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==Health==
For the period between 2005 and 2010, El Salvador had the third lowest [[List of countries by birth rate|birth rate]] in Central America, with 22.8 births per 1,000. However, during the same period, it had the highest [[List of countries by death rate|death rate]] in Central America, 5.9 deaths per 1,000. According to the most recent [[United Nations]] survey, life expectancy for men was 68 years and 74 years for women. Healthy life expectancy was 57 for males and 62 for females in 2003.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.who.int/countries/slv/en/|title=El Salvador|publisher=Who.int|date=2009-03-30|accessdate=2010-05-02}}</ref>
==Education==
{{Further information|Education in El Salvador}}
 
The public education system in El Salvador is severely lacking in resources. Class sizes in public schools can be as large as 50 children per classroom. Salvadorans who can afford the cost often choose to send their children to private schools, which are regarded as being better-quality than public schools. Most private schools follow American, European or other advanced systems. Lower-income families are forced to rely on public education.{{citation needed|date=November 2014}}
 
Education in El Salvador is free through high school. After nine years of basic education (elementary–middle school), students have the option of a two-year high school or a three-year high school. A two-year high school prepares the student for transfer to a university. A three-year high school allows the student to graduate and enter the workforce in a vocational career, or to transfer to a university to further their education in their chosen field.{{citation needed|date=November 2014}}
 
[[List of universities in El Salvador|Universities in El Salvador]] include a central public institution, the [[Universidad de El Salvador]], and many other specialised private universities.
 
==Culture==
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