First day at school rate

the first day at school rate indicates in per cent , how many children of an age stage in a country are given first schooling to . In Germany this would have to amount to, according to law 100%. A high first day at school rate is to be found indications of a high education formation of a country and nearly only in industrialized countries. In developing countries it amounts to often only 20%. Here it is to be considered however that the school beginners are predominantly male in these countries, i.e. the first day at school rate among men is clearly more highly and lower among women clearly than 20%.

 

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