11we -- Discontinuation of sector of education and education leading to a qualification by municipality, school year 2007/2008 -- school year 2016/2017
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3/14/2019
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Unit
Number of students on 20 September used in calculating discontinuation:
number
Discontinued studies in the sector of education concerned, %:
prosentti
Discontinued completely education leading to a qualification, %:
prosentti
Next update
3/14/2020
Creation date
3/14/2019
Source
Discontinuation of education, Statistics Finland
Matrix
004_11we_2016
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Numbers of students used in calculating discontinuation differ from total numbers of students, because part of students had to be removed from the data due to insufficient personal identity codes, for example.

Discontinuation data are not reported for groups of under 45 students due to the effect of random variation. However, these data are included in total numbers. The regional division used in the entire time series is from 2017.

In the data published on 9 March 2015, the numbers of those having discontinued vocational education in the region of Ostrobothnia in the school year 2012/2013 are higher than usual, because around 400 students were missing from the numbers of students in vocational education in the area of Vaasa in 2013.