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Global Disparities in Primary Education Access

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Global Disparities in Primary Education Access: A Visual Representation of Children Out of School (% of Primary School Age)



The map visually represents the percentage of primary school-age children who are out of school in various countries.

This dataset sheds light on the challenges and disparities in primary education access globally.



Key insights from the data:

  1. Sub-Saharan African Challenges: Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, such as Somalia (85.08%), South Sudan (63.03%), and Chad (25.65%), face significant challenges in ensuring primary education for all children.
  2. Middle Eastern Concerns: Yemen (24.38%) and Saudi Arabia (62.08%) exhibit notable percentages of children out of school, reflecting regional educational challenges.
  3. Asian Disparities: Afghanistan (66.45%), Pakistan (26.71%), and Myanmar (1.56%) showcase varying degrees of access to primary education in different Asian countries.
  4. Latin American Patterns: Several Latin American countries, including Haiti (40.96%), the Dominican Republic (7.82%), and Bolivia (0.24%), present diverse scenarios in primary education access.
  5. European Success and Concerns: European nations generally have lower percentages of children out of school. However, Kosovo, with missing data, and Serbia (3.97%) still face challenges.
  6. Global Disparities: Disparities persist globally, with some countries like Finland (1.36%) and Japan (0.13%) maintaining high standards of primary education access, while others struggle with higher percentages of children out of school.



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