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Latin America and Caribbean 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 Suriname 127.61 2008
2 Honduras 126.94 2008
3 Dominican Republic 118.58 2008
4 Nicaragua 113.49 2008
5 Argentina 113.19 2007
6 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 111.43 2008
7 Brazil 110.62 2008
8 Venezuela 110.21 2008
9 Colombia 110.05 2008
10 Panama 108.25 2008
11 Belize 108.22 2008
12 Trinidad and Tobago 106.93 2008
13 Aruba 106.12 2008
14 Mexico 106.1 2008
15 Costa Rica 106.09 2008
16 Bermuda 105.58 2006
17 Saint Lucia 104.18 2008
18 Jamaica 103.96 2008
19 Paraguay 103.79 2007
=20 The Bahamas 102.52 2008
=20 Chile 102.52 2007
22 El Salvador 101.54 2008
23 Ecuador 101.37 2008
24 Cayman Islands 101.17 2008
25 Guyana 100.78 2008
26 Cuba 99.49 2008
27 Peru 99.03 2008
28 Uruguay 98.85 2007
29 Saint Kitts and Nevis 98.24 2005
30 Bolivia 97.11 2007
31 Guatemala 93.49 2008
32 Dominica 92.88 2008
33 Antigua and Barbuda 92.8 2008
34 Haiti 92.37 1997
35 Grenada 91.61 2008

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