Education

Among the male Registry participants who were 25 years of age or older, 2% of hemophilia A participants and 7% of hemophilia B participants had less than a high-school education. Thirty-two percent of hemophilia A participants and 31% of hemophilia B participants were high-school graduates or had passed their General Educational Development (GED) exam. Fifty-eight percent of those with hemophilia A and 53% of those with hemophilia B had more than a high-school education. Education was other or unknown for 9% of hemophilia A participants and 10% for hemophilia B participants (Figure 7).

Figure 7. Highest education among male Registry participants, ages 25 years and older, with hemophilia A or B
Figure 7. Highest education among male Registry participants, ages 25 years and older, with hemophilia A or B

Figure 7. Highest education among male Registry participants, ages 25 years and older, with hemophilia A or B
Hemophilia A Hemophilia B
Education Level n % n %
Less than high school 49 1.7% 57 6.8%
High School or High School Graduate 901 31.8% 258 30.8%
Technical School 156 5.5% 47 5.6%
Some College 356 12.6% 77 9.2%
2-year college degree (Associates) 314 11.1% 99 11.8%
4-year college degree (Bachelors) 502 17.7% 123 14.7%
Advanced Degree 302 10.7% 97 11.6%
Other 32 1.1% 6 0.7%
Unknown 217 7.7% 75 8.9%