Primary school completion rate, boys

percent, 1970–2020

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    1970 Ranking
    1. New Zealand 103.42
    2. Seychelles 82.27
    3. Chile 78.62
    4. Costa Rica 73.36
    5. Argentina 67.81
    6. Sri Lanka 64.29
    7. Panama 64.13
    8. Peru 62.80
    9. Colombia 59.38
    10. Kenya 58.91
    11. Swaziland 46.11
    12. Paraguay 45.13
    13. Botswana 42.02
    14. Nicaragua 24.41
    2020 Ranking
    1. Samoa 114.63
    2. Tonga 111.25
    3. Kyrgyzstan 108.07
    4. Uzbekistan 106.42
    5. Brunei 105.16
    6. Montenegro 105.04
    7. Macau 104.92
    8. United Arab Emirates 104.80
    9. Belize 104.50
    10. Costa Rica 104.27
    11. Tunisia 104.12
    12. Algeria 103.97
    13. Moldova 103.94
    14. Hong Kong 103.55
    15. Kazakhstan 102.53
    16. West Bank and Gaza 102.01
    17. Ecuador 100.40
    18. Morocco 99.46
    19. Saudi Arabia 99.17
    20. Azerbaijan 98.61
    21. Albania 98.44
    22. Serbia 98.08
    23. Seychelles 97.58
    24. Dominican Republic 96.43
    25. Saint Lucia 95.96
    26. Oman 95.91
    27. Mauritius 95.36
    28. Cuba 95.10
    29. Vanuatu 95.09
    30. Thailand 94.76
    31. Gibraltar 94.37
    32. Georgia 93.91
    33. Barbados 93.40
    34. India 93.20
    35. Qatar 93.05
    36. Kiribati 92.60
    37. Armenia 92.35
    38. San Marino 90.82
    39. Togo 90.30
    40. Tuvalu 90.00
    41. British Virgin Islands 89.74
    42. Laos 89.57
    43. Zimbabwe 89.14
    44. Cambodia 88.10
    45. Sierra Leone 86.25
    46. Panama 86.00
    47. Ivory Coast 83.87
    48. Jordan 81.75
    49. Guatemala 79.99
    50. Honduras 77.89
    51. Kuwait 77.53
    52. Bhutan 76.22
    53. Gambia 75.57
    54. Paraguay 75.56
    55. Ethiopia 70.74
    56. Marshall Islands 70.45
    57. Guinea 66.62
    58. Tanzania 65.54
    59. Benin 65.31
    60. Mozambique 61.35
    61. Djibouti 61.26
    62. Burkina Faso 60.50
    63. Senegal 54.15
    64. Niger 53.70

    Number of new male entrants in the last grade of primary education, regardless of age, expressed as percentage of the total male population of the theoretical entrance age to the last grade of primary. This indicator is also known as gross intake rate to the last grade of primary. The ratio can exceed 100 percent due to overaged and underaged children who enter primary school late or early and/or if they repeat grades.

    Source: UNESCO