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Indonesia Education Statistics 2011

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    UIS STATISTICS IN BRIEF Education (all levels) profile - Indonesia East Asia and the Pacific    2011   GENERAL INFORMATION Total population (000)242 326Annual population growth rate (%) ^1.0Population 0-14 years (%)27Rural population (%) ^49Total fertility rate (births per woman) ^2.1Infant mortality rate (0/00) ^25Life expectancy at birth (years) ^69HIV rate (%) in adults (15-49 years) ^0.3Poverty (% of pop. on less than $2 a day) ^ (2010) 46GDP per capita (PPP) US$ ^4 636GDP growth rate (%) ^6.5Total debt service as a % of GNI (%) ^3.8Children of primary school-age who are out ofschool (%)1 PARTICIPATION IN EDUCATION Percentages of children in school are represented by Gross Enrolment Ratios (GER) and Net Enrolment Rates (NER). GER is the number of pupilsenrolled in a given level of education regardless of age expressed as a percentage of the population in the theoretical age group for that level ofeducation. The GER may be greater than 100% when students younger or older than the official age for a given level of education are enrolled in thatlevel. NER is the number of pupils in the theoretical age group who are enrolled expressed as a percentage of the same population. PRE-PRIMARY ENROLMENT Pre-primary19911999200220112011RegionalaverageMF17 (**) 23 (**) 264662GER(%)M... (**) 22 (**) 254561F... (**) 23 (**) 274662 46% of children are enrolled in pre-primary school  PRIMARY ENROLMENT Primary19911999200220112011RegionalaverageMF111...110118111GER(%)M112...111117110F109...109119112MF94...9196 (**) 96NER(%)M96...92... (**) 96F92...91... (**) 96  © UNESCO - UIS 2013  SECONDARY ENROLMENT Secondary19911999200220112011RegionalaverageMF44...568180GER(%)M48...578179F40...568181MF......5074 (**) 73NER(%)M......5074 (**) 72F......5074 (**) 74 74% of girls and 74% of boys are in secondary school  TERTIARY ENROLMENT Tertiary19911999200220112011RegionalaverageMF......152530GER(%)M......162729F......142331 25% of the population of tertiary age are in tertiary education  PROGRESSION AND COMPLETION IN EDUCATION 2011 School life expectancy ISCED 1-6 (years)13.2Percentage of repeaters, primary (%)3Survival rate to grade 5 (%) (2010) 90Gross intake rate to last grade of primary (%)108Primary to secondary transition rate (%) (2010) 89 108% of children complete a full course of primary  The gross intake rate to last grade of primary may be greater than 100% when students younger or older than the theoretical entrance age enter the lastgrade.  © UNESCO - UIS 2013  RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION 2011 Pupil / teacher ratio (primary)16Public expenditure on education :as % of GDP2.8as % of total government expenditure15.2Distribution of public expenditure per level (%) - 2011 :pre-primary1primary40secondary25tertiary16unknown19 15.2% of government spending goes to education  Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. LITERACY RATES Literacy rates199020092011RegionalaverageMF81.592.694.7Adult (15+) %M88.095.696.9F75.389.792.5MF96.299.598.9Youth (15-24) %M97.499.698.9F95.199.498.8 92.6% of adults and 99.5% of youth are literate  Symbols used: -Magnitude nil or negligible value...Data not available.Category not applicablexChart symbol: Data not available Footnotes: All the education statistics, with the exception of the literacy data, refer to the year 2011 unlessotherwise noted. For more information on rates of out of school children, or other indicators seethe online education glossary.**UIS estimation^World Bank World Development Indicators © UNESCO - UIS 2013
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