# The charts below show the number of girls per 100 boys in all levels of education.

The charts below show the number of girls per 100 boys in all levels of education. 0nn

The three charts below present the number of girls per 100 boys in all levels of education.
In all three levels of education can be seen large discrepancies between the girls and the boys accepted for the school year. Notably, in the developed countries those discrepancies are very small than in the developing countries. In primary education the difference between 1990 and 200 is very little. The number has risen with only 4 people, but is still much below the one of the boys. In the developed countries for the same education the situation is similar with the raise. The only difference is that there compared to the developing countries are with almost 10 more girls.
Big change can be seen in the secondary education in developing countries between 1990 and 2000. The number of girls has risen ten times, but is still far behind the boys’ one.
Interesting is the situation with the tertiary countries in developed countries. The number of girls for both years is around 10 times higher than the boys’ one.

The three charts below present the

number

of

girls

per 100

boys

in all levels of education.
In all three levels of

education

can be

seen

large discrepancies between the

girls

and the

boys

accepted

for the school year.

Notably

, in the developed

countries

those discrepancies are

very

small

than in the developing

countries

. In primary

education

the difference between 1990 and 200 is

very

little

. The

number

has risen with

only

4

people

,

but

is

still

much below the one of the

boys

. In the developed

countries

for the same

education

the situation is similar with the raise. The

only

difference is that there compared to the developing

countries

are with almost 10 more girls.

Big

change

can be

seen

in the secondary

education

in developing

countries

between 1990 and 2000. The

number

of

girls

has risen ten times,

but

is

still

far behind the

boys’

one.
Interesting is the situation with the tertiary

countries

in developed

countries

. The

number

of

girls

for both years is around 10 times higher than the

boys’

one.

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