The aim of this study is the evaluation of gender equality in Iran's educational system, as it is regarded as being one of the most important national and international goals. An evaluative research method, along with a secondary analysis method of Iran's 2011 census analysis, have been employed for this purpose.Results show that, in total, the age group of up to 34 years old, those in the age group of up to 39 years old located in urban areas, and those in the age group of up to 24 years old, who were inhabitants of rural areas, gender equality can be found within Iran's educational system. The most obvious cases of gender inequality in Iran's educational system, can be found in the age group of those above 35 years of age. In addition to these findings, analysis of the different educational levels, shows that we have gender equality at the primary school level. In lower secondary and upper secondary levels and in higher education, the preference is directed towards male students, with female students finding gender equality only at pre-university level.