Percentage of students have in the educational system at the age of 15 years, by immigrant status

This indicator enables us to know the distribution of students according to their origin and, therefore, the weight that students of immigrant origin, both first- and second-generation, have in the educational system.

PISA (the Programme for International Student Assessment) defines as first-generation immigrant students those not born in the country of assessment and as second-generation immigrant students those born in the country of assessment with both parents foreign-born.

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