Graduation rate

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10.12.2021

Frequency of data release:  annualy

Type of observation period: yearly data

Available time series:  2009-2020

Disaggregation:  Poland; voivodships; type of school; sex of graduates; rate type

Statistical concepts and definitions:    Graduation rate refers to the number of graduates at the specified level of education (graduates of any age for gross rate or at the typical graduation age on the specified education level for net rate) divided by the population at the typical graduation age on the specified education level.

Gross graduation rate – the total number of graduates (of any age) at the specified level of education divided by total population at the typical graduation age on the specified education level.

Net graduation rate is calculated by dividing the total number of graduates at the typical graduation age on the specified education level by total population at the typical graduation age on the specified education level.

Additional methodological notes:  Observation period concerns school year.

Due to the carried reform of the education system, in case of primary schools for the school years (2017/2018 and 2016/2017), there are missing data (no graduates for these periods).

Data concern graduates from schools for children and youth (excluding special schools).

Data source, datadisposer:  Data sets from information systems of the Ministry of Education and Science; elaboration of results – Statistics Poland; Statistical Office in Gdansk

Available data formats:  xlsx, csv

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