Illiteracy rate in Morocco is more common in adults over 50 years old at 61.1 percent, but drops to 3.7 percent for children who are less than 15 years old.
The countries with the highest literacy rate , defined as the ability to read and write by age 15. Highest Literacy Rates.
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South Sudan ranks lowest of them all, with a literacy rate of just 27%, followed by Afghanistan at 28.1%, Burkina Faso at 28.7%, Niger at 28.7%, Mali at 33.4%, Chad at 35.4%, Somalia at 37.8%, Ethiopia at 39%, Guinea at 41% and Benin at 42.4%.
Morocco’s education system consists of 6 years of primary, 3 years of lower-middle / intermediate school, 3 years of upper secondary, and tertiary education . The education system is under the purview of the Ministry of National Education (MNE) and Ministry of Higher Education and Executive Training.
74.04 per cent
1. Russia : The country with the highest literacy rate in Russia with almost 53% of the population has tertiary education.
Literacy rate, youth female (% of females ages 15-24) – Country Ranking
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The literacy rate for all males and females that are at least 15 years old is 86.3%. Males aged 15 and over have a literacy rate of 90%, while females lag at just 82.7%. Developed nations as a whole have a literacy rate of 99.2%.
It ranks the world’s poorest countries according to their education systems. Somalia has the least functional system in the world with just 10% of children going to primary school, while Eritrea is second worst. Haiti, Comoros and Ethiopia fare almost as badly.
119th out of 137 countries
Education in Morocco is compulsory through to age 15 and free . Notwithstanding this, many children in rural areas (especially girls) fail to attend.
The major resources of the Moroccan economy are agriculture, phosphate minerals, and tourism. Sales of fish and seafood are important as well. Industry and mining contribute about one-third of the annual GDP.