From your own goddamn link: "Primary education in Mexico was henceforth to be secular, free of fees and tuition, and obligatory." "Education in Mexico is currently regulated by the Secretariat of Public Education(Spanish: Secretaría de Educación Pública) (SEP). ... The terms "High School" usually corresponds to preparatoria or bachillerato, and follow "secundaria" comprising grades 10-12, when the student's age is 15 to 18 years old. Students may choose between two main kinds of high school programs: The SEP incorporated, and a University Incorporated one, depending on the state. Other minority of programs are available only for private schools, such as the International Baccalaureate which carries a completely different system. " No, you fucking idiot, they have a progressive income tax. 1.92% is the bottom tax rate, with around 35% being the upper tax rate. Jesus Christ your reading comprehension sucks. NO IT DOESN'T. It isn't that much lower that the US's top federal tax rate of 39%. And it's ahead of other countries such as Venezuela, Peru, Panama, and Jamaica, to name just a few. It is a progressive tax system!!! It's amazing Dinner is drunk at 5 in the morning on a Wednesday. I guess anything to avoid reality, eh?