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Education: Cleethorpes

Volume 470: debated on Tuesday 15 January 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills what percentage of 18 to 24-year-olds in Cleethorpes constituency were in full-time education in each year since 1997. (176869)

Annual average estimates of the proportion of people in full-time education by age are available at a local level from the annual population survey (APS) and its predecessors the local labour force survey (LLFS) and the labour force survey local area data base (LFS LADB). Estimates for Cleethorpes for 18-24 year-olds for 2006 and back to 2000 are shown in the following table. The data are not available for earlier years at constituency level. These small area estimates are based on very small samples and are therefore subject to high sampling variability. They should therefore be treated with caution and in particular changes from year to year should not be used in isolation from the figures for a run of years. Regional and national estimates have been shown for comparison. These are available back to 1997.

Percentage of 18-24 year-olds1 in full-time education

Cleethorpes

Yorkshire and the Humber

England

1997-982

n/a

23

24

1998-992

n/a

25

25

1999-002

n/a

26

26

2000-013

16

24

26

2001-023

19

24

26

2002-033

24

28

26

2003-043

18

27

27

20044

17

28

27

20054

16

30

28

20064

21

24

27

n/a = Not available. 1 Based on age as at the time of the survey. 2 LFS LADB estimates based on the average of the 12 months from March to the following February. 3 LLFS estimates based on the average of the 12 months from March to the following February. 4 APS estimates are for the average of the calendar year from January to December.