In order to calculate the share of children in each state attending school, you must know how many children were enrolled in a school system in that state.
In the United States, the US Census Bureau reports that between 2010 and 2020, the share enrolled in public school systems in each year increased from 0.3% to 1.4%.
This is due to more students attending public school and students participating in a higher percentage of the school day.
In India, however, the figure is quite different: Between 2010 and 2021, the number of students enrolled in Indian public schools dropped from 1.5% to 0.4%, and the proportion attending school dropped from 23.5 to 19.3%.
However, the two data sets are not comparable.
The US Census reported that the share attending school rose from 3.6% to 4.6%, and Indian Census reported a drop of 4.5%.
According to data from the Education Ministry, the proportion at school fell from 2.4% to 2.2%.
The reason for this discrepancy?
India’s education system is a mixture of private and public schools, with both private and state governments funding education for a much larger share of the population than the US.
While the share in the US is less than that in India, the state’s education policy dictates that the percentage of students attending school must be equal to the state government’s enrolment target.
This means that a higher share of Indian children attend public schools than their US counterparts.
To determine the share that the Indian government funds, the government of India has taken a holistic approach.
In order for a state to have a high school graduation rate, the percentage that the state has of its students participating at least once in a year is required.
To get an accurate reading on the share the state gets, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) published data for each state from 2011 to 2021.
As you can see in the table below, the Indian Education Ministry provides data on the percentage, or percentage of children participating in each school year.
This is a snapshot of what the Indian Government had to say about the share at school in the country.
While India has a high percentage of public school students participating, it has a very different number of schools.
In contrast to the US, the total number of public schools in India has declined significantly.
The total number in India is around 2.3 million, down from 3 million in 2010.
As a result, India’s share at public school has fallen from 27.9% to 21.3%, but the share has grown over time.
While the percentage at school has declined in India as a result of higher enrolment, there is still a lot of variance in the data.
The Indian government also publishes data on how many students are enrolled in state-run schools, but these data are often difficult to understand because they are only reported as the number in the state.
This is because some states report only their number of pupils enrolled in schools, while others report both their number and the percentage.
The data for 2017 is an example of this discrepancy.
The NCES reports that as of July 2018, the ratio of public and private schools in the Indian state of Kerala was around 30% and 21.1%, respectively.
This shows that while the proportion attended school by Indian children has increased, the average number of school days in public schools has dropped from 20.7 to 17.3.
In order to measure the impact of the India’s educational reforms, we need to understand what impact these reforms have had on the number and share of students at public and state schools.
We can compare this data with the US to determine whether or not these changes have affected the share and/or number of children at public schools.
For US students, there has been a gradual increase in enrollment in state schools, and the share increased from 24.2% to 26.6%.
This was due to a decrease in the number attending private schools, as reported by the Education Department.
As such, the rate of enrolment in private schools is higher in the United State, but there has also been an increase in enrolment by Indian students.
As of 2019, the United Kingdom has the second-highest share at state schools at 15.1% and the third-highest at private schools at 9.9%.
This indicates that the growth in the share is due mostly to enrolment at state-funded schools.
However, it is important to note that the United states’ public school enrolment is not the same as that of India.
As per data from Education Department, the population of India was more than 4 billion people in 2015, while India’s enrolments are estimated to be around 5.5 billion people.
This does not mean that the numbers of students participating are the same in India and the United Republic of States, as there are large differences in the enrolment of students in the two countries.
In fact, the