Afghanistan - Percentage of male students in lower secondary education enrolled in general programmes, male

Percentage of male students in lower secondary education enrolled in general programmes, male (%) in Afghanistan was reported at 100 % in 2014, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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Total number of male students enrolled in general programmes at the lower secondary education level, expressed as a percentage of the total number of male students enrolled in all programmes (vocational and general) at the lower secondary level. General education is designed to develop learners’ general knowledge, skills and competencies and literacy and numeracy skills, often to prepare students for more advanced educational programmes at the same or higher ISCED levels and to lay the foundation for lifelong learning. General educational programmes are typically school- or college-based. General education includes educational programmes that are designed to prepare students for entry into vocational education, but that do not prepare for employment in a particular occupation or trade or class of occupations or trades, nor lead directly to a labour market relevant qualification.


Afghanistan | Education