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High school Index

The high-school index is one of the three components of the Education index. The high-school index depends on the number of high-schools in the country and the number needed. If the number needed is equal to the number available, the high-school index will move gradually to 100.
The education index tends to move in the direction of the lower of the three partial indexes: the school index, the high-school index and the university index.
It does not make sense to increase only one of the three components because the education index will remain similar to the lowest of the three.

Increasing the high-schools index is easy: Build new high-schools but always make sure you have teachers. If you don't have the teachers you need, some high-schools will be closed.

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High school Index The high-school index is one of the three components of the Education index. The high-school index depends on the number of high-schools in the country and the number needed. If the number needed is equal to the number available, the high-school index will move gradually to 100.
The education index tends to move in the direction of the lower of the three partial indexes: the school index, the high-school index and the university index.
It does not make sense to increase only one of the three components because the education index will remain similar to the lowest of the three.

Increasing the high-schools index is easy: Build new high-schools but always make sure you have teachers. If you don't have the teachers you need, some high-schools will be closed.