What was the literacy rate of Spain in 2009?
The literacy rate of Spain in 2009 was 99.64.
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The last literacy assessment taken in Virginia was in 2003. At thattime, York County had the highest literacy rate at 94 percent.Greensville County had the lowest literacy rate at 74 percent. Thestate of Virginia as a hole had a average literacy rate of 88percent.
As of the year 2003 is that 97.9% of the total population of Spain are literate, 98.7% of males and 97.2% of females. 98.7% males 97.2 females
The total literacy rate is 80% according to the 2000-2004 census. The female literacy rate is 80.2% according to the 2000-2004 census. What I can't find is the male literacy rate!
\n. \nThe literacy rate in both South Korea and North Korea is a very high 100 percent rate of literacy.\n. \n. \n. \n. \nthat is bs. the rate is 98%
The literacy rate in Paris for adults is 98.9% I'm not sure what is is for kids sorry!
Because a third of it's population are Nomadic. Djibouti's literacy rate increased from 70.3% to 82% in 2010
Literacy of Iraq : . definition: age 15 and over can read and write . total population: 74.1% . male: 84.1% . female: 64.2% (2000 est.) . From the CIA World Factbook .
The total population literacy rate of India is 61%. See the Related Links. The second link was not accepted by WikiAnswers so here is the URL for it: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/in.HTML; literacy rate in India and illiteracy rate in India.how much female litera…cy and illiteracy?how much male literacy and illiteracy? (MORE)
Kerala 90.86% according to 2001 census 100% according to National Family Health Survey (NFHS) designated by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Government of India, 2007
There has not been a specific number determined as the literacyrate of Alaska. However, it has been reported that around elevenpercent of the Alaskan population functions at the lowest level ofliteracy according to the Literacy Council of Alaska.
The literacy rate of Holland is 99%; Holland is not a country however, it is part of the Netherlands which also has a literacy rate of 99%. Answer 2: New research marks illiteracy as one of Hollands biggest problems and claims that only 88,7% of the Dutch is literate. Holland is an unofficial n…ame for The Netherlands, like "The Low Countries". (MORE)
92% i.e. 95.1 % male, 89 % female (12milliom people), the second highest in Africa after the Seychelles which has only o.1 million people.
Chicago has a literary rate of 63 percent. This means that 37 percent of the population are not literate or cannot read/write. The nation has a literacy rate of 99.0 percent.
South and West Asia has the world's lowest adult literacy rates , with only 55 per cent of the population able to read and write. You may have a look at the following site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_literacy_rate Asia has 666 million illiterate people, 75% of the worl…d total. The source doesn't provide the date of conducting the research. http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Literacy+Rate . Websites worth browisng: http://www.mrdowling.com/800literacy.html http://www.maps.com/ref_map.aspx?pid=12877 (MORE)
High literacy rate indicate that the country has a high standard of living, and in reading, and writing.
The literacy rate is often calculated based on the number of peoplewho graduated from high school in a particular area. Of course,people who do not graduate from high school can also be literate.
99% to find the literscy rate for any country and other small facts; go to just maps.org and click on flags of _____ (continent) then click on the name of the country this is all wrong go 2 another web site for good info
Sweden's newest figures (2011) give them an average literacy rate of 99.7% rounded up to 100%.
Kerala = 90%and recently attaining the maximum literacy level of 100 percent. (88% to women, 94% to men)
Literacy Rate in 1776 The literacy rate in 1776 was 95% according to Kenneth FInkel, Executive Director of WHYY's Arts & Culture Service. See below: Reading as Common Sense When Charles Dickens visited America in 1842, his reception equaled that of today's pop star. Alexis de Toqueville, wh…o visited America a few decades earlier, might have predicted such a reception. He was astonished at the quantity of newspapers. American newspaper publishing quickly grew into a widespread and powerful tradition. By 1730, there were seven newspapers published on the Eastern seaboard. Seventy years later there were 180 - more than twice the number available in England, which had a population half the size. In the second half of the 17th century, the literacy rate for adult men in New England is estimated to have been as high as 95%, more than twice the estimated literacy rate for men in England. American women had literacy rates higher than 60%. Nowhere in the world was literacy greater. In Colonial America, reading was not regarded as an elitist activity; it was regarded as an essential and popular activity. Reading was, as one historian put it, "the product of a busy, mobile society" and its spread is easily linked with the increasing interest in self-determination. "Almost every man is a reader," wrote the Reverend Jacob Duche in 1772. Duche didn't have to go far from his church at 3rd and Pine Streets, to find evidence to support this observation. "The poorest laborer upon the shores of the Delaware thinks himself entitled to deliver his sentiment in matters of religion or politics with as much freedom as the gentlemen or scholar... such is the prevailing taste for books of every kind..." In another four years, Thomas Paine's Common Sense would be stirring those debates. First published in January 1776, Common Sense sold more than 100,000 copies within the first two months. That's equal to a million copies in today's market. But there was more. Within the year, an estimated 400,000 copies were printed for a nation of three million independence-minded people. To find a comparable, contemporary success, we'd have to compare Common Sense to the popular, albeit lesser cultural event: the Super Bowl. After the Revolutionary War, Franklin observed that Americans were so busy reading newspapers and pamphlets that they scarcely had time for books. Of course, Franklin had helped forge the new nation. And Franklin had helped set the stage for independence by feeding the literacy that stoked the desire for it. More than four decades before 1776, Franklin wrote "an innocent Plowman is more worth than a vicious Prince." The fact that so many could read this idea is remarkable. That so many accepted this revolutionary idea as common sense -- that made America unique. (MORE)
The literacy rate in Illinois is 53% as of 2014. This is one of theplaces that ranks lowest in the US in terms of literacy and isranked number 34.
Michigan has had a lot of problems with literacy since many of thebest and brightest moved out of the state for jobs elsewhere whenthe automobile industry downturned. Detroit has a functionalliteracy rate of 47%. The 2003 NCES report said Michigan has anoverall rate of 92& functionally literate.
As with most of the developed world, Germany's literacy rate standsat 99%. They are tied for 28th out of 216 countries.
\n. \n"less than the number of cousins who marry there"\n. \n. \nvery funny, I love prejudiced idiots. Alabama has the highest level graduation exam in the country. Alabama students are held to a much higher standard than 95% of states. And if you look at areas that are metropolitan as opposed… to extremely rural, literacy rate is at about 99%. (see Hoover City Schools, Jefferson County Schools, Shelby County Schools, Trussville City Schools, Mountain Brook Schools, etc etc). (MORE)
The literacy rate in the state of Idaho is just over 95 percent.The last year the statistics were gathered was 2003.
It is estimated that 17 percent of the population of Georgia has abelow basic literacy rate. This information comes from the NationalCenter for Education Statistics.
Japan has a literacy rate of 99 percent among both males andfemales over the age of 15. The population of Japan is 126 millioninhabitants.
The literacy rate in Switzerland is 99.0%. Ranking it 23rd in the world on literacy rates.
The literacy rate as of recent polls/stats suggest that literacy rate in India is 79.9%. The Literacy rate is also the ability 2 read and write.
The average life expectancy is about 90.9 we are doing a research progect about chia and this jus happened to be one it: ) Go OPJh Wildcat. The average life expectancy is about 90.9 we are doing a research progect about chia and this jus happened to be one it: ) Go OPJh Wildcat
The literacy rate for both male and female in Bangladesh is 57.7%Women 53.4%, and men 62% This is based on people ages 15 and overwho can read and write.
Namibia's Literacy Rate Using the definition of literacy as population 15 years old and over being able to read and write, Namibia's literacy rate was 85% in 2001 (from 2001 census).
Use phonics as well as manipulatives to help children learn how to read in kindergarten and first grade. That way, everyone should be able to pick up the skill, despite any undiscovered learning disabilities. After that, consistently assess each child's skills on a regular basis to be certain that t…hey are keeping up according to age and grade level. Reteach or drop back a step or two to help anyone who has fallen behind. That will help kids who have moved from school to school as well as the more stable kids. It is hard to fake being able to read when there is a friendly assessment periodically. (MORE)
The literacy rate for adults in India in 2011 was 74.04%. For youthin India, the literacy rate was 82%. For more information visit the Related Link.
It is about 0% for reading and writing. But for terrorist training it is about 95%
The Philippines has a simple literacy rate of 93.4% and a functional literacy rate of 84.1%.
According to 2009 estimates, the overall literacy rate in Pakistanwas about 54.9%. However, there is a major disparity in literacyrates between males and females, with an estimated 68.6% of malesbeing literate, while only about 40.3% of the countries femaleswere considered literate.
This is a difficult question to answer briefly. There are five levels of literacy according to the International Adult Literacy and Skills Survey. Level 1 indicates the lowest level of literacy, level 5 indicates the highest and level 3 is generally considered the desired or required level of compet…ency to cope with life. They further separate into four categories: prose, document, math, and problem solving. Given that prose is likely the area of interest in this question the literacy rates in Canada are as follows: Level 1: 19.9% Level 2: 27.8% Level 3: 35.4% Level 4/5: 17.0% Source: Statistics Canada; Council of Ministers of Education, Canada. 2007. Table D.5.2 Literacy levels for prose proficiency, by urban/rural status, Canada and jurisdictions, population aged 16 and over, 2003. Education Indicators in Canada: Report of the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program 2007 . p. 305 (MORE)
Australia has universal education, and its compulsory for children above the age of 6 to attend school.
I have four different sources with different timelines for the literacy rate in Bosnia and Herzegovina : 1)UNESCO:Young adults 15-24 (both male and female ) - 100% (2003-2007) 2)GLOBALIS: Young adults 15-24 (both male and female) - 99.6% (2004) 3)US State Department: adult male 94.1%, adult f…emale 78.0%. (as of 2004-05) 4)The CIA: For 15 years and over: male: 99%, female: 94.4% (2000 est.) - 99.7% for the total population (MORE)
In 2011, the literacy rate in Pakistan is around 75% - 98%. Almost every Pakistani can read and write the country's national language- URDU. 70% people in Pakistan, can read and write English. Yes the country is improving :)
Total Adult Literacy Rate : 54% ( Male 66.25% , Female 41.75%) - (Pakistan's Ministry Of Education) in 2009.
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The literacy rate in Brunei in 2010 was an average of about 92.7%. 95.2% of the male population there is literate and 90.2% of the female population is literate.
No one is 100% sure, but rates were probably in the single digits.Some experts say in the low single digits.
Here are the number of countries representing each literacy rate (rounded to integers): . 100%: 7 . 99%: 21 . 98%: 3 . 97%: 3 . 96%: 1 . 95%: 1 . 92%: 1 . 89%: 1 . Unknown: 8
One of the greatest legacies that Azerbaijan has inherited from the past is a strong educational system. Formal education began at the turn of the last century and coincided with Azerbaijan's oil boom. It became even more widespread and prominent during the Soviet period. . Azerbaijan is a relat…ively small republic; in fact, eight countries the size of Azerbaijan could fit inside of Texas. Nevertheless, despite how small we are, approximately one-third of our population is engaged in education. That means nearly 2.2 million people out of a population of slightly more than 7 million are either teachers or students. During the Soviet period, Azerbaijan had an extremely high literacy rate of 99 percent and was known for its well-educated population. In fact, our literacy rate was higher than those in most Western nations. . People usually are surprised to learn that Azerbaijan's national budget allocates more to education than to defense. . Therefore, 18 percent of the national budget is designated for education, which is nearly the same percentage that some of the most advanced Western countries allocate. Parliament has just passed their 1997 budget and allocated 648 billion manats ($151.4 million) to education while only spending 357 billion manats ($83.4 million) for defense. In fact, some Parliament members are complaining about what they see as the relatively low level of military spending at a time when the country is still in conflict with neighboring Armenia over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Our teachers receive the highest salary among government workers-on average approximately $15 to $30 per month depending upon the level and courses they teach. Even doctors working in government institutions officially make less. (MORE)
It depends, in the US it is the number of people over 15 who can read and write. In other nations, it can be based on a lot of things, such as if you have ever attended school.
The United States has a literacy rate of 99.0%. Ranking it 23rd in the world on the literacy rate board.
The literacy rate in Brunei in 2012 was an average of about 92.7%. 95.2% of the male population there is literate and 90.2% of the female population is literate.