United States - Net Intake Rate in the First Grade of Primary Education

Since 2010, United States Net Intake Rate in the First Grade of Primary Education fell by 0.8points year on year. At 72.66 Percent of Official School-Age Population in 2015, the country was number 61 comparing other countries in Net Intake Rate in the First Grade of Primary Education. United States is overtaken by Seychelles, which was ranked number 60 with 73.19 Percent of Official School-Age Population and is followed by Federated States of Micronesia at 72.08 Percent of Official School-Age Population. Norway topped the ranking with 99.3 Percent of Official School-Age Population in 2016, that is a growth of 0.1points versus 2015. Iceland, Lithuania and Cuba respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Burkina Faso recorded the best 5 years average growth at +8.5points per year, while Marshall Islands was the worst growing country at -8.7points per year.

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Date Percent of Official School-Age Population
2015 72.66
2014 73.07
2013 71.16
2012
2011
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How does United States rank in Net Intake Rate in the First Grade of Primary Education?

# 116 Countries Percent of Official School-Age Population Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Norway
99.30 % 2016 +0.1 % +0.0 % View data
2 #2
Iceland
98.86 % 2015 +1.5 % +0.2 % View data
60 #60
Seychelles
73.19 % 2016 NA -0.6 % View data
61 #61
United States
72.66 % 2015 -0.6 % -0.8 % View data
62 #62
Federated States of Micronesia
72.08 % 2015 +36.2 % NA View data
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