Average years of schooling, ages 15-19, quintile 4 (years) - for all countries


The series "Average years of schooling" contains 112,319 data rows in 74 data sets for 159 countries.
Average years of schooling by age group. Age 15-19. Quintile 4 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 4 population of the given age group.
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Average years of schooling, ages 15-19, quintile 4 (years) Average years of schooling by age group. Age 15-19. Quintile 4 is the number of years of formal schooling received, on average, by the quintile 4 population of the given age group. /statistic/average%20years%20of%20schooling%2C%20ages%2015-19%2C%20quintile%204

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