Iceland reports Increased participation in lifelong learning

In 2015, there was a great increase in lifelong learning, when 27.5% of the population aged 25-64 took part, either in school or with an instructor, 45,700 persons. This is an increase of 3,600 persons and 1.9 percentage points from 2014. The share of the population aged 25-64 taking part in lifelong learning increased somewhat since 2003. In 2003, 22.2% of the population took part in lifelong learning but the proportion was greatest in 2006 when it was 27.6%. The participation in lifelong learning in 2015 is again approaching the level of 2006.