Secondary school enrollment

percent, 1970–2016

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    1970 Ranking
    1. Tonga 86.58
    2. Australia 80.78
    3. New Zealand 76.83
    4. Uruguay 58.77
    5. Samoa 56.03
    6. Brunei 53.83
    7. Fiji 52.05
    8. Chile 46.84
    9. Sri Lanka 45.90
    10. Argentina 44.50
    11. Panama 37.50
    12. Peru 35.77
    13. Malaysia 33.82
    14. Costa Rica 28.49
    15. Seychelles 26.87
    16. Bolivia 25.47
    17. Colombia 23.30
    18. El Salvador 20.93
    19. Indonesia 18.26
    20. Nicaragua 16.95
    21. Kenya 16.64
    22. Swaziland 16.31
    23. Paraguay 15.73
    24. Zambia 12.95
    25. Honduras 12.86
    26. Kiribati 11.31
    27. Lesotho 10.94
    28. Guatemala 10.29
    29. Liberia 9.36
    30. Afghanistan 8.33
    31. Solomon Islands 8.01
    32. Papua New Guinea 7.40
    33. Zimbabwe 7.38
    34. Botswana 6.27
    35. Vanuatu 5.78
    36. Nigeria 4.41
    37. Uganda 3.86
    38. Tanzania 2.65
    39. Bhutan 2.40
    40. Maldives 1.96
    2016 Ranking
    1. Tokelau 124.78
    2. Kazakhstan 112.01
    3. Ecuador 107.22
    4. Uzbekistan 95.92
    5. Palau 95.75
    6. Saint Thomas and Principe 86.19
    7. Nepal 69.57
    8. Ghana 62.11
    9. Djibouti 48.27

    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. Secondary education completes the provision of basic education that began at the primary level, and aims at laying the foundation for lifelong learning and human development by offering more subject- or skill-oriented instruction using more specialized teachers.

    Source: UNESCO