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Europe Compared by Education > High school > Gender ratio

DEFINITION: Ratio of female to male secondary enrollment is the percentage of girls to boys enrolled at secondary level in public and private schools.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Portugal 107.15 2007
2 Ireland 106.44 2008
3 Spain 105.83 2008
4 Finland 104.88 2008
5 Armenia 104.61 2008
6 Moldova 103.44 2008
7 Iceland 103.33 2008
8 Luxembourg 103.17 2008
9 Croatia 103.1 2007
10 Denmark 103.07 2007
11 Estonia 102.94 2008
12 Latvia 102.58 2008
13 United Kingdom 102.39 2008
14 Belarus 102.19 2007
15 Malta 102.17 2007
16 Bosnia and Herzegovina 101.93 2008
17 Czech Republic 101.3 2008
18 Cyprus 101.11 2008
19 Slovakia 100.88 2008
20 Monaco 100.67 2009
21 France 100.25 2008
22 Lithuania 100.24 2008
23 Slovenia 99.37 2008
24 Sweden 99.24 2008
25 Italy 99.03 2007
26 Romania 98.98 2008
27 Poland 98.96 2007
28 Hungary 98.34 2008
29 Netherlands 98.2 2008
30 Ukraine 98.06 2008
31 Norway 97.81 2008
32 Azerbaijan 97.55 2008
33 Germany 97.54 2008
34 Russia 97.02 2008
35 Belgium 96.83 2008
36 Albania 96.68 2004
37 Bulgaria 96.5 2008
38 Austria 95.95 2008
39 Georgia 95.77 2008
40 Switzerland 95.36 2008
41 Greece 94.67 2007
42 Turkey 88.57 2008
43 Liechtenstein 85.8 2008

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Europe Compared by Education > High school > Gender ratio

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Interesting observations about Education > High school > Gender ratio

  • 7 of the top 8 countries by high school > gender ratio are Hot countries.
  • All of the top 2 countries by high school > gender ratio are Former British Colonies'.
  • 7 of the top 11 countries by high school > gender ratio are Christian.
  • Qatar has had the highest high school > gender ratio since 2005.
  • Lesotho has ranked in the top 3 for high school > gender ratio since 1980.
  • Suriname has ranked in the top 2 for high school > gender ratio since 2002.
  • 24 of the bottom 28 countries by high school > gender ratio are Sub-Saharan African.
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