The US has a system that has traditionally prioritised girls in schools, yet, according to the Education Department, only 0.8% of the nation’s girls have attended college.
According to the US Department of Education, the number of girls in the United States attending college has increased from just under 10% to 16.7% since 1999.
But what does this mean for the girls who are left behind?
While the numbers have risen, the gender gap is widening.
The gender gap in college enrollment has increased dramatically, with girls now accounting for 16% of all students.
And while the percentage of female students attending college in the US has increased, the percentage is still lower than it was in the 1980s.
In addition, the proportion of women at each grade level is still higher than it is in the early 1970s.
As for the proportion that is enrolled in college, the figure for 2016 is currently just over 1.3%.
This means that only 2.3% of girls have a college degree compared to 5.6% of boys.
For many of these girls, this could be a matter of choice.
Some girls decide to pursue college in order to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields such as engineering, law, or medicine.
Others choose to attend college because they want to pursue an advanced degree.
For some girls, it is also a matter if they can afford to go to college. According to a report by the National Center for Education Statistics, girls in their 20s are the least likely age group to go on to college, but they still pay for college.
Women are paying an average of $15,000 more per year for college, according the report.
This is a number that should be expected when you are paying for college as a young person.
There are many reasons for this.
It is one thing to pay for school.
If you have a family, it might be a little more difficult to afford college.
If you are working in a high-paying job, you might have a higher price tag for college that might put you out of reach.
Additionally, it can be very difficult to find a college that you feel is accessible to your needs.
Many of the girls at the top of the income scale are able to afford private college and are willing to pay that price.
As a result, they are able, or perhaps more likely, are able and willing, to attend more colleges.
The reality of this is that most of these students are not going to make a lot of money in their career, but if they choose to go back to school they will make a significant contribution to the economy.