Deprivation and Marginalization in Education (DME)
- DME Home
Select a country and use the four tools on this page to see how educational marginalization works within each country.
- Key marginalization statistics highlights four measures for the country as a whole:
- education poverty – the proportion of the population with less than 4 years of education
- extreme education poverty – the proportion with less than 2 years
- what proportion of the poorest 20% are also in the bottom 20% of the education distribution
- what proportion of 7-16 year olds have never been to school
- Education poverty by dimension shows how education poverty varies by ethnic group, gender, language group, region, urban or rural location, and wealth quintile.
- Select a dimension to explore indicators Education marginalization by dimension in the next table.
- Use the final chart, Average number of years of schooling by wealth, location and gender to see how these three dimensions combine to reinforce marginalization.
- Data are for the population aged 17 to 22 unless otherwise stated
- Regions presented are the first official administrative division level except the following which are geographic areas rather than official administrative divisions: Colombia, Egypt, Guatemala, Iraq, Jordan, Lao PDR, Libya, Montenegro, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sao Tome and Principe, Somalia, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine.