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Education in Israel: Comparative Enrollment Rates

(Updated September 2012)

The following table charts enrollment rates for each major age group compared to other OECD countries.
Israel is above OECD average only in the youngest division (3-4 years old), but comes in marginally below average for age levels 5-14, 20-29, 30-39, and 40+. Israel's relatively low rate for ages 15-19 is primarily due to compulsory military service which begins at age 18.
Comparative enrollment age

Sources: Central Bureau of Statistics

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