Primary school enrollment rate, boys

percent, 1970–2016

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    1970 Ranking
    1. Vanuatu 133.37
    2. Brunei 130.76
    3. Chile 122.48
    4. Uruguay 114.91
    5. Luxembourg 114.22
    6. Peru 112.37
    7. Tonga 111.73
    8. New Zealand 111.08
    9. Fiji 108.86
    10. Costa Rica 108.71
    11. Sri Lanka 106.03
    12. Argentina 105.34
    13. Paraguay 102.71
    14. Panama 101.87
    15. Seychelles 100.83
    16. Colombia 100.43
    17. Bolivia 100.11
    18. Zambia 98.90
    19. Mauritius 96.66
    20. South Africa 96.44
    21. Solomon Islands 91.10
    22. Indonesia 89.85
    23. Malaysia 89.31
    24. El Salvador 85.95
    25. Samoa 84.04
    26. Honduras 83.41
    27. Swaziland 80.73
    28. Zimbabwe 79.38
    29. Ivory Coast 76.75
    30. Bangladesh 74.11
    31. Kenya 72.56
    32. Lesotho 71.03
    33. Nicaragua 65.82
    34. Guatemala 64.34
    35. Papua New Guinea 62.09
    36. Botswana 56.19
    37. Afghanistan 52.95
    38. Liberia 51.40
    39. Nigeria 50.92
    40. Uganda 48.50
    41. Nepal 42.97
    42. Tanzania 41.06
    43. Bhutan 38.07
    2016 Ranking
    1. Nepal 130.73
    2. Saint Thomas and Principe 117.72
    3. Kazakhstan 108.84
    4. Ecuador 107.39
    5. Ghana 107.30
    6. Uzbekistan 105.58
    7. Palau 100.27
    8. Tajikistan 99.80
    9. Maldives 97.27
    10. Bhutan 96.56
    11. Gambia 90.13
    12. Djibouti 68.64

    Gross enrollment ratio is the ratio of total enrollment, regardless of age, to the population of the age group that officially corresponds to the level of education shown. Primary education provides children with basic reading, writing, and mathematics skills along with an elementary understanding of such subjects as history, geography, natural science, social science, art, and music.

    Source: UNESCO