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A brief review of the current state of education in Africa.

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8 points, slightly ahead of Namibia. Seychelles is the third-most educated country in Africa. .

At a high school in rural northern South Africa, more than 300 students and their teachers share three toilets.

Based on the OECD's data, Canada is the most educated country globally, with 56. List Of The Top 10 Most Educated Countries In Africa 2020: 1. May 25, 2022 · 1.

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According to UNESCO, they have an adult literacy rate of 95.

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According to the report, most of the world’s illiterate adults live in South Asia, West Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa.
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Imo State. . Compared to 2013, the number of higher education institutions increased by over 20 percent.

10 MOST EDUCATED COUNTRIES IN AFRICAEducation is the key to unlocking Africa's golden door of freedom for all. . 4- Libya. . As of 2021, the top ten countries based on education rankings are: Countries with the Best Educational Systems - 2021 Best Countries Report* The United States; The United Kingdom; Germany; Canada; France; Switzerland; Japan; Australia; Sweden; The Netherlands *For the full list of countries' Most international students from Africa are coming from Morocco, Nigeria, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, and Tunisia.

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Seipone Secondary School in Limpopo province is one of more than 3,300 South African schools.

The rate varies throughout the world, with developed nations having a rate of 99.

The most populous (170 million) country, with the biggest economy in Africa, Nigeria is said to be on track to becoming one of the 20 largest economies in the world by 2020.