New abilities and data can spark a lifetime of change. And the case of Colombia is representative of the pattern observed across many growing international locations, where major education enrollment rates grew significantly fast in the second half of the 20th century. The previous visualization showed the necessary progress that international locations all over the world have made concerning access to education, as measured by enrollment rates.
Here we give attention to evidence of access to education, as measured by college attendance. The interactive map reveals latest major college attendance estimates for a number of (mainly) low and middle earnings international locations in Africa, where the gaps between attendance and enrollment are largest.
The common number of years spent at school are another frequent measure of a population’s education stage. In the previous section we showed, by way of college enrollment information, that the world went by way of a …Read more