Costa Rica - Share of Male Over-Age Students in Primary Education
Since 2013, Costa Rica Share of Male Over-Age Students in Primary Education was down by 2.1points year on year. With 11.98 Percent of Male Enrollment in 2018, the country was number 41 among other countries in Share of Male Over-Age Students in Primary Education. Costa Rica is overtaken by Guatemala, which was number 40 with 12.43 Percent of Male Enrollment and is followed by Djibouti with 11.93 Percent of Male Enrollment. Liberia ranked the highest with 60 Percent of Male Enrollment in 2015, that is a decrease of 1.2points compared to 2014. South Sudan, Solomon Islands and Eswatini respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Estonia witnessed the best average annual growth at +31.7points per year, while Maldives witnessed the worst performance at -30.9points per year.
|Date||Percent of Male Enrollment|
How does Costa Rica rank in Share of Male Over-Age Students in Primary Education?
|#||169 Countries||Percent of Male Enrollment||Last||YoY||5‑years CAGR|
|60.00 %||2015||-1.2 %||NA||View data|
|50.20 %||2015||NA||+0.0 %||View data|
|12.43 %||2018||+0.1 %||-2.9 %||View data|
|11.98 %||2018||-0.7 %||-2.0 %||View data|
|11.93 %||2018||-13.8 %||NA||View data|