Enrolment in upper secondary school by background, sex, and age 2008-2017
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Unit
Count/ percentage
Latest update
1/31/2019
Matrix
SKO03131
Footnotes

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Enrolment is a calculation of the number of students enrolled in school divided by the population of the same age and with the same background.
Background
Immigrants
Immigrant is defined as an individual that is born abroad and has parents that both are born abroad and have a foreign background. That means that both grandparents are born abroad.
Locals
Local is used for everyone that cannot be defined as an immigrant. Local can be seen as a broad category that includes many sub-categories. For example a person can be seen as local if they have no foreign background, if they are born abroad but have an Icelandic background, individuals that are born in Iceland and have one parent that is an immigrant, and an individual that is born abroad and has Icelandic grandparents. Second generation immigrants are categorized as local
Unit
Percentage
Enrolment is a calculation of the number of students enrolled in school divided by the population of the same age and with the same background.