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litearthacht

The ability to read and write. (Note: This is the basic meaning; the definition excludes the wider uses in English which can include oracy (speaking and listening skills) and numeracy; it also excludes the modern use of ‘literacy’ in English to mean ‘capability’, as in ‘financial literacy’, ‘emotional literacy’, etc.)

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litearthacht fheidhmeach

The ability to read and write at a level of competence that enables full participation in social and economic life.

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luathfhágálaithe scoile

The percentage of the population aged 18-24 with only lower secondary education or less and no longer in education or training:(Note: This is a pragmatic definition for EU benchmark purposes; a full dictionary definition would not specify this age-range, and a more general definition would be: Those who left school without completing secondary education, or experienced a lack of success at the end of upper secondary school, that is, left without qualifications. ‘Second chance education’ (q.v.) is intended for people meeting this description.)

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luathfhágáil

Temporary or permanent withdrawal from an education or training programme before its completion. (Note: In English this word can also refer to a person who has failed to complete a course. This usage is often derogative.)