The charts below show the proportion of male and female students in four continents appropriate for attending secondary school or receiving higher education in 2000.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The two bar charts depict the percentages of male and female pupils suitable for secondary and tertiary studies in four different regions in 2000. The horizontal axis represents Europe, Africa, America and Asia, while the vertical axes are measured as percentages.
Overall, Ihere are only slight differences in Ihe data in both charts, though the differences become more apparent with tertiary eduealion which favors females. Furthermore, Europe demonstrates dramatically much higher participation on both graphs.
Regarding secondary education. Europe had the highest percenlage of students - 97% for males and 100% for females. These figures were at least 3 times that of African peers. The recorded data indicated America and Asia are comparable with between 75% and 81% for both genders.
Considering advanced education, the participating student numbers dropped off markedly across the board. Moreover, Europe continued to dominate, while Ihe data reported denoted the three other continents were closely matched. Once again. Europe led Africa by an almost three-fold diflerence. while more American women attended college more than their counterparts in Asia, 30% to 28% respeclively. However, Ihe reverse was recorded for men in Asia at 26% and America at 22%.