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MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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3. PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN
  
1. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER 2. ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION 4. REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY 5. IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH 6. COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES 7. ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 8. DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
 

Target 3.A. Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and in all levels of education no later than 2015

 

3.1.b. Ratio of girls to boys in secondary education - UN official


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1990/1991 - 2016/2017
(Women to men)
State
   2016/2017   
     
Ratio of girls to boys in secondary education      
  Estados Unidos Mexicanos
0.978      
Aguascalientes
0.980      
Baja California
0.977      
Baja California Sur
0.954      
Campeche
0.982      
Coahuila de Zaragoza
0.974      
Colima
0.974      
Chiapas
0.932      
Chihuahua
0.995      
Ciudad de Mexico
0.971      
Durango
0.992      
Guanajuato
0.988      
Guerrero
0.983      
Hidalgo
0.974      
Jalisco
0.987      
Mexico
0.981      
Michoacan de Ocampo
1.001      
Morelos
0.978      
Nayarit
0.990      
Nuevo Leon
0.970      
Oaxaca
0.972      
Puebla
0.994      
Queretaro
0.997      
Quintana Roo
0.976      
San Luis Potosi
0.993      
Sinaloa
0.984      
Sonora
0.979      
Tabasco
0.966      
Tamaulipas
0.987      
Tlaxcala
0.956      
Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave
0.960      
Yucatan
0.968      
Zacatecas
0.973      
Source:  SEP. General Directorate of Planning and Educative Statistics.
Coahuila de Zaragoza
Municipality
   2016/2017   
Ratio of girls to boys in secondary education
Abasolo 0.795
Acuña 0.968
Allende 1.045
Arteaga 0.910
Candela 0.955
Castaños 0.980
Cuatro Cienegas 1.014
Escobedo 0.866
Francisco I. Madero 0.968
Frontera 0.919
General Cepeda 0.850
Guerrero 0.806
Hidalgo 0.817
Jimenez 1.029
Juarez 0.765
Lamadrid 0.783
Matamoros 1.012
Monclova 0.975
Morelos 1.016
Muzquiz 0.993
Nadadores 0.938
Nava 0.941
Ocampo 0.928
Parras 0.901
Piedras Negras 1.015
Progreso 0.837
Ramos Arizpe 0.901
Sabinas 0.934
Sacramento 0.859
Saltillo 0.988
San Buenaventura 0.951
San Juan de Sabinas 0.952
San Pedro 1.024
Sierra Mojada 0.852
Torreon 0.971
Viesca 0.924
Villa Union 0.904
Zaragoza 1.026
Source:  SEP. General Directorate of Planning and Educative Statistics.
Updating date: July 7th, 2017
Next update: June, 2018




  

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