Adjusted net enrolment rate


Enrolment of the official age group for a given level of education either at that level or the levels above, expressed as a percentage of the population in that age group.

example of use

The inclusion of the ECCE in an extended EDI tends to pull down its value in many countries. For example, Tajikistan has a high EDI score (0.977), but falls to the middle category with an extended EDI score of 0.908 because it has a high stunting rate (30%) and a very low pre-primary education adjusted net enrolment ratio (26%) (UNESCO. 2014: 309).

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