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A glance at the two column graphs provided reveal the differences between the rates of education at both secondary and tertiary in different regions.

As we can see clearly the secondary education rates in Europe is much higher than the others 100% girls have received secondary education and only 10% boys has not enjoyed the secondary education.On the other hand,it seems like Africa has the opposite education level only 10% of boys and 20% of girls have the chance to enjoy secondary education in the sub-Saharan Africa. Meanwhile Latin America and East Asia both have mild levels of secondary education,both male and female have the same rate of secondary education between 40%~50%.

When it comes to higher education people in Europe is still at the relatively high position 45% of male and 50% of female. The thing that is noteworthy is that it seems like males are more likely to receive higher education than females, except Europe the numbers at the rest of region stay between 20% to 30% and didn’t have so much difference among them.

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admin answered 1 year ago

A glance at the two column graphs provided reveals the differences between the rates of education at both secondary and tertiary levels in different regions. (the glance reveals, but the two column graphs reveal)

As we can see clearly, the secondary education rates in Europe is are much higher than those on the others continents (? I’m guessing it’s about continents, it’s not quite clear from the text). 100% of girls have received secondary education and only 10% of boys hasve not enjoyed the secondary education. On the other hand, it seems like Africa has the opposite education level,only 10% of boys and 20% of girls have the chance to enjoy secondary education in the sub-Saharan Africa. Meanwhile Latin America and East Asia both have mild levels of secondary education, both male and female men and women have the same rate of secondary education between 40%~50%.

When it comes to higher education people in Europe is are still at the relatively high position 45% of male and 50% of female students at the university (?)The thing that It is noteworthy is that it seems like males are more likely to receive higher education than females, except Europe, the numbers at the rest of the regions stay between 20% to 30% and didn’t do not have so much difference among them.

Overall, you use “secondary education” very often, try something like: “go to high-shool”, “students over 13” and so on. “male” and “female” are not used the same as men and women (to my knowledge), you need something afterwards, male and female students, male and female employment rate etc.

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