In Angola only 58% of children of primary school-age are enrolled in school — the lowest primary enrolment rate of all lower-middle-income countries in the world. Despite this Angola only allocates 20% of its education spending to primary education, much lower than the majority of the other countries at the same level of economic development.
Primary Education Expenditure and Primary Enrolment Ratio, Lower-middle Income Countries, Latest Available Data
Each dot represents a lower-middle income country.
Source: Center for Economic and Social Rights Fact Sheet No. 5 (Angola): p. 6, figure 13.