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Literacy highest in Bahrain

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Young Bahrainis have the highest literacy levels among Arabs, according to the National Youth Strategy Report.

There are 180,000 young people in the kingdom of whom 66,187 are nationals who have a 98.8% literacy rate.

Girls consistenly outperform boys at school and college, noted the report.

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Girls consistenly outperform boys at school and college, noted the report.

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Yippy yaaaay :!!!: :!!!: we're smarter than boys :angel:

it's really great to hear that.. I'm so happy2 know that we have the highest literacy levels among Arab youths ^_^

I hope it's true :shaytan: :lol:

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Thats great news isnt it?

We might conquer the world someday  :Hijabi:

:shaytan:  :lol:

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:P well tiny Bahrain became a Kingdom in 2002... so you guys might just aswell proclaim it an Empire and crown King Hamad into an Empreror in preparation for the conquest

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Masha'Allah... I am soo proud but not surprised! :)

Bahrain has always been known for its level of education. bahraini women were the first amongst the gulf countries to study abroad... 50-60 years old women are fully educated with university degrees.

Which is pretty advanced even for the west.. looking back at 60-70 years ago... not every women was educated.

Because bahrain is tiny it is often underestimated.

khair insha'Allah...

your sister in Islam, Ba7rainiyah_Ghareebah

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There are 180,000 young people in the kingdom of whom 66,187 are nationals who have a 98.8% literacy rate.

You mean of whom 66,187 are non-nationals, right?

The report also mentions:

Unemployment among Bahraini youth stands at 41 [most of whom are Shia] per cent in the 15-24 age group, making it one of the highest in the world. It stands at 15.7 1 per cent in the 25-29 age group. According to the survey, 55.5 per cent of all unemployed in Bahrain are high school graduates

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With the countries population under 700,000, not a major accomplishment (compared to other countries).

Congrats anyways.

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