Present study investigates the determinants of Educational Inequality in G-7 countries. In this study, panel data from 1990 to 2018.Gini coefficients for education and gender are used from HDR. On the value of the probability, FE is used. The determinants used in this study are (1) gender inequality (2) female labor participation and (3) consumption expenditures on final goods and services. Gender inequality is significant and positively related to educational inequality. Female labor participation is significant but having a positive sign. Expenditures on final goods and services are significant and negatively related with educational inequality. The study suggests that governments should provide equal opportunities for each and every person.