Education in Dominica

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Education in Dominica


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Educational attainment, at least completed lower secondary, population 25+, total

26,58 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 103 in the world of 118 (13,56%); 26 place in America 29 (13,79%)
23,22 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 103 in the world of 118 (13,56%); 27 place in America 29 (10,34%)
29,94 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 95 in the world of 118 (20,34%); 26 place in America 29 (13,79%)

Educational attainment, at least completed primary, population 25+ years, total

89,44 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 47 in the world of 110 (58,18%); 8 place in America 29 (75,86%)
88,43 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 58 in the world of 110 (48,18%); 11 place in America 29 (65,52%)
90,45 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 40 in the world of 110 (64,55%); 7 place in America 29 (79,31%)

Educational attainment, at least completed short-cycle tertiary, population 25+, total

5,03 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 97 in the world of 122 (21,31%); 24 place in America 30 (23,33%)
5,23 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 104 in the world of 122 (15,57%); 24 place in America 30 (23,33%)
4,83 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 101 in the world of 122 (18,03%); 25 place in America 30 (20%)

Educational attainment, at least completed upper secondary, population 25+, total

10,77 {% of total[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 104 in the world of 114 (9,65%); 27 place in America 28 (7,14%)
11,18 {% of male[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 105 in the world of 114 (8,77%); 28 place in America 28 (3,57%)
10,36 {% of female[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 101 in the world of 114 (12,28%); 26 place in America 28 (10,71%)

School in Dominica


Children out of school

2,82 {% of total[?]}
(2009)
(ascending): 77 in the world of 171 (55,56%); 20 place in America 36 (47,22%)
43,83 % (8,77 % annual) ↘
min: 1,29; max: 15,65; max-min: 14,36 (91,74%); mid: 8,47;
-5,65 (-199,94%)
4,39 {% of male[?]}
(2009)
(ascending): 87 in the world of 164 (47,56%); 25 place in America 35 (31,43%)
5,69 % (1,14 % annual) ↗
min: 2,81; max: 19,97; max-min: 17,15 (85,90%); mid: 11,39;
-7,00 (-159,49%)
1,23 {% of female[?]}
(2009)
(ascending): 44 in the world of 164 (73,78%); 13 place in America 35 (65,71%)
86,87 % (17,37 % annual) ↗
min: 0,210; max: 12,94; max-min: 12,73 (98,38%); mid: 6,58;
-5,34 (-433,58%)

Adolescents out of school

10,51 {% of total[?]}
(2011)
(ascending): 93 in the world of 122 (24,59%); 26 place in America 30 (16,67%)
20,17 % (4,03 % annual) ↘
min: 1,10; max: 14,84; max-min: 13,73 (92,56%); mid: 7,97;
2,54 (24,16%)
12,40 {% of male[?]}
(2011)
(ascending): 87 in the world of 104 (17,31%); 27 place in America 29 (10,34%)
36,10 % (7,22 % annual) ↘
min: 7,93; max: 21,61; max-min: 13,68 (63,32%); mid: 14,77;
-2,36 (-19,05%)
8,55 {% of female[?]}
(2011)
(ascending): 40 in the world of 104 (62,50%); 11 place in America 28 (64,29%)
3,77 % (0,754 % annual) ↗
min: 7,55; max: 8,87; max-min: 1,32 (14,87%); mid: 8,21;
0,338 (3,95%)

Government expenditure on education in Dominica


Government expenditure on education, total

4,99 % of GDP[?] (1999)
(2000) (descending): 141 in the world of 180 (22,22%); 29 place in America 36 (22,22%)
30,21 % (6,04 % annual) ↗
min: 4,99; max: 7,16; max-min: 2,17 (30,29%); mid: 6,08;
-1,08 (-21,72%)

Government expenditure per student, primary

13,59 % of GDP per capita[?] (2012)
(descending): 99 in the world of 126 (22,22%); 23 place in America 27 (18,52%)
11,00 % (2,20 % annual) ↗
min: 13,59; max: 17,43; max-min: 3,85 (22,06%); mid: 15,51;
-1,92 (-14,15%)

Government expenditure per student, secondary

15,24 % of GDP per capita[?] (2010)
(descending): 49 in the world of 125 (61,60%); 7 place in America 30 (80%)

Pupil-teacher ratio in Dominica


Pupil-teacher ratio in pre-primary education

12,89 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 56 in the world of 152 (63,82%); 10 place in America 32 (71,88%)
7,08 % (1,42 % annual) ↗
min: 10,79; max: 38,33; max-min: 27,54 (71,84%); mid: 24,56;
-11,67 (-90,55%)

Pupil-teacher ratio in primary education

14,25 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 49 in the world of 178 (73,03%); 13 place in America 36 (66,67%)
12,42 % (2,48 % annual) ↗
min: 14,25; max: 38,05; max-min: 23,80 (62,55%); mid: 26,15;
-11,90 (-83,52%)

Pupil-teacher ratio in secondary education

12,16 [?] (2011)
(ascending): 13 in the world of 153 (92,16%); 6 place in America 34 (85,29%)
8,86 % (1,77 % annual) ↗
min: 12,16; max: 29,16; max-min: 17,00 (58,29%); mid: 20,66;
-8,50 (-69,88%)

Pupil-teacher ratio, lower secondary

14,66 [?] (2011)
(ascending): 60 in the world of 130 (54,62%); 10 place in America 27 (66,67%)
1,42 % (0,283 % annual) ↗
min: 14,55; max: 21,47; max-min: 6,92 (32,23%); mid: 18,01;
-3,35 (-22,85%)

Pupil-teacher ratio, tertiary

14,24 [?] (1993)
(1995) (ascending): 39 in the world of 158 (75,95%); 6 place in America 30 (83,33%)
35,67 % (7,13 % annual) ↘
min: 3,41; max: 16,45; max-min: 13,04 (79,26%); mid: 9,93;
4,30 (30,24%)

Pupil-teacher ratio, upper secondary

7,93 [?] (2014)
(ascending): 10 in the world of 124 (92,74%); 6 place in America 30 (83,33%)
39,74 % (7,95 % annual) ↗
min: 7,93; max: 21,47; max-min: 13,53 (63,04%); mid: 14,70;
-6,77 (-85,29%)