The World Inequality Database on Education (WIDE) brings together data from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS), Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS), other national household surveys and learning assessments from over 160 countries.
It allows you to compare education outcomes on 3 levels: between countries, between groups within countries, and between overlapping disparities, according to factors that are associated with inequality, including gender, location, wealth, and ethnicity.
are still in primary school in Haiti due to late enrolment
living in rural areas in low-income countries transition to lower secondary education compared to 91% of those in urban areasLearn more
of the poorest
poorest in sub-Saharan Africa complete lower secondary school compared to 70% of the richestLearn more