1 United Kingdom

Key:
Indicator is moving in a upward trajectory (Based on 2008-2012 trend)
Indicator is moving in a downward trajectory (Based on 2008-2012 trend)
Above average
1 ≥ standard deviations
0.7 standard deviations
0.4 standard deviations
0.1 standard deviations
Below average
1 ≥ standard deviations
0.7 standard deviations
0.4 standard deviations
0.1 standard deviations
Population School Aged Pop Birth Rate GDP/pc (Constant) Inequality (Gini) Human Development Index
64,100,000 13% 1.9 $42,000 36 0.89 (Very High)

Pre-Primary

76 Net Enrolment Rate
2015 Est.
Grade 1 Entrants With ECCE Experience
74%
School Life Expectancy (years)
1.65
Net Enrolment Rate Above average by 0.1 standard deviations and has little recorded momentum
ECCE Experience Above average by 1.6 standard deviations and has little recorded momentum
School Life Expectancy Below average by 12.6 standard deviations and growing by 0.04 per year

Primary

99 Adjusted Net Enrolment Rate
2015 Est.
Out-Of-School Children Change (2000-2015)
918%
School Life Expectancy (years)
6.61
Adjusted Net Enrolment Rate Above average by 0.8 standard deviations and falling by 0.1 per year
Out-Of-School Children An estimated 918% increase between 2000 & 2015, growing by 1380 children per year
School Life Expectancy Below average by 5.8 standard deviations and growing by 0.03 per year

Lower Secondary

95 Adjusted Net Enrolment Rate
2015 Est.
Out-Of-School Children Change (2000-2015)
221%
School Life Expectancy (years)
6.9
Adjusted Net Enrolment Rate Above average by 2.5 standard deviations and falling by 0.4 per year
Out-Of-School Children An estimated 221% increase between 2000 & 2015, growing by 1300 children per year
School Life Expectancy Above average by 3.2 standard deviations and falling by 0.01 per year

Upper Secondary

96 Adjusted Net Enrolment Rate
2015 Est.
Youth Unemployment
21.3%
Gross Enrolment Ratio
99
Adjusted Net Enrolment Rate Above average by 2.5 standard deviations and growing by 0.6 per year
Youth Unemployment Above average by 0.9 standard deviations and growing by 0.5 per year
Gross Enrolment Ratio Above average by 3.7 standard deviations and falling by 0.1 per year

Inequality

Disabilities Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Optional Protocol

Signed the Convention

Ratified the Convention

Signed the Protocol

Ratified the Protocol

Pre-primary Primary Lower Secondary Upper Secondary
Gender Parity Index
2015 Est.
0.99 0.93 0.91 1.04
Urban Rural
Urban-Rural Primary Dropout Rate 1.4 2.1
Top 20% Bottom 20%
Income Students with 1 Year ECCE 60% 46%
Primary Dropout Rate 1.3% 4%
Shadow Education In 2014, 23% of young people reported receiving private tutoring. There was a gap of 24 percentage points between the most and least affluent families (Sutton Trust, 2014).

Quality

Funding
(% of GDP)
Funding
(% of Budget)
5.41% 15.82%
Youth Literacy Rate Adult Literacy Rate
90% 83%
Learning
(Students at Lowest Benchmark)
Learning
(Students at Highest Benchmark)
Math 21.8% # Math 11.8% #
Science N/A Science N/A
Reading N/A Reading N/A
Pre-primary Primary Lower Secondary Upper Secondary
Funding (% of GDP) 1.07 Funding (% of GDP) 1.73 Funding (% of GDP) 1.25 Funding (% of GDP)
Teacher-Student Ratio 18 Teacher-Student Ratio 17 Teacher-Student Ratio 15 Teacher-Student Ratio 10
Trained Teachers 100% Trained Teachers 100% Trained Teachers 99% Trained Teachers 98%

"Averages" are calculated globally and clustered by Human Development Index levels (Very High, High, Medium, Low) using historical data to project 2015 figures.

‡ TIMSS-PIRLS
# PISA
† SACMEQ