZSPercentage of female tertiary graduates in humanities and arts is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied humanities and arts.The new base year is 2008.rBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SE.TER.GRAD.FE.ZSDuration of 4A postsecondaryPopulation in thousand, 5559, total, primary is the total number of people age 5559 (in thousands) with primary education.Lower middle incomeSE.XPD.CTOT.ZSPopulation, aged 713, maleNet intake rate. Primary. Over age (+1). Male is the number of new male entrants in the first grade of primary education who are one year older than the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the male population of the primary school entrance age.Guyana<Pupilteacher ratio in secondary education (headcount basis)BAR.TER.ICMP.4549.FE.ZS0average years of primary schooling, 6569, total%mean years of schooling, 6064, totalPopulation, age 17, maleFPercentage of teachers in upper secondary education who are female (%)MYS.POP.7074.SEC.MAMTIMSS: Mean performance on the science scale for fourth grade students, total2090PNGSP.POP.1117.MA.UN0average years of tertiary schooling, 25+, femaleQSACMEQ:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), maleUIS.R.23.GPV.G3.FSE.TER.GRAD.FE.HL.ZS\LLECE: 3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), total?Population, age 1115, total is the total population age 1115.kPercentage of tertiary graduates in education is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied education.SP.POP.1316.FE.UN$Gross primary graduation ratio, male[Entrance age of preprimary is the age at which students would enter preprimary education.uBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)ILLECE:Mean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, total>BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 75+, femaleMYS.MEA.YSCH.2529.MFdTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)Population in thousand, 2529, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 2529 (in thousands) with tertiary education.oProportion, 1519, male, secondary is the proportion of the male population age 1519 with secondary education.gPercentage of students in tertiary education enrolled in Humanities and Arts programmes, both sexes (%)4Percentage of population age 2529 with no educationHTI.population in thousand, 4564, female, primaryHPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in humanities and arts*Gross enrolment ratio, primary, female (%)FPopulation of the official age for tertiary education, female (number)Enrolment in total secondary. Public. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public secondary education institutions.&Repeaters in primary. Grade 7. FemalePupilteacher ratio. Lower secondary is the number of pupils enrolled in lower secondary school divided by the number of lower secondary school teachers./population in thousand, 1544, female, tertiary6DHS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 3eMean years of schooling, 15+, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population over age 15.zPopulation in thousand, 3539, male, primary is the total number of males age 3539 (in thousands) with primary education.CDHS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. UrbanPISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), female is the percentage of female students at Level 6 (above 707.93 score points) on the science scale.HH.DHS.OOST.DO.Q4UIS.T.3.GPVaInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)/Vienna Institute of Demography (VID)BAR.SEC.SCHL.2529MICS: Secondary completion rateFAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Upper secondary. Public. TotalLO.SACMEQ.REA.LOW(DHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Rural3Ending month of the academic year (Questionnaire A)0Ratio of female to male secondary enrollment (%)ERepeaters in secondary general education, all grades, female (number)average years of total schooling, 25+, female9Enrolment in upper secondary general, both sexes (number)SP.POP.1014.TO.UNDMean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, female
HH.DHS.PCR.Q2Pupils of the official school age. Preprimary. Female is the total number of female preprimary students who are of the official preprimary school age. NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate< the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.MYS.PROP.5559.NED.MFEducational expenditure on teachers salaries as a % of current education expenditures on public institutions. All Levels is spending on teacher salaries expressed as a percentage of the total current expenditures on education for all educational levels.MYS.PROP.5559.PRI.MAIMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Rural#Mortality rate, under5 (per 1,000),population in thousand, 65+, total, tertiaryAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Urban is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the urban population of the given age group. International (or internationally mobile) students. Tertiary. % Female is the female share of students who have crossed a national or territorial border for the purposes of education and are now enrolled outside their country of origin.FCSiProportion, 4564, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 4564 with tertiary education.pTeaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Total`Percentage of female students in tertiary education enrolled in Education programmes, female (%)%proportion, 15+, female, no education'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 2. Female3average years of secondary schooling, 3539, female5population in thousand, 20  24, female, no education%Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 7. MaleRAfrica Dataset: Average class size. Single grade classes. Grade 7. Primary. PublicLO.LLECE.REA3.HIG.FEPopulation, ages 711, femalePopulation, ages 713, totalSP.POP.AG17.MA.UNPercentage of graduates from tertiary education graduating from Social Sciences, Business and Law programmes, both sexes (%)#proportion, 1519, female, tertiary?Lower secondary completion rate, male (% of relevant age group)tGross graduation ratio from first degree programmes (ISCED 6 and 7) in tertiary education, gender parity index (GPI)!proportion, 5559, total, primaryRGross intake ratio to Grade 1 of lower secondary general education, both sexes (%)3Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. MaleKVocational and Technical enrollment (% of total secondary enrollment), maleTanzaniaNew entrants who have attended some ECCE programme. Primary. Female is the total number of new female entrants to primary education who have attended an early childhood care and education (ECCE) program.oProportion, 2024, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 2024 with no education.
UIS.LR.AG65.MShare of newly recruited male public lower secondary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.pHigh income nonOECD aggregate. Highincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was $12,736 or more.LIEHH.MICS.OOST.L.Q1BAR.SEC.CMPT.7074.FE.ZSSP.POP.AG05.FE.UNHH.MICS.OOST.X.UPopulation, ages 1016, malezPopulation in thousand, 25+, male, primary is the total number of males over age 25 (in thousands) with primary education.LibyaUIS.NIR.1.AGM1.M2Gross enrolment ratio, upper secondary, female (%)MAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools with mixedsex toilets. Primary. Public)DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Malepopulation in thousand, 4549, male, tertiaryBAR.SCHL.5054.FECayman IslandsiPIRLS: Fourth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark in reading achievement (%)Average years of secondary schooling, 3034, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 3034. CPopulation, age 1018, male is the total number of males age 1018.LPopulation, age 20, male refers to the male population at the specified age.BAR.TER.ICMP.1519.ZSMYS.POP.7579.NED.MFMYS.POP.7579.PRI.MAGraduates, tertiary, totaloProportion, 1564, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 1564 with primary education.Duration of 2A lower secondary3MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Female@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 5054, female?Population, age 1014, total is the total population age 1014.Average years of secondary schooling, 3539, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 3539. Population, ages 1317, femaleiPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Agriculture programmes, female (%)UIS.FEP.5.AfAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 1 of primary education (number)MEXSExpected primary completion rate. Male is the total number of new male entrants to the first grade of primary in a given year, regardless of age, who are expected to reach the last grade of primary education, regardless of repetition, expressed as a percentage of the male population at the official entrance age to primary education in the same year. It is calculated by multiplying the gross intake ratio to the first grade of primary education by the survival rate to the last grade of primary. This indicator is also known as "Expected gross intake ratio to the last grade of primary. Male."9Repetition rate in Grade 3 of primary education, male (%)Guinea1DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. UrbanqTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 5 is the proportion of quintile 5 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.UIS.AFR.TRNTP.1.PU.M@Africa Dataset: School census return rate from secondary schoolsyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)BAR.TER.SCHL.3034,population in thousand, 4549, male, primaryDEnrolment in Grade 2 of secondary general education, female (number),population in thousand, 4044, male, primaryBAR.TER.ICMP.2024.FE.ZS(School enrollment, primary, male (% net)LO.PISA.MAT.LOW.FEMYS.POP.4564.PRI.FEEUUPopulation, aged 713, totalOutofschool children of primary school age. Total is the total number of primaryschoolage children who are not enrolled in either primary or secondary schools.Population, aged 17, maleHH.MICS.YRS.1519.RsProportion, 2529, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 2529 with secondary education.LPopulation, age 25, male refers to the male population at the specified age.ABarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 3034, total2007Average years of primary schooling, 5559, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 5559. 3average years of secondary schooling, 3034, femalenPercentage of female population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)XPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), male
LebanonEMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. RuraleMean years of schooling, 65+, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population over age 65.0Gross enrolment ratio, lower secondary, male (%)CDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. MaleEducational expenditure on total current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. is spending on total current education expenditures expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for primary, lower/upper secondary, and postsecondary/nontertiary education (ISCED 1,2,3, and 4). Salaries and other current expenditures < add up to the total current expenditure. Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. Total Current Expenditures."Demographic data (total population, life expectancy, fertility, child mortality, migration), education series, and HIV prevalence are reported separately for Sudan and South Sudan; see specific notes for other series. National accounts data exclude South Sudan after July 9, 2011. Other data reported for Sudan generally include South Sudan to 2011 unless otherwise noted. External debt data and landrelated data (including population density, but excluding surface area after 2010) for all years include South Sudan..average years of total schooling, 5559, totalyPASEC: 5th grade students above the Knowledge Base Rate on the mathematics scale (above 40% of answers correct) (%), maleiTIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the advanced international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)Population, aged 1016, male+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 2. FemaleHH.DHS.YRS.1519.Q3MYS.MEA.YSCH.2529.MAJMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 1LO.LLECE.MAT6.FEMYS.PROP.25UP.PRI.FEHH.MICS.NAR.23.Q3&Heavily indebted poor countries (HIPC)UIS.E.3.GPV.PUBAR.PRM.ICMP.1519.ZSGender parity index for adjusted net enrolment rate. Primary is the ratio of female adjusted net enrolment rate for primary to the male adjusted net enrolment rate for primary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. Population, age 22, maleSP.POP.1564.TOBAR.SEC.CMPT.15UP.FE.ZSZ3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 3034, femaleLPercentage of population age 6569 with primary schooling. Completed Primary6Gross enrolment ratio, primary and secondary, male (%)SP.POP.AG04.TO.UN
UIS.DR.1.G5.FHStudents at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%)^Percentage of teachers in upper secondary education who are trained, gender parity index (GPI)#proportion, 1519, total, tertiaryrpopulation in thousand, 1564, total, primary/DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 1UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G1.MNPercentage of population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiarySE.XPD.PTCH.ZSBAR.SEC.CMPT.5054.ZSRepetition rate in primary. Grade 1. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year. UIS.T.4.VSE.PRM.DURSSE.SEC.ENRR.UP.FE
UIS.GER.123.FSP.POP.0612.MA.UN.Middle East & North Africa (all income levels)HH.MICS.GAR.456.Q4
TajikistanPPopulation, age 16, female refers to the female population at the specified age.nBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4044 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)oAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Primary. Public and private. FemaleMYS.PROP.5559.NED.MA/Gross enrolment ratio, tertiary, both sexes (%)School age population. Primary. Last Grade. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the last grade of primary school as indicated by theoretical entrance age and duration.Teaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in general programmes in public and private lower secondary education institutions (ISCED 2). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.WPercentage of female population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryTJKBAR.POP.4044UIS.AFR.TATTRR.2.Pu.MPercentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Secondary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to secondary education.Population in thousand, 1544, total, primary is the total number of people age 1544 (in thousands) with primary education.KFemale share of graduates in social science, business and law (%, tertiary)Population, age 19, total$Primary education, pupils (% female)BAR.SEC.ICMP.5559.ZSuAverage years of total schooling, 4044, female is the average years of education completed among females age 4044. aMean years of schooling, 4564, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 4564.HH.MICS.NIR.1.Q4UIS.E.23.GPV.G4.FMYS.PROP.2024.PRI.FEDropout rate. Primary. Grade 2. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.uPercentage of female tertiary graduates in science is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied science.4School life expectancy (years). Preprimary. Total@BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 6569, female_Net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education by underage entrants (1 year), both sexes (%)+Proportion of outofschool. Primary is the number of children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.Youth illiterate population. Male is the total number of males between age 15 and age 24 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.LO.PISA.REA.MAHH.DHS.OOST.X.Q30population in thousands (age 15+), 5054, female'proportion, 4564, female, no education;Population, age 46, total is the total population age 46.BAR.PRM.ICMP.2529.FE.ZS$mean years of schooling, 1544, malekProportion, 6569, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 6569 with secondary education.!Youth illiterate population. MaleSPercentage of female population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary>MICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. MaleHDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 1CPopulation, age 1115, male is the total number of males age 1115.NPopulation, age 22, total refers to the total population at the specified age.HH.MICS.OOS.1.UFMean performance on the mathematics scale for 6th grade students, maleUIS.AFR.TATTRR.1.PU.FHH.DHS.OOS.1.U9Gender parity index for adjusted net intake rate. PrimaryPopulation, aged 1216, female=BarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with no education>Repeaters in Grade 6 of primary education, both sexes (number)CMean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, totaloSouthern and Eastern Africa Consortium for Monitoring Educational Quality (SACMEQ) Data Archive, www.sacmeq.org3average years of secondary schooling, 4549, femaleSP.POP.AG22.MA.UNMYS.PROP.7579.TER.MAMYS.POP.7579.NED.MA?Gender parity index for expected gross primary graduation ratioUIS.G.56.F700.dcountSP.POP.0511.FE.UN@BarroLee: Average ye< ars of secondary schooling, age 25+, female"The base year has changed to 2004.SE.SEC.ENRLSPercentage of female population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryUPercentage of trained teachers. Upper secondary. Female is the number of female teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the upper secondary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female teachers at the upper secondary level.UIS.FOSEP.56.F140eGross graduation ratio from first degree programmes (ISCED 6 and 7) in tertiary education, female (%)BAR.TER.CMPT.6064.ZSABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 2529, female9Primary completion rate, female (% of relevant age group)zEnrolment in secondary. Grade 7. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in Grade 7 of secondary education.SP.POP.AG10.FE.UN;Gross enrolment ratio. Primary & Secondary combined. MaleMNGHH.DHS.NAR.1.Q1`Survival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes). Total is the share of children enrolled in the first grade of secondary school who eventually reach the last grade of secondary school, regardless of repetition. To calculate this indicator, divide the total number of pupils in the last grade of secondary education by the number of pupils who originally enrolled in the first grade of secondary education, and multiply the result by 100. The survival rate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.SE.SEC.ENRL.TC.ZSMYS.POP.4044.PRI.FE'Graduates in education. Tertiary. TotaliMean years of schooling, 7074, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 7074.0population in thousand, 30  34, male, secondaryTeaching staff in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private ISCED 5B tertiary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.BAR.SEC.CMPT.6569.FE.ZSJAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools without electricity. Primary. PublicMYS.POP.4564.NED.FEiProportion, 1564, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 1564 with tertiary education.Enrolment in total secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in technical/vocational programmes in public secondary education institutions.SGP?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 5559, totalsAverage years of total schooling, 4549, total is the average years of education completed among people age 4549. jAfrica Dataset: Percentage of male newly recruited teachers in primary education who are trained, male (%)BAR.TER.ICMP.6569.ZSHH.MICS.PCR.Q1HH.MICS.YRS.1519.MSE.TER.GRAD.AG.ZSqProportion, 65+, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population over age 65 with tertiary education.CPopulation, age 1215, male is the total number of males age 1215.2002PEducational expenditure in lower secondary as % of total educational expenditure3OECD Programme for International Student AssessmentHH.DHS.OOST.L.Q4wBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)KPercentage of students in secondary vocational education who are female (%)uAverage years of total schooling, 3539, female is the average years of education completed among females age 3539. gProportion, 4549, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 4549 with primary education.BRBAverage years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Female is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the female population of the given age group.SE.SEC.TCHRPercentage of tertiary graduates in humanities and arts is the share of all tertiary graduates who studied humanities and arts.(Duration of compulsory education (years)SP.POP.1216.MA.UN^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary?Dropout rate from Grade 5 of primary education, both sexes (%)HH.MICS.TR.12.Q5jTertiary education, academic staff (% female) is the share of female academic staff in tertiary education.0population in thousand, 7074, female, secondaryMYS.PROP.25UP.NED.FEUIS.E.56.F300.F~Population in thousand, 1544, female, primary is the total number of females age 1544 (in thousands) with primary education.
Outofschool rate for children of lower secondary school age (%). Male is the number of males of official lower secondary school age who are not enrolled in lower secondary school expressed as a percentage of the male population of official lower secondary school age.`TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the low international benchmark of science achievement (%)Enrolment in total tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private tertiary education institutions.
LO.LLECE.REA4LPopulation, age 14, male refers to the male population at the specified age.~Population in thousand, 15+, total, tertiary is the total number of people over age 15 (in thousands) with tertiary education.(Percentage female teachers. PreprimarySE.PRM.CMPT.MA.ZS UIS.T.3.F#mean years of schooling, 80+, total3population in thousand, 30  34, male, no educationVOutofschool children of primary school age enrolled in preprimary education. FemaleLO.PASEC.MAT5.HIGBAR.TER.ICMP.1519.FE.ZSOPercentage of teachers in preprimary education who are trained, both sexes (%)BAR.SCHL.6569.FE^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary"Population ages 1564 (% of total)UIS.G.56.F200.dcount.FCPopulation, age 1319, male is the total number of males age 1319.BAR.PRM.CMPT.6064.ZS~Population in thousand, 2529, female, no education is the total number of females age 2529 (in thousands) with no education.8Literacy rate, adult male (% of males ages 15 and above)_A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 40.3399 Belgian franc. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.SE.XPD.MTOT.ZSANew entrants to Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (number)\BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryV6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), femalePercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 6. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. HH.DHS.SCR.UyGraduates in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from unspecified programs.HH.DHS.OOST.DO.MNPercentage of population age 4044 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryRPercentage of teachers in postsecondary nontertiary education who are female (%)UIS.AFR.CS.SG.1.G3.PUMYS.MEA.YSCH.7579.MASP.POP.AG09.TO.UNTKMLO.LLECE.MAT3.HIG.FE'proportion, 7074, female, no educationzPopul< ation in thousand, 4044, male, no education is the total number of males age 4044 (in thousands) with no education.~Population in thousand, 80+, male, secondary is the total number of males over age 80 (in thousands) with secondary education.+Gender parity index for adult literacy rateBAR.PRM.ICMP.6569.ZSkProportion, 15+, male, primary is the proportion of the male population over age 15 with primary education.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 7. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.April 2013 database update: Based on IMF data, national accounts data have been revised for 2000; the new base year is 2000.)Graduation age population. Primary. TotalRPercentage of male teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, male (%)Enrolment in engineering, manufacturing and construction. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in tertiary engineering, manufacturing and construction programs.BBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 4044, female2Primary completion rate, gender parity index (GPI)'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 9. Female=Share of primary schools with no access to permanent sources of electrical power (i.e. grid/mains connection, wind, water, solar, permanently fuelpowered generator, etc.). Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.IMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 1ZWE1987SP.POP.1115.FE.UN:Robert J. Barro and JongWha Lee: http://www.barrolee.com/BurundihEducational expenditure on other current expenditures as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. is other current education spending (excluding salaries) expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for tertiary education (ISCED 5 & 6). Salaries and other current add up to the total current expenditure. Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. Tertiary. Other Current Expenditures."?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 2529 with no educationJPrimary duration refers to the number of grades (years) in primary school.NPercentage of population age 75+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryPopulation in thousand, 15+, female, secondary is the total number of females over age 15 (in thousands) with secondary education.Share of newly recruited public primary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.7DHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519HH.MICS.OOST.L.FCPopulation, age 1419, male is the total number of males age 1419."proportion, 4044, male, secondaryWorld;Gender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. PreprimaryGPopulation, age 1117, female is the total number of females age 1117.Repeaters in primary. Grade 6. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. "proportion, 15+, female, secondary~Population in thousand, 5559, female, primary is the total number of females age 5559 (in thousands) with primary education.)MICS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 2/population in thousand, 5559, female, tertiary2Gross enrollment rate (%), lower secondary, femaleUIS.FEP.56.FOREIGN!proportion, 3539, male, tertiaryKAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 6. PublicUIS.SLE.1t6.GPICDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. UrbanRWATSACMEQ:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femaleHEnrolment in primary education, public institutions, both sexes (number)zPopulation in thousand, 6569, male, primary is the total number of males age 6569 (in thousands) with primary education.,population in thousand, 80+, male, secondary$proportion, 4044, female, secondaryOStudents at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), malecPercentage of population age 6064 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UIS.T.4rGraduates in education. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from education programs.lPercentage of female population age 3034 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)PASEC: 5th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the French language scale (less than 25% of answers correct) (%), totalBAR.SCHL.3539.FE?BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 25+, femaleUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G5.F.population in thousand, 6064, male, secondaryDHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 1"proportion, 3539, male, secondaryUIS.XSPENDP.1234.FDPUB.FNCAPMYS.POP.1519.PRI.FEGPopulation, age 1118, female is the total number of females age 1118.BAR.SEC.CMPT.6569.ZS'Enrolment in secondary. Grade 6. Female0population in thousands (age 15+), 6064, femaleoProportion, 65+, female, no education is the proportion of the female population over age 65 with no education.jPercentage of female population age 3539 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)Korea, Dem. Rep.Average years of tertiary schooling, 3539, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 3539. BAR.SEC.CMPT.4044.FE.ZSMYS.PROP.4044.TER.FEU3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), total"proportion, 20  24, male, primaryPopulation, aged 20, totalXEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. Technical/vocational programmes. TotalTransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 5 is the proportion of quintile 5 pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. MYS.PROP.3034.PRI.MFPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. DDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Urban9Repetition rate in Grade 4 of primary education, male (%)%Repeaters in primary. Grade 6. TotalLow and middle income group aggregate (all developing economies). Low and middl
!"#$%&'()*+,./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}~eincome economies are those in which 2014 GNI per capita was $12,735 or less.April 2013 database update: Based on official government statistics, national accounts data were revised for 2002 onward; the base year changed to 2007.qTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 3 is the proportion of quintile 3 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.MIC$proportion, 30  34, male, secondaryLabor force with tertiary education is the share of the total labor force that attained or completed tertiary education as the highest level of education.SP.POP.0305.FE.UN2014.population in thousand, 5559, male, secondaryPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 1. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enro< lled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. >Repeaters in Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (number)gProportion, 5054, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 5054 with no education.SP.POP.AG15.FE.UNrBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)`Teaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total
Net intake rate. Primary. Under age (1). Total is the number of new entrants in the first grade of primary education who are one year younger than the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the population of the primary school entrance age.PAdjusted net enrollment rate, primary, female (% of primary school age children)7Enrolment in lower secondary education, female (number)KAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 3. PublicMProportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 2 is the number of quintile 2 children in the official primary school age range who are not attending primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of quintile 2 children of the official primary school age range. By definition, children in the official primaryage range, who are attending preprimary education, are considered outofschool. The sum of the net primary attendance rate and the proportion out of school do not add to 100 percent because the net primary attendance rate does not count students who are in secondary.ABarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 3539, femaleSE.SEC.REPT.ZSMYS.PROP.65UP.SEC.MF6Graduates in services (% of total graduates, tertiary)UPercentage of female population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryiMean years of schooling, 7579, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 7579.gProportion, 4564, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 4564 with no education.MYS.PROP.6064.SEC.FE
Cote d'Ivoire/population in thousand, 4044, female, tertiary]Enrolment in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. Female is the total number of female students enrolled at public and private 5B tertiary education institutions. ISCED 5B tertiary education is defined as tertiary programmes that are practically oriented/occupationally specific and are mainly designed for participants to acquire the practical skills, and knowhow needed for employment in a particular occupation or trade or class of occupations or trades. The successful completion of tertiary 5B programmes usually provides the participants with a marketmarket relevant qualification.BAR.SEC.SCHL.15UP>Repeaters in Grade 7 of primary education, both sexes (number)$proportion, 7074, female, secondaryCDHS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 2uSecondary completion rate. Quintile 2 is the total number of quintile 2 students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of quintile 2 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 2 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. BAR.SEC.ICMP.7074.FE.ZS"proportion, 80+, female, secondaryBBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 5559, femaleSE.PRM.GINT.MA.ZSPopulation, aged 610, femalejTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. All levels<BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 25+, femaleSE.PRE.TCHR.FE.ZSHH.DHS.YRS.15UP.GIN.RSP.POP.1564.MA.INUIS.FOSEP.56.FUK.FZ6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female~Population in thousand, 2024, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 2024 (in thousands) with tertiary education.@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 3539, totalMYS.POP.65UP.TER.MFMYS.POP.6064.TER.FEMYS.POP.5054.PRI.MFUIS.E.1.G7.FbLLECE: 3rd grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), female%Repeaters in primary. Grade 3. TotalDistribution of students (%). ISCED Level 69Percentage of trained teachers. Upper secondary. FemaleBAR.SEC.SCHL.6569kProportion, 80+, male, primary is the proportion of the male population over age 80 with primary education.GGross enrolment ratio, primary and secondary, gender parity index (GPI)SE.XPD.PRIM.PC.ZSEnrolment in health and welfare. Tertiary. Female is the total number of females enrolled in tertiary health and welfare programs.kProportion, 4564, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 4564 with primary education.BAR.SEC.CMPT.3539.ZSNPercentage of population age 5054 with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary~Population in thousand, 1519, male, secondary is the total number of males age 1519 (in thousands) with secondary education.School life expectancy net of repetition (years). Primary to lower secondary. Male is the number of years of schooling that a male child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, excluding years spent repeating grades. The indicator reflects the overall level of development of an education system in terms of the average number of years of schooling without repetition that can be offered to the schoolage population, including those who never enter school. It is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the given level of education, plus the number of pupils of unknown age in the given level of education divided by the schoolage population for that level of education, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education, minus the number of repeaters in a given level of education divided by the schoolage population for that level, multiplied by the duration of that level of education.UIS.SLE.56.F3population in thousand, 6064, female, no educationILLECE: Mean performance on the science scale for 6th grade students, maleUnderage enrolment ratio. Primary. Male is the percentage of the male primary school age population (ISCED 1) that is under the official primary school age.Percentage of female tertiary graduates in social sciences, business and law is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied social sciences, business and law.MYS.POP.1564.SEC.MFEnrolment in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. Total is the total number of students enrolled in unspecified tertiary programs.Population, ages 014, totaldAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in upper secondary education, femalenPercentage of female population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.POP.2024.SEC.MFUIS.REPR.1.G2.F+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 6. Female UIS.E.4.FPopulation in thousand, 80+, total, secondary is the total number of people over age 80 (in thousands) with secondary education.1999$proportion, 4564, female, secondaryAverage years of secondary schooling, 2529, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 2529. 4Adjusted net enrolment rate, primary, both sexes (%)pBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)NGross intake ratio to Grade 1 of lower secondary general education, female (%)UIS.E.4UIS.REPP.1.G5.MIAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools with singlesex toilets (%)Population, age 10, totalHH.DHS.NIR.1.Q2ePercentage of population age 4549 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary))Graduates in agriculture. Tertiary. TotalPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 5. Total is the total number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of pupils repeating < a given grade in a given school year by the number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. uEducational expenditure on salaries as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. is spending on education salaries expressed as a percentage of the total expenditure for primary, lower/upper secondary, and postsecondary/nontertiary education (ISCED 1,2,3, and 4). Salaries and other current add up to the total current expenditure. Public subsidies to the private sector and administrative costs should be excluded. This in indicator is also referred to as "Educational expenditure by nature of spending as a % of total educational expenditure on public institutions. ISCED 1,2,3,4. Salaries."SP.POP.AG14.TO.UN#Youth illiterate population. FemaleMYS.PROP.4044.NED.MAPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in science is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in science programmes.!proportion, 1564, male, tertiaryAAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools without toilets (%)Population, ages 1316, totalFMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. FemalePopulation in thousand, 7579, total, no education is the total number of people age 7579 (in thousands) with no education.BAR.SEC.ICMP.15UP.FE.ZSPupils of the official school age. Primary. Total is the total number of primary school students who are of the official primary school age. NOTE: These values are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.nEnrolment in primary. Grade 1. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 1 of primary education.UIS.XSPENDP.56.FDPUB.FNS=Africa Dataset: Teacher attrition rate. Primary. Public. MaleEducational expenditure not allocated by level as % of total educational expenditure is the percentage of public education expenditure that is not allocated by educational level. Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private) and education administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities). In some instances data on public expenditure on education refers only to the ministry of education, excluding other ministries that spend a part of their budget on educational activities at a given level of education.GPopulation, age 1014, female is the total number of females age 1014.uSecondary completion rate. Quintile 3 is the total number of quintile 3 students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of quintile 3 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 3 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. EUnemployment, female (% of female labor force) (modeled ILO estimate))Repetition rate in primary. Grade 2. MalejGross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 5 is the number of quintile 5 postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 5 population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system..population in thousand, 5054, total, tertiary3PIRLS: Mean performance on the reading scale, totalGMean performance on the mathematics scale for 3rd grade students, totalMYS.POP.1544.SEC.FE~Population in thousand, 15+, female, no education is the total number of females over age 15 (in thousands) with no education.MYS.POP.1519.NED.FEgProportion, 5054, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 5054 with primary education.UIS.E.23.GPV.G6SE.ADT.1524.LT.FE.ZS+Repetition rate in primary. Grade 3. FemaleDMICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Quintile 1SP.POP.0610.FE.UN/average years of primary schooling, 15+, female~Population in thousand, 7579, female, no education is the total number of females age 7579 (in thousands) with no education.PISA: Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), male is the percentage of male students below Level 1 (below 334.94 score points) on the science scale.SP.POP.1419.TO.UNNPopulation, age 14, total refers to the total population at the specified age.UIS.AFR.GTCTR.3.TBAR.TER.CMPT.4549.ZSMYS.PROP.6569.PRI.FEBermudaPopulation, ages 1218, total=Percentage of trained teachers. Primary. Female is the number of female teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (preservice or inservice) required for teaching at the primary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female teachers at the primary level.2075@Percentage of teachers in secondary education who are female (%)>Gross entry ratio to lower secondary. General programmes. MalePopulation, ages 59, maleLPopulation, age 15, male refers to the male population at the specified age.SPercentage of female population age 3539 with primary schooling. Completed Primary;Dropout rate from Grade 6 of primary education, female (%)3Adult literacy rate, population 15+ years, male (%)=BarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with no educationDropout rate (%), primaryUOutofschool children of primary school age enrolled in preprimary education. TotalAPopulation, age 510, male is the total number of males age 510.hTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Urban is the proportion of urban outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate. 0population in thousand, 25  29, total, tertiaryyBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)~Population in thousand, 4549, male, secondary is the total number of males age 4549 (in thousands) with secondary education..population in thousand, 4549, total, tertiarygProportion, 5559, total, primary is the proportion of the population age 5559 with primary education.&Repeaters in primary. Grade 1. FemaleUIS.XPUBP.4jGross attendance rate. Post Secondary. Quintile 1 is the number of quintile 1 postsecondary school pupils of any age, expressed as a percentage of the quintile 1 population of postsecondary school age. Postsecondary school age is defined as the age range from graduation from secondary school till the maximum age set as a parameter of the educational system.uAverage years of total schooling, 7074, female is the average years of education completed among females age 7074. /population in thousands (age 15+), 3034, total0Teachers in tertiary educations, female (number)NPopulation, age 19, total refers to the total population at the specified age.\PASEC: Mean performance on the mathematics scale (100 points) for 5th grade students, femalepopulation in thousand, 7074, male, tertiarySLB?BarroLee: Average years of primary schooling, age 3034, total7MICS: Transition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 1zPopulation in thousand, 65+, male, primary is the total number of males over age 65 (in thousands) with primary education.oProportion, 1564, female, no education is the proportion of the female population age 15< 64 with no education.JMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 4MYS.PROP.65UP.SEC.MAPopulation, age 23, femaleBEL
HH.DHS.SCR.Q4gPercentage of population age 7074 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)fAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers in upper secondary education who are female (%)WBarroLee: Percentage of population age 4549 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryHH.DHS.TR.12.Q3$mean years of schooling, 15+, femaleUIS.E.1.AgI1.F%Elderly illiterate population. FemaleMongoliaEnrolment in lower secondary. Public. General programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in general programmes at public lower secondary education institutions.>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 4044, femaleDPublic education expenditure per student (% of p.c. GDP), all levelsSP.POP.AG00.MA.UNMYS.POP.2529.PRI.MFMDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Never in school. Quintile 1SP.POP.AG20.FE.UNPopulation, ages 1218, femalePopulation in thousand, 5054, total, no education is the total number of people age 5054 (in thousands) with no education.Gender parity index for net enrolment rate. Preprimary is the ratio of female net enrolment rate for preprimary to the male net enrolment rate for preprimary. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. ;Population, age 59, total is the total population age 59.HH.DHS.YRS.15UP.GIN.MzPopulation in thousand, 7579, male, no education is the total number of males age 7579 (in thousands) with no education.Population, ages 610, maleHH.DHS.GAR.456.Q3CYMLabor force with primary education is the share of the total labor force that attained or completed primary education as the highest level of education.MYS.POP.65UP.TER.MANYouth (1524) literacy rate (%). Female is the number of females age 15 to 24 years who can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life, divided by the female population in that age group. Generally, literacy also encompasses numeracy , the ability to make simple arithmetic calculations.VAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public upper secondary education, male (%)VietnamMYS.PROP.5054.TER.MFPopulation, aged 23, femaleoGender parity index for effective transition rate. Primary (ISCED 1) to secondary (ISCED 2). General programmes!proportion, 65+, female, tertiaryBAR.PRM.CMPT.4549.ZSNPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in health and welfare,Gross completion ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5A) first degree. Male is the total number of male graduates in tertiary ISCED 5A programmes (first degree) expressed as a percentage of the male population of the age where they theoretically finish the most common first degree programme in the given country.KSurvival rate to last grade of lower secondary (General programmes). Female4Percentage of population age 6569 with no educationHEnrolment in Grade 9 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)zPopulation in thousand, 4564, male, primary is the total number of males age 4564 (in thousands) with primary education.Population in thousand, 25+, total, no education is the total number of people over age 25 (in thousands) with no education.~Population in thousand, 4564, male, secondary is the total number of males age 4564 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.E.0.Pu.FPopulation, age 8, totalFPrimary to secondary general education transition rate, both sexes (%)^BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with primary schooling. Completed Primary21003Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 6. FemaleSP.POP.0609.TO.UN NicaraguaMYS.POP.15UP.SEC.FEEPopulation, age 611, female is the total number of females age 611.Gross enrolment ratio. Tertiary (ISCED 5 and 6). Total is the total enrollment in tertiary education (ISCED 5 and 6), regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total population of the fiveyear age group following on from secondary school leaving. NPercentage of population age 6064 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiarySE.TER.GRAD.SS.FE.ZS.population in thousands (age 15+), 25+, femaleBAR.TER.CMPT.1519.ZSuSecondary completion rate. Quintile 4 is the total number of quintile 4 students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of quintile 4 repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of quintile 4 children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. AGross enrolment ratio, upper secondary, gender parity index (GPI)BAR.SEC.SCHL.7074.FEPopulation, aged 1217, femaleLO.PASEC.FRE5.FEMYS.POP.1564.SEC.MABBarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 6569, femalePopulation, tertiary, female9Net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, male (%)MYS.POP.2024.SEC.MAiProportion, 6064, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 6064 with tertiary education.BAR.SEC.ICMP.6569.FE.ZSUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G1.PU.READ`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryV6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), totalUIS.SLE.123.GPI1994HH.MICS.OOS.1.Q2MYS.PROP.7074.SEC.MF*population in thousand, 80+, male, primary(mean years of schooling, 30  34, femaleeMean years of schooling, 1519, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 1519.cGross primary graduation ratio. Total is the total number of graduates from the last grade of primary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the population at the theoretical graduation age. The ratio can exceed 100% due to overaged and underaged children who enter primary school for the first time early/late or/and repeat a grade.UIS.TE_100000.56kProportion, 1564, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 1564 with no education.MYS.MEA.YSCH.1544.FEUIS.E.1.GUKPopulation, ages 1215, femalegProportion, 80+, total, primary is the proportion of the population over age 80 with primary education.UIS.SAP.4.MUIS.AFR.NTP.3.PU.FUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G2.FMYS.PROP.4564.TER.MF_Teaching staff in total secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Male6Net enrolment rate, primary, gender parity index (GPI)Population, aged 20, femaleUIS.GAP.1.FMYS.POP.7074.TER.MFUIS.OFSPPT.1aLLECE: 3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleLO.LLECE.SCI6.LOW.MAuBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)kMean years of schooling, 30  34, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 3034.APopulation, age 511, male is the total number of males age 511.3Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 3. Female#proportion, 5559, female, tertiaryCPopulation, age 59, female is the total number of females age 59.SP.POP.AG19.TO.UN3BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 75+, female<Enrolment in upper secondary. Public. All programmes. FemaleBAR.POP.5054.FEpPercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Health and Welfare programmes, female (%)$School enrollment, secondary (% net)4Percentage of population age 5054 with no education.population in thousand, 4< 044, female, primary"proportion, 1519, female, primary;Percentage of female population age 1519 with no educationEast Asia & PacificXAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public upper secondary education, female (%)PPopulation, age 11, female refers to the female population at the specified age.AlgeriaUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G7UIS.E.23.GPV.G1@BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 6064, total6School age population. Official entrance age. FemaleDEnrolment in Grade 9 of secondary general education, female (number)MYS.PROP.6569.NED.FE&Enrolment in services. Tertiary. TotalHH.DHS.OOST.X.FnBarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)WPercentage of female population age 5054 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary,population in thousand, 3539, male, primaryLPercentage of population age 1519 with primary schooling. Completed PrimaryPEnrolment in upper secondary education, public institutions, both sexes (number)PAfrica Dataset: Teacher attrition rate from public primary education, female (%)20706MICS: Proportion of outofschool. Primary. Quintile 4UIS.EGGR.1.F.Secondary education, vocational pupils, femaleTeaching staff in 5A tertiary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in public and private ISCED 5A tertiary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Teaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. General programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in general programmes in public and private upper secondary education institutions (ISCED 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.7The new reference year for chain linked series is 2005.>Africa Dataset: School census return rate from primary schools)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 7. MaleBAR.SEC.SCHL.4044.FEPopulation, ages 1218, malePercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in services is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in services programmes.T6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), maleIndicator is the share of female students who score above the Knowledge Base Rate, which is the proportion of pupils who achieve a minimum learning goal, based on the programs of the level selected, appropriate to the scale of the tests used..population in thousand, 3539, female, primaryLO.LLECE.REA3.HIGGOutofschool rate for children of lower secondary school age (%). MaleWRate of outofschool children of primary school age in preprimary education, male (%)jGraduates in education. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from education programs.Teaching staff in postsecondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private postsecondary education institutions (ISCED 4). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Average years of secondary schooling, 2024, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 2024. MEAqTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 1 is the proportion of quintile 1 outofschool children who were enrolled in school and dropped out. It is calculated as the proportion of children not classified as neverinschool expressed as a percent of the proportion of outofschool children older than the age with the highest attendance rate.iMean years of schooling, 80+, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population over age 80.UIS.DR.1.G3=Gross enrolment ratio, preprimary, gender parity index (GPI)UIS.E.56.F200.F2PIRLS:Mean performance on the reading scale, totalGGross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary). Male?Dropout rate from Grade 3 of primary education, both sexes (%)Average years of tertiary schooling, 15+, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females over age 15. +MICS: Gross attendance rate. Post SecondaryvAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Upper secondary. Public and private. Total^A simple multiplier is used to convert the national currencies of EMU members to euros. The following irrevocable euro conversion rate was adopted by the EU Council on January 1, 1999: 1 euro = 1936.27 Italian lira. Please note that historical data before 1999 are not actual euros and are not comparable or suitable for aggregation across countries.Average years of secondary schooling, 2529, female is the average years of secondary education completed among females age 2529. 2average years of tertiary schooling, 2024, femaleUIS.E.1.G4.FPASEC: 5th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (less than 25% of answers correct) (%), femaleVPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in social sciences, business and lawLTIMSS: Mean performance on the science scale for fourth grade students, maleMYS.POP.2529.NED.MF?BarroLee: Percentage of population age 1519 with no educationHH.MICS.OOST.DO.Q4Percentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in education is the percentage of all female tertiary students who are enrolled in education programmes.MYS.POP.2529.PRI.MADropout rate. Primary. Grade 4. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in primary education in a given school year who are no longer enrolled in the following school year.gProportion, 1519, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 1519 with no education.COMMYS.PROP.7579.PRI.MFShare of primary schoolage children enrolled in preprimary education (%). Total is total number of primary school age children who are enrolled in preprimary education expressed as a percentage of the total primary school age population.Population, aged 21, totalBAR.POP.2024.FEMYS.PROP.5054.TER.MANet intake rate. Primary. Total is the number of new entrants in the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary schoolentrance age, expressed as a percentage of the population of the same age.
LO.TIMSS.SCI8UIS.EGGR.1.GPIUnderage enrolment ratio. Primary. Female is the percentage of the female primary school age population (ISCED 1) that is under the official primary school age.Population in thousand, 3539, total, primary is the total number of people age 3539 (in thousands) with primary education.EMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. UrbanINDICATOR_CODE>BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 25+, totalIRQ/population in thousand, 4549, female, t< ertiary4Starting year of the academic year (Questionnaire A)
UIS.E.1.G7HEnrolment in lower secondary. Public and private. All programmes. FemaleSP.POP.AG05.MA.UNKPopulation, age 4, male refers to the male population at the specified age.AExpenditure on education as % of total government expenditure (%)MPopulation, age 4, total refers to the total population at the specified age.SP.POP.AG25.FE.UNPopulation, aged 1218, maleKAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. Grade 7. PublicPercentage of female tertiary graduates in unspecified programmes is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied unspecified programmes.fGraduates in science. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from science programs.>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 5054, femaleBAR.SEC.ICMP.4044.FE.ZSNAfrica Dataset: Percentage of schools with singlesex toilets. Primary. Public5School life expectancy (years). Preprimary. FemalerBarroLee: Percentage of population age 3034 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)BAR.TER.SCHL.5054.FE+MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. UrbanLPercentage of male teachers in secondary education who are trained, male (%)`BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryMYS.PROP.7074.SEC.MAkProportion, 3539, total, secondary is the proportion of the population age 3539 with secondary education.2Gender parity index for net intake rate. Primary.Population in thousand, 4564, total, no education is the total number of people age 4564 (in thousands) with no education.Share of newly recruited public lower secondary school teachers who have been trained. Data available for African countries only. For more information, consult to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' Regional Data Collections page.HH.DHS.OOS.1.Q5rSchool life expectancy (years). Preprimary. Male is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.0MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. Quintile 1JLLECE: Mean performance on the reading scale for 6th grade students, total4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 3. TotalMPopulation, age 9, total refers to the total population at the specified age.ARMCMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Male&Enrolment in primary. Grade 2. FemaleePercentage of female graduates from tertiary education graduating from Science programmes, female (%)SL.TLF.SECO.FE.ZSTransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Quintile 3 is the proportion of quintile 3 pupils in the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. VTotal labor force comprises people ages 15 and older who meet the International Labour Organization definition of the economically active population: all people who supply labor for the production of goods and services during a specified period. It includes both the employed and the unemployed. While national practices vary in the treatment of such groups as the armed forces and seasonal or parttime workers, in general the labor force includes the armed forces, the unemployed, and firsttime jobseekers, but excludes homemakers and other unpaid caregivers and workers in the informal sector.3Repeaters, secondary, total (% of total enrollment)OPercentage of female tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in humanities and artsPEnrolment in lower secondary education, public institutions, both sexes (number)MYS.MEA.YSCH.6064.FEPopulation, aged 1, male Euro area LithuaniaMYS.POP.7074.TER.MABEnrolment in preprimary. Public and private. All programmes. Male4Gross tertiary graduation ratio (first degree), male+Progression to secondary school, female (%)Population, aged 6 9, maleNTIMSS: Mean performance on the science scale for eighth grade students, femaleHH.MICS.SCR.Q3APercentage of repeaters in Grade 5 of primary education, male (%)TIMSS: Eighth grade students reaching the high international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 8th grade students scoring at least 550 on the science assessment. Students at this benchmark can demonstrate understanding of concepts related to science cycles, systems, and principles. They demonstrate understanding of aspects of human biology, and of the characteristics, classification, and life processes of organisms. Students communicate understanding of processes and relationships in ecosystems. They show an understanding of the classification and compositions of matter and chemical and physical properties and changes. They apply knowledge to situations related to light and sound and demonstrate basic knowledge of heat and temperature, forces and motion, and electrical circuits and magnets. Students demonstrate an understanding of the solar system and of Earth s processes, physical features, and resources. They demonstrate some scientific inquiry skills. They also combine and interpret information from various types of diagrams, contour maps, graphs, and tables; select relevant information, analyze, and draw conclusions; and provide short explanations conveying scientific knowledge.HGross graduation ratio from primary education, gender parity index (GPI)April 2012 database update: The Department of National Planning revised national accounts data for 2000 onward; the base year changed to 2003.HPercentage of students in tertiary ISCED 8 programmes who are female (%)1School life expectancy (years). Tertiary. Total1Percentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 5. Male@Enrolment in tertiary education, all programmes, female (number)LO.PISA.SCI.HIG.MA]LLECE: 6th grade students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), totalAverage years of secondary schooling, 7074, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 7074.
UIS.SLE.123.FUIS.REPP.23.GPV.G2Average years of secondary schooling, 1519, total is the average years of secondary education completed among people age 1519. Outofschool children of primary school age enrolled in preprimary education. Total is < the total number of primaryschoolage children who are enrolled in preprimary education. DBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with no educationRepeaters in primary. Grade 1. Female is the female number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. NPercentage of students in tertiary ISCED 6 and 7 programmes who are female (%)TAfrica Dataset: Newly recruited teachers. % trained. Lower secondary. Public. FemaleBAR.PRM.SCHL.5054.FEPopulation, aged 611, femalePopulation, age 11, total"proportion, 25+, female, secondary=Population, age 510, total is the total population age 510.Teaching staff in lower secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private lower secondary education institutions (ISCED 2). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.PISA: Students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), male is the percentage of male students at Level 6 (above 707.93 score points) on the science scale.KFiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: FY.1population in thousand, 20  24, total, secondaryDProgression to secondary school refers to the number of new entrants to the first grade of secondary school in a given year as a percentage of the number of students enrolled in the final grade of primary school in the previous year (minus the number of repeaters from the last grade of primary education in the given year).NAfrica Dataset: Pupil/textbook ratio. Mathematics. Primary. All Grades. PublicSP.POP.AG24.TO.UNBAR.TER.SCHL.2024.FE,Persistence to grade 5, female (% of cohort)zPopulation in thousand, 1564, male, no education is the total number of males age 1564 (in thousands) with no education.Population, ages 1317, totalaMean years of schooling, 7074, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 7074."proportion, 7579, total, tertiaryTotal expenditure on educational institutions and administration as a % of GDP. Public sources. Tertiary is the expenditure coming from public sources spent on tertiary education expressed as a % of GDP.Population, age 10, male!proportion, 6064, male, tertiarylPercentage of female population age 6569 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)pNumber of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants. Male is the number of male students enrolled in tertiary education in a given academic year per 100,000 inhabitants. It is calculated by dividing the total number of male students enrolled in tertiary education in a given academic year by the country s population and multiplying the result by 100,000.!Distribution of students (%). Tertiary ISCED Level 5B is the enrolment in tertiary education at ISCED level 5B as a percentage of total enrolment in tertiary education. The content of tertiary ISCED level 5B programmes is practically oriented/occupationally specific and is mainly designed for participants to acquire the practical skills needed for employment in a particular occupation or trade or class of occupations or trades  the successful completion of which usually provides the participants with a labormarket relevant qualification.)Underage enrolment ratio. Primary. TotalCPercentage of repeaters in Grade 7 of primary education, female (%)UIS.LP.AG15T99.FPopulation in thousand, 1519, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 1519 (in thousands) with tertiary education.PASEC: 5th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (less than 25% of answers correct) (%), malePopulation in thousand, 80+, male, tertiary is the total number of males over age 80 (in thousands) with tertiary education.iProportion, 25+, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population over age 25 with tertiary education.'Repeaters in secondary. Grade 10. Total*DHS: Net attendance rate. Secondary. UrbanHPercentage of enrolment in primary education in private institutions (%)zPopulation in thousand, 2024, male, no education is the total number of males age 2024 (in thousands) with no education.MPercentage of repeaters in Grade 8 of secondary general education, female (%)wBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)HH.MICS.OOST.DO&Repeaters in primary. Grade 6. FemalesAfrica Dataset: Percentage of newly recruited teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, both sexes (%)Repetition rate in primary. Grade 6. Male is the proportion of male pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.>BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 6569, female UIS.FTP.4HH.DHS.OOST.DOTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Female is defined as the proportion of female outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. UruguayMYS.MEA.YSCH.3034.FE(DHS: Primary completion rate. Quintile 2MYS.PROP.2529.TER.MA}School life expectancy (years). Primary to secondary. Female is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.MYS.POP.2529.NED.MA~Population in thousand, 6064, female, primary is the total number of females age 6064 (in thousands) with primary education.kProportion, 1519, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 1519 with primary education.)Enrolment in agriculture. Tertiary. Total6Pupils of the official school age. Secondary. FemaleAdjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. Total is the total enrolment in primary education of the official primary school entrance age, as a percentage of the population of the same age in a given school year. It is the equivalent of the agespecific enrolment rate of the official primary entrance age.UIS.XSPENDP.1234.FDPUB.FNNONSMYS.PROP.7579.NED.MFPPopulation, age 014, male is the male population between the ages of 0 and 14. FBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 4549 with no educationMYS.PROP.7579.PRI.MA
UIS.R.1.G3IDHS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Quintile 1+population in thousand, 65+, total, primary< Europe & Central Asia=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 6569, totalSP.POP.1218.TO.UNGender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. All levels combined (except preprimary) is the ratio of female gross enrolment ratio for all levels combined (except preprimary) to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. SL.TLF.TOTL.INNet attendance rate. Primary. Quintile 2 is the proportion of quintile 2 children of the official primary school age who are attending primary school. The primary school age is based on the parameters of the educational system: starting age and duration of primary school.5PISA: Mean performance on the mathematics scale. MaleElderly illiterate population. Total is the total number of adults over age 65 who cannot both read and write with understanding a short simple statement on their everyday life.SP.POP.0014.TO\BarroLee: Percentage of female population age 75+ with primary schooling. Completed PrimarySubSaharan AfricaPercentage of repeaters in primary. Grade 3. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. 'East Asia & Pacific (all income levels)=School life expectancy, primary and secondary, female (years)#DHS: Primary completion rate. UrbanIRL2average years of secondary schooling, 2529, total
UIS.E.1.G2$mean years of schooling, 1564, maleJFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY./population in thousands (age 15+), 3539, totalZGraduates in social science, business, law, female (% of total female graduates, tertiary)2average years of tertiary schooling, 3034, femaleMYS.PROP.4549.SEC.MA2Ending year of the academic year (Questionnaire A)PPopulation, age 13, female refers to the female population at the specified age.BAR.PRM.SCHL.2024.FE
BAR.SCHL.4549'proportion, 7579, female, no educationMYS.PROP.4564.PRI.FE%mean years of schooling, 5054, totalfAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per reading textbook in Grade 7 of primary education (number)0DHS: Gross attendance rate. Post Secondary. MaleBAR.SEC.CMPT.3034.FE.ZSkProportion, 3034, male, primary is the proportion of the male population age 3034 with primary education.NamibiaBAR.SEC.SCHL.2024SP.POP.0511.MA.UNSchool age population. Official entrance age. Female is the female population of the agegroup theoretically corresponding to the official entrance age.nPercentage of female population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SP.SEC.UTOT.FE.INSP.POP.1524.FE.UNUIS.G.56.F500.dcount.FVPercentage of female teachers in lower secondary education who are trained, female (%)
UIS.REPP.1.G2SP.POP.AG10.MA.UNMYS.POP.4549.TER.MAOutofschool rate for children of lower secondary school age (%). Total is the number of children of official lower secondary school age who are not enrolled in lower secondary school expressed as a percentage of the population of official lower secondary school age.Population in thousand, 6569, total, secondary is the total number of people age 6569 (in thousands) with secondary education.LMCLO.LLECE.MAT3.LOW.FEPopulation, age 18, femaleDEUiTIMSS: Fourth grade students who did not reach the low international benchmark of science achievement (%)Population, aged 1316, maleThe new base year is 2010. National accounts data were rebased to reflect the January 1, 2013, introduction of the new Zambian kwacha at a rate of 1,000 old kwacha = 1 new kwacha. Zambia reports using SNA 2008.cPercentage of population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)DRepeaters in Grade 6 of secondary general education, female (number)ALBLO.TIMSS.SCI4.INTPopulation in thousand, 1564, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 1564 (in thousands) with tertiary education.PEducational expenditure in upper secondary as % of total educational expenditurePopulation, age 9, totalSchool life expectancy net of repetition (years). Primary to lower secondary. Female is the number of years of schooling that a female child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, excluding years spent repeating grades. The indicator reflects the overall level of development of an education system in terms of the average number of years of schooling without repetition that can be offered to the schoolage population, including those who never enter school. It is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the given level of education, plus the number of pupils of unknown age in the given level of education divided by the schoolage population for that level of education, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education, minus the number of repeaters in a given level of education divided by the schoolage population for that level, multiplied by the duration of that level of education.5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 3034, femaleFBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3034 with no educationMWIaLLECE: 6th grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%), femaleTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of science achievement (%) is the share of 4th grade students scoring at least 475 on the science assessment. Students reaching this benchmark have basic knowledge and understanding of practical situations in the sciences. Students recognize some basic information related to characteristics of living things, their reproduction and life cycles, and their interactions with the environment, and show some understanding of human biology and health. They also show some knowledge of properties of matter and light, electricity and energy, and forces and motion. Students know some basic facts about the solar system and show an initial understanding of Earth s physical characteristics and resources. They demonstrate ability to interpret information in pictorial diagrams and apply factual knowledge to practical situations.SOURCE_ORGANIZATIONpBarroLee: Percentage of population age 5559 with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)DDHS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Female'Net enrolment rate, secondary, male (%)Enrolment in total secondary. Public and private. General programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in general programmes at public and private secondary education institutions.Population, aged 18, femaleMYS.POP.6569.SEC.MAUIS.AFR.PBR.1.G5.PU.READ=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 1519, to< talBAR.PRM.SCHL.3539Population, aged 6, malePISA: Mean performance on the reading scale, female is the average score of 15yearold female students on combined reading literacy scale.Average years of tertiary schooling, 7074, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 7074. ESP;Population, age 35, total is the total population age 35. UIS.T.5.BTeaching staff in preprimary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. Total is the total number of teachers in public and private preprimary education institutions. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.iElderly illiterate population. % female is the share of the elderly illiterate population that is female.BAR.PRM.CMPT.7074.FE.ZS;School life expectancy, primary and secondary, male (years)KPopulation, age 0, male refers to the male population at the specified age.UIS.REPP.1.G6.FEPopulation, age 711, female is the total number of females age 711."Youth illiterate population. Total+population in thousand, 25+, total, primarySE.ENR.PRSC.FM.ZSHSurvival rate to Grade 5 of primary education, gender parity index (GPI)PGender parity index for gross enrolment ratio. Lower secondary. All programmes
HH.DHS.PCR=Ratio of girls to boys in primary and secondary education (%)0population in thousand, 6064, female, secondary%proportion, 20  24, total, secondary+Gross enrolment ratio, tertiary, female (%) UIS.FEP.4Population, age 15, femaleFEnrolment in 6 tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. TotalUIS.R.23.GPV.G3Population, tertiary, totalbBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 6569 with secondary schooling. Completed SecondaryBAR.SEC.SCHL.2529.FEBAR.TER.CMPT.25UP.FE.ZSUIS.XNATURCP.1.FDPUB.FNS4Percentage of population age 5559 with no educationjPercentage of female population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Tertiary)MYS.MEA.YSCH.4564.FE;Dropout rate from Grade 1 of primary education, female (%)4School age population. Official entrance age. MaleUIS.TRTP.0.MPopulation, ages 610, femaleePercentage of population age 15+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)KGZ5Prevalence of HIV, total (% of population ages 1549)HH.MICS.OOST.X.Q44New entrants to Grade 1 of primary education. TotalFNumber of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants. MalewAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in service. Upper secondary. Public and private. Female<Percentage of repeaters in lower secondary. All grades. MaleiMean years of schooling, 4044, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 4044.'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 5. FemaleLO.LLECE.MAT6.HIGKPopulation, age 5, male refers to the male population at the specified age.jAfrica Dataset: Average number of pupils per mathematics textbook in Grade 3 of primary education (number)2average years of tertiary schooling, 4549, female?Population, age 79, male is the total number of males age 79.Percentage distribution of public current expenditure on education by level. Tertiary is the share of public current education expenditure that is devoted to tertiary education.Population, aged 711, maleUIS.FOSEP.56.F140.FPopulation, aged 6 9, total[Population of the official age for the last grade of primary education, both sexes (number)Population, aged 15, femaleRepeaters in secondary. Grade 3. Total is the number of pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade for a second (or further) year. Population ages 1564, malePopulation, age 15, malezPopulation in thousand, 2529, male, primary is the total number of males age 2529 (in thousands) with primary education.!proportion, 7579, total, primarySP.POP.1115.MA.UN8MICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 15191Female share of graduates in health (%, tertiary))DHS: Net attendance rate. Primary. FemalegPercentage of population age 6064 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)April 2013 database update: Based on data from the Central Bureau of Statistics, national accounts data were revised for 2003 onward.CZEaMean years of schooling, 6064, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 6064.Average years of tertiary schooling, 4044, female is the average years of tertiary education completed among females age 4044. 0population in thousand, 1544, female, secondaryWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 75+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryPercentage female teachers. Preprimary is the number of female teachers at the preprimary level expressed as a percentage of the total number of teachers (male and female) at the preprimary level in a given school year. Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.
UIS.SLEN.12.MPopulation, aged 13, total1average years of primary schooling, 3034, femalekProportion, 65+, male, primary is the proportion of the male population over age 65 with primary education.wPercentage of female tertiary graduates in services is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied services.Population, age 12, femaleUIS.E.2.PU.F7Primary completion rate, male (% of relevant age group)SACMEQ: Mean performance on the mathematics scale, male is the mean mathematics score for male 6th grade students. Mean scores are on SACMEQ scales for reading, which have averages of 500 and standard deviations of 100.SE.SEC.NENRpopulation in thousand, 6569, male, tertiary/Lower secondary completion rate, both sexes (%)cPercentage of population age 5054 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)UIS.AFR.TRNTP.2.PU.M#proportion, 4549, female, tertiaryBAR.PRM.CMPT.15UP.FE.ZSWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 25+ with tertiary schooling. Completed Tertiary}Percentage of female tertiary graduates in agriculture is the share of all female tertiary graduates who studied agriculture.3population in thousand, 6569, female, no education
UIS.GGR.2.GPVPercentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 1. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. PISA: Mean performance on the mathematics scale, male is the average score of 15yearold male students on the mathematics scale.St. Martin (French part)MYS.PROP.4564.NED.FE'Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 2. Female>BarroLee: Average years of tertiary schooling, age 75+, total4Percentage of population age 4044 with no educationPercentage of tertiary enrolments (ISCED 5 and 6) in services is the percentage of all tertiary students who are enrolled in services programmes.&Graduates in services. Tertiary. TotaljPercentage of female population age 2529 with primary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Primary)BAR.TER.SCHL.3539.FE< HH.MICS.OOST.L.Q5DEnrolment in preprimary. Public and private. All programmes. FemalewBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 25+ with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SE.XPD.TOTL.GD.ZSLO.TIMSS.SCI8.MAPopulation, aged 12, femalePopulation in thousand, 2529, total, no education is the total number of people age 2529 (in thousands) with no education.GPercentage of repeaters in Grade 7 of primary education, both sexes (%)+MICS: Secondary completion rate. Quintile 2UIS.GGR.2.MPopulation in thousand, 65+, total, secondary is the total number of people over age 65 (in thousands) with secondary education.UIS.REPP.23.GPV.G8.Mpopulation in thousand, 1544, male, tertiaryGender parity index for transition rate, primary to secondary, general programmes is the ratio of the female transition rate from primary to secondary (general programmes) to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.qProportion, 1544, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 1544 with tertiary education.SP.POP.0713.TO.UNAverage years of tertiary schooling, 4044, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 4044. RPopulation, age 014, female is the total population between the ages of 0 and 14.LO.LLECE.REA6.HIG.FE+Lower secondary completion rate, female (%)Bulgaria7Youth illiterate population, 1524 years, male (number)?BarroLee: Average years of secondary schooling, age 25+, total~Population in thousand, 1564, male, secondary is the total number of males age 1564 (in thousands) with secondary education.Population, aged 22, totalGPopulation, age 1317, female is the total number of females age 1317.1population in thousand, 5054, male, no educationSWZLow & middle incomeGEnrolment in 5B tertiary. Public and private. Full and part time. TotalHH.MICS.NAR.1.Q27Graduates in education (% of total graduates, tertiary)Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 6. Male is the total number of male pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total male enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of male pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the male number of pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. %Dropout rate. Primary. Grade 5. MaleSP.POP.0305.MA.UNMNPSP.POP.AG15.MA.UNIAdjusted net enrollment rate, primary (% of primary school age children)
April 2013 database update: Based on official government statistics, national accounts data were revised for 1976 onward; the base year changed to 2006.Enrolment in upper secondary. Public and private. All programmes. Female is the total number of female students enrolled in public and private upper secondary education institutions.RPercentage of students in postsecondary nontertiary education who are female (%)eMean years of schooling, 6064, male is the mean years of schooling of the male population age 6064.BAR.SEC.CMPT.2529.FE.ZS4BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 6569, total0School life expectancy (years). Tertiary. MalePopulation in thousand, 80+, female, tertiary is the total number of females over age 80 (in thousands) with tertiary education.IPopulation of the official age for preprimary education, female (number)
BAR.SCHL.3539Population, aged 1118, femalePopulation in thousand, 3539, female, secondary is the total number of females age 3539 (in thousands) with secondary education.proportion, 15+, total, primaryAPercentage of repeaters in Grade 6 of primary education, male (%)HSchool life expectancy, primary and secondary, gender parity index (GPI)UIS.THAGE.4.A.GPV
LO.SACMEQ.MAT$Girls enrollment share (%), tertiarySP.POP.AG03.FE.UNPopulation in thousand, 25+, total, secondary is the total number of people over age 25 (in thousands) with secondary education.Gross enrolment ratio. Upper secondary. All programmes. Female is the total female enrollment in upper secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the female population of official upper secondary education age. Population, ages 510, totalGPopulation, age 1318, female is the total number of females age 1318.PERUIS.GTVP.2.VaMean years of schooling, 7579, total is the mean years of schooling of the population age 7579.UIS.FOSEP.56.F700Population, ages 1014, maleUgandawPopulation in thousands, 2024, female is the female population of 2024 year olds in thousands estimated by BarroLee.1average years of secondary schooling, 15+, female@Based on official government statistics; the new base year 2005.hAfrica Dataset: Ratio of teacher training graduates to teachers in upper secondary education, both sexes~Population in thousand, 5559, female, no education is the total number of females age 5559 (in thousands) with no education.rEnrolment in secondary. Grade 5. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 5 of secondary education.SAS4Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 4. TotalSE.PRM.ENRL.TC.ZSDMICS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. UrbanUIS.AFR.TATTRR.3.Pu.M~Population in thousand, 1544, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 1544 (in thousands) with tertiary education.MYS.POP.3034.SEC.FE2average years of secondary schooling, 5054, totalaTeaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. All programmes. FemaleBAR.PRM.SCHL.3539.FEV3rd grade students at the lowest level of proficiency on the reading scale (%), femalepSchool life expectancy (years). Tertiary. Total is the total number of years of schooling which a child of a certain age can expect to receive in the future, assuming that the probability of his or her being enrolled in school at any particular age is equal to the current enrollment ratio for that age. For a child of a certain age a, the school life expectancy is calculated as the sum of the age specific enrolment rates for the levels of education specified. The part of the enrolment that is not distributed by age is divided by the schoolage population for the level of education they are enrolled in, and multiplied by the duration of that level of education. The result is then added to the sum of the agespecific enrolment rates. The expected number of years does not necessarily coincide with the expected number of grades of education completed because of repetition.!DHS: Net attendance rate. PrimaryLPercentage of population age 4044 with primary schooling. Completed PrimarygProportion, 5559, total, no education is the proportion of the population age 5559 with no education.zPopulation in thousand, 5559, male, no education is the total number of males age 5559 (in thousands) with no education.2040/population in thousands (age 15+), 6064, total6Adjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. Male is the total male enrolment in primary education of the official primary school entrance age, as a percentage of the male population of the same age in a given school year. It is the equivalent of the agespecific enrolment rate of the official primary entrance age.UIS.LPP.AG15T24JMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. Quintile 55BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 4044, female'mean years of schooling, 20  24, total$proportion, 6064, female, secondaryPupils of the official school age. Preprimary. Total is the total number of preprimary students who are of the official preprimary school age. NOTE: These values< are not capped i.e. the values are not necessarily the numerators used to calculate the net enrolment rates (for cases that are capped). To obtain the numerator for the NER, you can simply multiply the SAP of a relevant level by its corresponding NER.Repetition rate in primary. Grade 3. Total is the proportion of pupils from a cohort enrolled in a given grade at a given school year who study in the same grade in the following school year.Population, ages 1116, femaleHRepeaters in Grade 4 of secondary general education, both sexes (number)(Repeaters in secondary. Grade 10. Female1average years of tertiary schooling, 5559, totalqProportion, 2024, female, tertiary is the proportion of the female population age 2024 with tertiary education.;Enrolment in total secondary. Public. All programmes. TotalGraduates in unspecified programmes. Tertiary. Female is the total number of female tertiary graduates from unspecified programmes.GPopulation, age 1319, female is the total number of females age 1319.CMICS: Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. MaleLAfrica Dataset: Percentage of primary schools with access to electricity (%)sProportion, 3034, female, secondary is the proportion of the female population age 3034 with secondary education.HH.DHS.OOST.DO.Q3IndiaSE.SEC.PROG.FE.ZS1Graduates in health and welfare. Tertiary. FemalesGraduates in general programmes. Tertiary. Total is the total number of tertiary graduates from general programmes.?Dropout rate from Grade 1 of primary education, both sexes (%)uAverage years of total schooling, 6064, female is the average years of education completed among females age 6064. ;Repetition rate in Grade 7 of primary education, female (%)TONINDICATOR_NAMEHH.MICS.YRS.15UP.GIN.RGender parity index for survival rate to grade 4 is the ratio of female survival rate to grade 4 to the male survival rate to grade 4. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.BAR.PRM.SCHL.2529Teaching staff in upper secondary. Public and private. Full and parttime. Technical/vocational programmes. Female is the total number of female teachers in technical/vocational programmes in public and private upper secondary education institutions (ISCED 3). Teachers are persons employed full time or part time in an official capacity to guide and direct the learning experience of pupils and students, irrespective of their qualifications or the delivery mechanism, i.e. facetoface and/or at a distance. This definition excludes educational personnel who have no active teaching duties (e.g. headmasters, headmistresses or principals who do not teach) and persons who work occasionally or in a voluntary capacity in educational institutions.Population, aged 1115, femaleHICBAR.SEC.SCHL.7074BAR.NOED.4044.ZSSE.PRM.ENRRPercentage of repeaters in upper secondary. All grades. Total is the number of students enrolled in the same grade as in the previous year, as a percentage of all students enrolled in upper secondary school. It is calculated by dividing the sum of repeaters in all grades of upper secondary education by the total enrolment of upper secondary education and multiplying the result by 100.MYS.MEA.YSCH.1519.FEUIS.XCURP.UKoProportion, 1544, female, primary is the proportion of the female population age 1544 with primary education.Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. Male is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the male population of the given age group.LEnrolment in lower secondary education, public institutions, female (number)iMean years of schooling, 4549, female is the mean years of schooling of the female population age 4549.MEnrolment in upper secondary. Public. Technical/vocational programmes. FemaleUIS.REPR.1.G5.MTPISA:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), female
Population, age 12, totalBAR.TER.ICMP.15UP.ZSEcuadorSPISA:Students at the lowest level of proficiency on the science scale (%), female
Population, aged 510, totalMYS.PROP.1519.PRI.FEmProportion, 25+, male, tertiary is the proportion of the male population over age 25 with tertiary education.XLatin America and Caribbean regional aggregate (does not include highincome economies).@Percentage of students in secondary education who are female (%)SP.POP.1317.TO.UN
UIS.E.0.PRPopulation, ages 1318, totalWPercentage of female population age 4044 with secondary schooling. Completed Secondary+Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+ measures the degree of inequality in years of schooling in a society. It is calculated similarly to the Gini coefficient of income or wealth. Results range from 0 to 100 with 0 indicating perfect equality and 100 indicating perfect inequality.2average years of tertiary schooling, 5559, female=BarroLee: Average years of total schooling, age 4044, totalTPublic current expenditure on education as % of total current government expenditurePopulation, age 20, maleDMICS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Dropped out. MaleFiscal year end: June 30; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Based on official government statistics; the new base year is 2009.PSACMEQ:Students at the highest level of proficiency on the mathematics scale (%)SP.POP.AG02.TO.UNSE.TER.GRAD.SS.ZSTOutofschool children of primary school age in preprimary education, male (number)kProportion, 2529, male, no education is the proportion of the male population age 2529 with no education.Average years of tertiary schooling, 3539, total is the average years of tertiary education completed among people age 3539. iProportion, 80+, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population over age 80 with tertiary education.CPopulation, age 69, female is the total number of females age 69.Percentage of repeaters in secondary. Grade 5. Female is the total number of female pupils in the specified grade who are enrolled in the same grade as in a previous year, expressed as a percentage of the total female enrollment in the specified grade. It is calculated by dividing the number of female pupils repeating a given grade in a given school year by the number of female pupils enrolled in the same grade in the same school year and multiplying by 100. EstoniaaSecondary completion rate. Urban is the total number of urban students of any age in last grade of secondary school, minus the number of urban repeaters in that grade, divided by the number of urban children of official graduation age. The completion rate can exceed 100 percent if there are many overage students in the last grade of secondary school. MTIMSS:Mean performance on the science scale for fourth grade students, total?Enrolment in lower secondary. Public. General programmes. TotalBAR.SCHL.15UP.FEHDHS: Typology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry. Quintile 5#mean years of schooling, 15+, total~Population in thousand, 7579, total, tertiary is the total number of people age 7579 (in thousands) with tertiary education.}PASEC: 5th grade students above the Knowledge Base Rate on the French language scale (above 40% of answers correct) (%), malerBarroLee: Percentage of population age 2024 with secondary schooling. Total (Incomplete and Completed Secondary)SE.ADT.1524.LT.MA.ZSSP.POP.0610.MA.UN0average years of primary schooling, 3034, totalKEnrolment in secondary education, private institutions, both sexes (number)SE.PRM.DROP.FE.ZSTransition rate. Primary to Secondary. Female is the proportion of female pupils in t<the last grade of primary who transition to the first grade of secondary the following school year. 1average years of primary schooling, 4044, female/population in thousand, 25  29, total, primarypopulation in thousand, 1519, total, primaryTypology of outofschool children. Primary. Late entry is defined as the proportion of outofschool children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion outofschool for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate. $MICS: Net attendance rate. Secondary
HH.MICS.SCR.FGender parity index for expected gross primary graduation ratio is the ratio of female expected gross primary graduation rate to the male expected gross primary graduation rate. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.&mean years of schooling, 3539, femalePopulation in thousand, 7579, male, tertiary is the total number of males age 7579 (in thousands) with tertiary education.LO.SACMEQ.MAT.MA$mean years of schooling, 25+, femaleBeninnEnrolment in primary. Grade 2. Total is the total number of students enrolled in Grade 2 of primary education.Average years of primary schooling, 5054, female is the average years of primary education completed among females age 5054. 1population in thousand, 80+, female, no educationUIS.NIR.1.AGM1nAfrica Dataset: Percentage of female teachers in upper secondary education who are newly recruited, female (%)1population in thousand, 6064, male, no educationUIS.SAP.1.G1.FDistribution of students (%). ISCED Level 5A%proportion, 5054, male, no educationMVocational and Technical enrollment (% of total secondary enrollment), femaleiProportion, 7579, total, tertiary is the proportion of the population age 7579 with tertiary education.MYS.POP.3539.PRI.FESE.PRM.AGES5BarroLee: Population in thousands, age 5559, female;Repetition rate in Grade 4 of primary education, female (%)uAverage years of total schooling, 5559, female is the average years of education completed among females age 5559. yGross enrolment ratio. Primary & Secondary combined. Total is the total enrollment in primary and secondary education, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total population of official primary and secondary education age. GER can exceed 100% due to the inclusion of overaged and underaged students because of early or late school entrance and grade repetition.BAR.PRM.ICMP.15UP.ZSSP.POP.1017.TO.UNWBarroLee: Percentage of population age 15+ with tertiary schooling. Completed TertiaryHH.DHS.NAR.1.Q5Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Male is the number of new male pupils attending the first grade of primary education who are of the official primary school entrance age, expressed as a percentage of the males of official entrance age to primary education. MYS.PROP.65UP.TER.MFSurvival rate to grade 5. Female is the share of female children enrolled in the first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade 5. The estimate is calculated on the basis of the reconstructed cohort method, which uses data on enrolment and repeaters for two consecutive years.DMICS: Net intake rate for the first grade of primary education. Male.population in thousand, 1564, male, secondaryMYS.PROP.6064.TER.FEPopulation, age 0, totalUIS.XCURP.0 UIS.SAP.4YPercentage of graduates from Services programmes in tertiary education who are female (%)PPercentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience. Total is the number of new entrants to primary grade 1 who have attended some form of organized early childhood care and education (ECCE) program for the equivalent of at least 200 hours, expressed as a percentage of total number of new entrants to primary grade 1. %mean years of schooling, 5559, totalHH.MICS.GAR.456.RHH.MICS.PCR.Q5mTIMSS: Fourth grade students reaching the intermediate international benchmark of mathematics achievement (%)Population, ages 1014, totalAOutofschool rate for children of primary school age (%). Female.average years of primary schooling, 25+, total2006;Net intake rate to Grade 1 of primary education, female (%).Ratio of female to male primary enrollment (%)?MICS: Average years of schooling by age group. Age 1519. UrbanIn 2010, national accounts data for 200309 were revised. The new data had broader coverage of all sectors of the economy, and GDP in current prices averaged 89 percent higher than previous estimates.HH.DHS.YRS.15UP.GINSE.ENR.PRIM.FM.ZSMYS.PROP.1564.SEC.MFSP.POP.0509.FE.UNFBarroLee: Percentage of female population age 3539 with no educationMYS.PROP.2024.SEC.MFUArab World aggregate. Arab World is composed of members of the League of Arab States.Fiscal year end: March 31; reporting period for national accounts data: CY. Based on official government statistics, national accounts data have been revised from 1980 onward; the new base year is 2010.SP.POP.AG20.MA.UN ()+03
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