These three bar charts compare the changes in a proportion of girls participating in an education process for developed and developing countries. The number of girls, at all levels of education experienced a gradual growth for both types of countries.
For countries with an unstable economy the number of girl attaining a primary education went up from 83 in 1990 to 87 in 2000. The same increase occurred for the data for secondary education and high school, where the figures moved upwards from 66 to 75 in 1990 and 2000 respectively.
The data for girls' pupils attended various level of school in developed world improved too. However the trend for developed world is that - the higher level of education the bigger proportion of girl participated in educational process. There were 93 girls in primary school in 1990, while 98 girls in secondary school and moreover 105 girls in high school. The quantity of girls received a high education in the developed world outnumbered the quantity boys. Therefore the number of girls attended a primary school was bigger and totaled 87 in 2000 than the number of girl in high school with 75 for the developing countries.