Indonesia - DHS: Typology of out-of-school children. Primary. Late entry. Male

DHS: Typology of out-of-school children. Primary. Late entry. Male in Indonesia was reported at 14.99 in 2007, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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Typology of out-of-school children. Primary. Late entry. Male is defined as the proportion of male out-of-school children who are currently out of school but are expected to enter the education system later than they should. It is calculated based on UNESCO's methodology as the proportion leftover from those estimated as never in school, expressed as a percent of the proportion out-of-school for children younger than the age with the highest attendance rate.


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