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Educational Attainment

Using data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and key performance measures from the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority, the following is a state-by-state comparison (over an 11-year period) of the level of educational attainment achieved by young Australians by the time they have reached their early to mid-twenties. States and territories have been ordered highest to lowest in terms of their 2019 performance.

A summary report and short PowerPoint presentation of the state-by-state comparison is available on request.

Australian Capital Territory

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

Victoria

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

New South Wales

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

Western Australia

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

Queensland

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

Tasmania

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

South Australia

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

Northern Territory

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

National Trend

Source: ABS, Cat. No. 6227.0, Education and Work, Australia, May 2019 (Table 30)

 

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