The bar chart illustrates the propotion of male and female teacher working in some educational settings in UK in 2010.
It is clear that in low-level institution female teachers outnumbered male teachers whereas male hold more teaching positions in higher level. The gap between male and female was extremely large in level of nursery and primary school.
The number of female lectures in two first institution was nearly 100% while this figure for male was only under 10%. With secondary school level, female was approximately 50% and male is 55%. This also true of private training but backward.
Only in college, the gender gap was equal is 50%. Especially, there were 2 times as many male as female in university-the highest institution.