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School participation indicators provide information on the volume and characteristics of who is participating in the formal school system at a given point in time. Participation measures include indicators describing characteristics of the student body, counts of pupils, and indicators quantifying pupil numbers relative to the size of the overall population of the respective age group.
Attendance ratios and enrollment ratios both communicate information about the number of pupils participating in the school system as a proportion of the size of the overall population. A key difference between attendance and enrollment ratios is that attendance ratios are typically gathered through household survey counts of the proportion of children reported to have participated in school at any point over a particular time period; enrollment ratios are calculated based on school census counts of the number of pupils officially enrolled in school, in combination with demographic estimates of the school age population.
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