Saudi Arabia - Children out of school

Children out of school, primary

The value for Children out of school, primary in Saudi Arabia was 120,921 as of 2014. As the graph below shows, over the past 35 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 804,217 in 1979 and a minimum value of 120,921 in 2014.

Definition: Children out of school are the number of primary-school-age children not enrolled in primary or secondary school.

Source: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.

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Year Value
1979 804,217
2009 501,172
2010 323,273
2011 311,206
2012 232,751
2013 133,206
2014 120,921

Children out of school, primary, female

The value for Children out of school, primary, female in Saudi Arabia was 84,620 as of 2014. As the graph below shows, over the past 35 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 482,631 in 1979 and a minimum value of 84,620 in 2014.

Definition: Children out of school are the number of primary-school-age children not enrolled in primary or secondary school.

Source: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.

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Year Value
1979 482,631
2009 257,331
2010 156,719
2011 144,865
2012 100,318
2013 86,350
2014 84,620

Children out of school, female (% of female primary school age)

Children out of school, female (% of female primary school age) in Saudi Arabia was 5.05 as of 2014. Its highest value over the past 35 years was 69.25 in 1979, while its lowest value was 5.05 in 2014.

Definition: Children out of school are the percentage of primary-school-age children who are not enrolled in primary or secondary school. Children in the official primary age group that are in preprimary education should be considered out of school.

Source: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.

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Year Value
1979 69.25
2009 15.63
2010 9.53
2011 8.79
2012 6.10
2013 5.22
2014 5.05

Children out of school, primary, male

The value for Children out of school, primary, male in Saudi Arabia was 36,301 as of 2014. As the graph below shows, over the past 35 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 321,586 in 1979 and a minimum value of 36,301 in 2014.

Definition: Children out of school are the number of primary-school-age children not enrolled in primary or secondary school.

Source: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.

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Year Value
1979 321,586
2009 243,841
2010 166,554
2011 166,341
2012 132,433
2013 46,856
2014 36,301

Children out of school, male (% of male primary school age)

Children out of school, male (% of male primary school age) in Saudi Arabia was 2.06 as of 2014. Its highest value over the past 35 years was 45.36 in 1979, while its lowest value was 2.06 in 2014.

Definition: Children out of school are the percentage of primary-school-age children who are not enrolled in primary or secondary school. Children in the official primary age group that are in preprimary education should be considered out of school.

Source: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.

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Year Value
1979 45.36
2009 14.35
2010 9.77
2011 9.71
2012 7.72
2013 2.71
2014 2.06

Children out of school (% of primary school age)

Children out of school (% of primary school age) in Saudi Arabia was 3.52 as of 2014. Its highest value over the past 35 years was 57.20 in 1979, while its lowest value was 3.52 in 2014.

Definition: Children out of school are the percentage of primary-school-age children who are not enrolled in primary or secondary school. Children in the official primary age group that are in preprimary education should be considered out of school.

Source: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics.

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Year Value
1979 57.20
2009 14.98
2010 9.65
2011 9.26
2012 6.93
2013 3.93
2014 3.52

Classification

Topic: Education Indicators

Sub-Topic: Participation