South Korea - Net Enrollment Ratio in Secondary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment)

Since 2013, South Korea Net Enrollment Ratio in Secondary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment) was down by 0points year on year. With 98.13 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age in 2018, the country was number 7 among other countries in Net Enrollment Ratio in Secondary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment). South Korea is overtaken by Canada, which was number 6 with 98.58 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age and is followed by Lithuania with 97.95 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age. Kazakhstan lead the ranking with 99.86 Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age in 2018, a growth of 0points versus 2017. Sweden, Japan and United Kingdom respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Ivory Coast recorded the best 5 years average growth at +8.3points per year, while Syria recorded the worst performance at -7.2points per year.

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Date Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age
2018 98.13
2017 97.94
2016 97.42
2015 97.89
2014 98.80
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How does South Korea rank in Net Enrollment Ratio in Secondary Education (Excluding Overage and Underage Enrollment)?

# 136 Countries Percent of the Population of the Corresponding Official School Age Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Kazakhstan
99.86 % 2018 +0.0 % +1.5 % View data
2 #2
Sweden
99.74 % 2018 +0.4 % +1.1 % View data
6 #6
Canada
98.58 % 2018 +0.6 % +1.4 % View data
7 #7
South Korea
98.13 % 2018 +0.2 % -0.0 % View data
8 #8
Lithuania
97.95 % 2018 +0.2 % +0.1 % View data
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