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Australia - Adjusted net intake rate for primary education

83.7 (%) in 2013

In 2013, adjusted net intake rate for primary education for Australia was 83.7 %. Adjusted net intake rate for primary education of Australia increased from 86.6 % in 1992 to 83.7 % in 2013 growing at an average annual rate of 0.06 %.

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What is adjusted net intake rate for primary education?

Adjusted net intake rate (%). Primary. Total is the total enrolment in primary education of the official primary school entrance age, as a percentage of the population of the same age in a given school year. It is the equivalent of the age-specific enrolment rate of the official primary entrance age.

What is Australia adjusted net intake rate for primary education?

Date Value Change, %
2013 83.7 2.38 %
2010 81.7 1.02 %
2009 80.9 0.20 %
2008 80.8 0.29 %
2007 80.5 11.09 %
2006 72.5 -0.44 %
2005 72.8 0.14 %
2004 72.7 0.92 %
2003 72.0 6.84 %
2002 67.4 3.17 %
2001 65.4 -2.65 %
2000 67.1