Australia - Female Net Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment)

Since 2012, Australia Female Net Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment) was down by 0.3points year on year. In 2017, the country was number 22 among other countries in Female Net Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment) at 96.74 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age. Australia is overtaken by Cuba, which was ranked number 21 with 96.78 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age and is followed by Latvia at 96.69 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age. Norway, Iceland and United Kingdom respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Ivory Coast witnessed the best average annual growth at +5.2points per year, while Eritrea witnessed the worst performance at -4.2points per year.

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Date Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age
2017 96.74
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How does Australia rank in Female Net Enrollment Ratio in Primary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment)?

# 122 Countries Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Malaysia
99.81 % 2014 NA +0.5 % View data
2 #2
Norway
99.79 % 2014 NA +0.1 % View data
21 #21
Cuba
96.78 % 2019 -0.8 % +0.4 % View data
22 #22
Australia
96.74 % 2017 NA -0.3 % View data
23 #23
Latvia
96.69 % 2019 +0.0 % +0.1 % View data
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