This page has a list of countries by UIS: Percentage of population age 25+ whose highest level of education is lower secondary, both sexes, according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. The percentage of population (age 25 and over) with completed lower secondary education (ISCED 2) as the highest level of educational attainment. This indicator is calculated by dividing the number of persons aged 25 years and above who completed lower secondary education as the highest level of educational attainment by the total population of the same age group and multiplying the result by 100. The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) educational attainment dataset shows the educational composition of the population aged 25 years and above and hence the stock and quality of human capital within a country. The dataset also reflects the structure and performance of the education system and its accumulated impact on human capital formation. For more information, visit the UNESCO Institute for Statistics website: http://www.uis.unesco.org/

  • Colombia
    4.67 %
  • Cayman Islands
    4.96 %
  • Cyprus
    8.79 %
  • Czech Republic
    8.8 %
  • Germany
    12.84 %
  • Denmark
    14.1 %
  • Dominican Republic
    18.57 %
  • Ecuador
    9.33 %
  • Spain
    27.31 %
  • Estonia
    12.37 %
  • France
    14.11 %
  • Greece
    10.16 %
  • Greenland
    57.26 %
  • Hungary
    21.12 %
  • Indonesia
    16.31 %
  • Israel
    7.73 %
  • Italy
    29.31 %
  • Mali
    2.92 %