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Latin America and Caribbean Compared by Education > Ratio of female to male primary enrollment

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

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Saint Kitts and Nevis 105.57 2005
2 Bermuda 103.31 2005
3 Suriname 100.41 2005
4 Jamaica 100.27 2004
5 Barbados 99.84 2005
6 Honduras 99.79 2004
7 Ecuador 99.78 2005
8 Bolivia 99.76 2004
9 The Bahamas 99.62 2005
10 Peru 99.47 2004
11 Argentina 99.3 2003
12 Dominica 98.87 2005
13 Costa Rica 98.78 2005
14 Colombia 98.19 2005
15 Guyana 98.17 2004
16 Mexico 98.11 2004
17 Venezuela 97.99 2005
18 Uruguay 97.76 2003
19 Belize 97.61 2005
20 Nicaragua 97.17 2005
21 Panama 97.07 2005
22 Trinidad and Tobago 96.99 2005
23 Paraguay 96.74 2003
24 Aruba 96.52 2005
25 El Salvador 96.44 2005
26 Grenada 95.86 2005
27 Chile 95.38 2004
28 Cuba 95.36 2005
29 Dominican Republic 95.22 2005
30 Brazil 94.49 2003
31 Haiti 94.4 1991
32 Guatemala 92.33 2005
33 Saint Lucia 92.16 2005
34 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 89.76 2005
35 Cayman Islands 88.73 2005

Citation

Latin America and Caribbean Compared by Education > Ratio of female to male primary enrollment

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Interesting observations about Education > Ratio of female to male primary enrollment

  • Iran ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Muslim countries in 2005.
  • Bermuda ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Hot countries in 2005.
  • Afghanistan has ranked last for ratio of female to male primary enrollment since 1999.
  • Armenia ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Christian countries in 2005.
  • The Gambia ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2004.
  • Mauritania ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Former French colonies in 2005.
  • Iraq ranked last for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst OPEC countries in 2005.
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Latin America and Caribbean in 2005.
  • Mongolia ranked first for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst East Asia and Pacific in 2005.
  • Israel ranked third for ratio of female to male primary enrollment amongst Middle Eastern and North Africa in 2004.
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