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Gini coefficient of average years of schooling. Age 15+. Quintile 4 measures the degree of inequality in years of schooling in a society. It is calculated similarly to the Gini coefficient of income or wealth. Results range from 0 to 100 with 0 indicating perfect equality and 100 indicating perfect inequality.