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Education > Participation > Total enrollment > Primary > Male > % net: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Total enrollment is the number of pupils of the school-age group for primary education, enrolled either in primary or secondary education, expressed as a percentage of the total population in that age group.".

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Japan 100% 1995
2 Argentina 99.91% 1998
3 Spain 99.9% 2008
4 United Kingdom 99.75% 2008
5 Italy 99.67% 2007
6 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 99.63% 2005
7 Bahrain 99.61% 2008
8 Cuba 99.58% 2008
9 Belize 99.5% 2008
10 Aruba 99.46% 2008
11 Portugal 99.44% 2007
12 Mexico 99.41% 2008
=13 Tajikistan 99.4% 2008
=13 Greece 99.4% 2007
15 Netherlands 99.32% 2008
16 Canada 99.3% 2000
17 Syria 99.29% 2000
=18 Qatar 99.24% 2003
=18 Cyprus 99.24% 2008
20 New Zealand 99.22% 2008
21 Panama 99.21% 2008
22 Sri Lanka 99.14% 2008
23 United Arab Emirates 99.09% 2007
24 Mongolia 99.08% 2008
25 France 99.05% 2008
26 Kazakhstan 99% 2009
27 Benin 98.95% 2008
28 Germany 98.94% 2004
29 Vanuatu 98.91% 2005
30 Switzerland 98.79% 2008
31 Madagascar 98.78% 2007
32 Tunisia 98.77% 2007
33 Latvia 98.73% 1999
34 Norway 98.58% 2008
35 Guyana 98.5% 2008
36 Belgium 98.36% 2008
37 Ecuador 98.33% 1999
38 Palau 98.3% 2000
39 Indonesia 98.16% 1997
=40 Croatia 97.94% 2007
=40 Grenada 97.94% 2008
42 Guatemala 97.92% 2008
43 Uruguay 97.68% 2007
44 Slovenia 97.54% 2008
45 Iceland 97.49% 2008
46 Maldives 97.3% 2008
47 Bulgaria 97.27% 2008
48 India 97.25% 2007
49 Brunei 97.21% 2008
50 Tonga 97.15% 2004
=51 Peru 97% 2008
=51 Vietnam 97% 2001
European Union average (profile) 96.96% 2007
53 Austria 96.9% 1999
54 China 96.84% 1997
55 Azerbaijan 96.83% 2008
NATO countries average (profile) 96.72% 2006
56 Luxembourg 96.68% 2008
=57 Australia 96.58% 2008
=57 Israel 96.58% 2008
59 Samoa 96.49% 2007
60 Romania 96.43% 2008
61 Lithuania 96.42% 2008
62 Estonia 96.38% 2008
63 Algeria 96.36% 2008
64 Ireland 96.33% 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 96.33% 1996
65 Tanzania 96.29% 2006
66 Georgia 96.28% 2007
67 Finland 96.22% 2008
68 Malaysia 96.2% 2007
69 Honduras 96.15% 2008
70 Uganda 95.99% 2008
71 Brazil 95.94% 2008
72 Zambia 95.93% 2008
73 Turkey 95.75% 2008
74 Serbia and Montenegro 95.65% 2008
75 Trinidad and Tobago 95.57% 2008
=76 Hungary 95.45% 2008
=76 Poland 95.45% 2007
Eurozone average (profile) 95.43% 1996
78 Denmark 95.36% 2007
79 Sweden 94.99% 2008
80 Chile 94.91% 2007
81 El Salvador 94.74% 2008
82 Rwanda 94.66% 2008
83 Bolivia 94.58% 2007
84 Cameroon 94.28% 2008
85 Kuwait 94.25% 2008
86 Seychelles 94.2% 2003
87 Saint Lucia 93.86% 2008
88 Belarus 93.71% 2008
89 Colombia 93.47% 2008
=90 Jordan 93.06% 2008
=90 Nicaragua 93.06% 2008
92 Saint Kitts and Nevis 93.05% 2005
93 Iraq 92.99% 2005
94 Cayman Islands 92.94% 2008
95 Mauritius 92.76% 2008
96 United States 92.62% 2008
97 Russia 92.13% 1995
98 Morocco 91.96% 2008
99 South Africa 91.92% 2007
100 Venezuela 91.72% 2008
101 Uzbekistan 91.57% 2008
102 Armenia 91.56% 2007
=103 Philippines 91.09% 2008
=103 Kyrgyzstan 91.09% 2008
105 Togo 91.02% 2007
106 Malta 90.96% 2007
=107 Moldova 90.95% 2008
=107 Antigua and Barbuda 90.95% 2008
109 Burundi 90.73% 2007
110 Suriname 90.66% 2008
111 Albania 90.62% 2004
112 Paraguay 90.54% 2007
113 The Bahamas 90.52% 2008
114 Cambodia 90.37% 2008
115 Zimbabwe 89.79% 2006
116 Fiji 89.77% 2008
117 Lebanon 89.54% 2008
118 Thailand 89.44% 2008
119 Ukraine 89.15% 2008
120 Malawi 88.46% 2008
121 Czech Republic 88.21% 2006
122 Namibia 88.14% 2008
123 Botswana 88.11% 2006
124 Sao Tome and Principe 87.86% 1999
125 Liechtenstein 87.55% 2008
126 Bhutan 87.19% 2009
127 Costa Rica 86.87% 1991
128 Cape Verde 85.53% 2008
129 Saudi Arabia 85.16% 2008
130 Liberia 84.74% 2000
131 Bangladesh 84.68% 2008
132 Laos 84.1% 2008
South Asia average (profile) 83.25% 2006
133 Mozambique 82.44% 2008
134 Swaziland 82.14% 2007
135 Ethiopia 81.95% 2008
136 Gabon 81.81% 2001
137 Kenya 81.8% 2008
138 Jamaica 81.79% 2008
139 Dominican Republic 81.67% 2008
140 Mali 81.14% 2008
141 Nepal 80.59% 2000
142 Comoros 79.39% 2000
143 East Timor 78.82% 2008
144 Turks and Caicos Islands 77.47% 2005
145 Guinea 77.34% 2008
146 Ghana 76.47% 2008
147 Central African Republic 76.33% 2008
148 Senegal 74.58% 2008
149 Mauritania 74.26% 2008
150 Pakistan 72.24% 2008
151 Chad 72.19% 2003
152 Equatorial Guinea 71.81% 2003
153 Dominica 71.66% 2008
154 Lesotho 71.31% 2007
155 Oman 70.92% 2008
156 Papua New Guinea 70.79% 1990
157 The Gambia 69.18% 2008
158 Burkina Faso 68.31% 2009
159 Solomon Islands 66.9% 2007
160 Marshall Islands 66.79% 2007
161 Congo, Republic of the 66.09% 2006
162 Nigeria 65.84% 2007
163 Cote d'Ivoire 63.5% 2003
164 Guinea-Bissau 61.01% 2000
165 Niger 60.06% 2009
166 Haiti 57.2% 1997
167 Angola 55.37% 1998
168 Djibouti 51.12% 2008
169 Sudan 45.69% 2000
170 Eritrea 42.9% 2008
171 Afghanistan 40.78% 1993
172 Democratic Republic of the Congo 33.56% 1999

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Participation > Total enrollment > Primary > Male > % net. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Participation/Total-enrollment/Primary/Male/%-net

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