1961 Census of England and Wales, Education Tables, Table 4 : " Population aged 25 and over by 7 Terminal Education Age groups (10% sample) for AC, LAA, Con Centres, NT".

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Sex Total population aged 25 and over
[1]
Terminal Education Age not stated
[2]
Terminal Education Age
Total (excluding not stated)
[3]
Under 15
[4]
15
[5]
16
[6]
17-19
[7]
20 and over
[8]
Full time education continuing
[9]
England and Wales Dep Total   Males 1,392,875 Show data context 89,582 Show data context 1,303,293 Show data context 911,109 Show data context 154,769 Show data context 108,948 Show data context 72,680 Show data context 53,454 Show data context 2,333 Show data context
    1,566,898 Show data context 113,330 Show data context 1,453,568 Show data context 1,030,070 Show data context 167,576 Show data context 119,825 Show data context 92,993 Show data context 42,348 Show data context 756 Show data context
England Dep Drill-down Males 1,312,093 Show data context 82,317 Show data context 1,229,776 Show data context 861,640 Show data context 144,405 Show data context 102,952 Show data context 68,578 Show data context 49,973 Show data context 2,228 Show data context
  Females 1,478,264 Show data context 104,805 Show data context 1,373,459 Show data context 975,951 Show data context 156,504 Show data context 113,072 Show data context 87,681 Show data context 39,517 Show data context 734 Show data context
Wales Dep Drill-down Males 80,782 Show data context 7,265 Show data context 73,517 Show data context 49,469 Show data context 10,364 Show data context 5,996 Show data context 4,102 Show data context 3,481 Show data context 105 Show data context
  Females 88,634 Show data context 8,525 Show data context 80,109 Show data context 54,119 Show data context 11,072 Show data context 6,753 Show data context 5,312 Show data context 2,831 Show data context 22 Show data context

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