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10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by OBAFEMIawolowo: 6:51pm On Sep 28, 2015
1. Lagos

2. Osun

3. Anambra

4. Ekiti

5. Rivers

6. Abia

7. Akwa ibom

8. Enugu

9.ondo

10. Delta

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Nobody: 6:54pm On Sep 28, 2015
Where's IMO state?

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by RemyMartins(m): 6:54pm On Sep 28, 2015
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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by fav444(f): 6:54pm On Sep 28, 2015
are u sure?
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by otabuko(m): 6:55pm On Sep 28, 2015
What of SOKOTO... kikiki.... Hihihi!
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Hotsparkles(m): 6:55pm On Sep 28, 2015
2012 is old na, look for latest.
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Brooklynsouth(f): 7:00pm On Sep 28, 2015
Una do start again OSUN of all place person wey dey hungry de reason? Abi study? Come on don't. Do this guys

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by FKO81(m): 7:03pm On Sep 28, 2015
OBAFEMIawolowo:
1.Anambra

2. Delta

3. Imo

4. Lagos

5. Ondo

6. Osun

7. Ekiti

8. Abia

9. Enugu

10. Edo
corrected from national bureau of statistics. 2015 MDG reports

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by FKO81(m): 7:11pm On Sep 28, 2015
ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION
Civilization and Development are intertwined. Both of them leverage very much on
education. Education is a weapon for liberation from ignorance and diseases. Hence,
it cannot be isolated from any development agenda as it is the pivot upon which
several other programs rotate. Although the emphasis is on achieving primary
education, but it has to be realized that to sustain progress towards other goals such
as full employment, poverty reduction, health related programs, etc, attention
should be extended beyond primary education.

Target 2A: Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike,
will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling.
Indicator 2.1: Net enrolment in primary education.
At the inception of the MDGs, countries were advised to domesticate the indicators
to suit their experience. Thus, each country had the privilege of identifying the
indicators whose content and estimation procedure were either not applicable to
them or completely out of context. In Nigeria, the computation of the primary school
net enrolment ratio has faced some challenges because it involves a complete
census of both private and public primary schools. Consequent upon this, the net
attendance ratio estimated from household survey is adopted as a proxy in this
report.
In 2014, fig. 2.1 below shows the net attendance ratio according to their distribution
by state. The states with very high attendance ratios included. Anambra (94%),
Delta (92.cool, Imo (90.7), Lagos (92), Ondo (92.4), Osun (91.6), Edo (91.0), Ekiti
(93.6) and FTC (94.1) while the least were Bauchi (29.9), Sokoto (24.cool, Yobe (23.7),
Zamfara (37.cool.

At the national level, the net attendance ratio was 61% in 2008 and it increased to
71% in 2012. In 2014, there was a shortfall of 2.3% and the net attendance for 2014
thus dropped to 68.7%. When classified by sectors, net attendance in the urban
(84.3%) was much higher than in the rural areas (62.2%). Across the geopolitical
zones, it was very encouraging in the South East (90.5%), South South (88.1%),
South West (87%) and North Central (80.2%). But in the North West (50.5%) and
particularly North East (42.5%) net attendance was not impressive. Although one
hundred per cent enrolment and attendance are expected of children within this
cohort, the achievement within the sub regions shows that Nigeria is on track of
meeting the target.
Completion rate is very important in Primary School education as it marks the
beginning of transition to secondary school. Children often enroll without attending
due to one challenge or the other. Those of them who eventually commence
attending may withdraw or drop out without completing. This underpins the
education indicator defined as ‘Proportion of pupils starting grade one and reaching
final grade’. Final grade in this context is the completion grade.
Nationally completion rate according to fig. 2.2 in 2004 was 82%. It increased to
87.7% in 2012 and dropped to 74.0 in 2014. Within the 2014, the completion rate
was higher in the urban (84.4%) when compared with the rural (69.7). In the zones,
completion rate was highest in South East (98.7%) zone, followed by South West
(94.1%). Primary six completion rate was poorest in the North East (49.5%) zone.
Nigeria is also on track.
www.nigerianstat.gov.ng/pages/download

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Ofodirinwa: 7:14pm On Sep 28, 2015
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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Nobody: 7:16pm On Sep 28, 2015
Really? Osun adara. Lolz
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by FKO81(m): 7:18pm On Sep 28, 2015
According to UN reports on MDG 2014
Literacy Among Young Women Aged 15-24

Sectorally, the survey showed that there were more literate youth women (85.3%)
in the urban as against the 57.8% recorded in the rural areas. In the zones the
literate youth women in the South East (93.5%) were much higher than the rest of
the zones. North East (33.0%) and North West (35%) had the lowest percentage of
literate youth women in 2014.

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by BLOTRS: 7:20pm On Sep 28, 2015
Are they saying the North that makes up 90% of Buhari's cabinet are illiterates?

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Imoy(m): 7:44pm On Sep 28, 2015
BLOTRS:
Are they saying the North that makes up 90% of Buhari's cabinet are illiterates?

Hahahaha, falls from mango tree.

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by seacoast(m): 7:45pm On Sep 28, 2015
LIGHT OF THE NATION

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by benedictnsi(m): 7:54pm On Sep 28, 2015
BLOTRS:
Are they saying the North that makes up 90% of Buhari's cabinet are illiterates?


Na today you find out Just enter the nearest ogbe hausa and tell one aboki there to pronounce..... HELICOPTER


Lwkm grin

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Yeske2(m): 8:12pm On Sep 28, 2015
Some people will die tonight, OP is wicked
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Nobody: 8:20pm On Sep 28, 2015
FKO81:

corrected from national bureau of statistics. 2015 MDG reports
Omo Yiiiiiiibo,
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by jerryunit48: 8:21pm On Sep 28, 2015
Delta still try for ten
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Yeske2(m): 8:25pm On Sep 28, 2015
WarRLaY:
Omo Yiiiiiiibo,
Was he lieing?

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by Nobody: 8:32pm On Sep 28, 2015
Yeske2:
Was he lieing?
another omo yiiiiibo
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by AnambraDota: 8:47pm On Sep 28, 2015
OBAFEMIawolowo:
1. Lagos
2. Osun
3. Anambra
4. Ekiti
5. Rivers
6. Abia
7. Akwa ibom
8. Enugu
9.ondo
10. Delta

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by mightyhaze: 8:58pm On Sep 28, 2015
BLOTRS:
Are they saying the North that makes up 90% of Buhari's cabinet are illiterates?
and we wonder y d country is so backward.smh!
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by chino11(m): 9:06pm On Sep 28, 2015
Every minute one trouble..una no dey tire ni? cool


Anambra sef na only una waka come? cheesy

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Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by dejavski(m): 10:25pm On Sep 28, 2015
OBAFEMIawolowo:

1. Lagos
2. Osun9
3. Anambra
4. Ekiti
5. Rivers
6. Abia
7. Akwa ibom
8. Enugu
2. Ondo
10. Delta
angry
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by MisterLongman(m): 10:46pm On Sep 28, 2015
Osun?
How come someone like aregberascal is ruling them
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by WIZGUY69(m): 11:01pm On Sep 28, 2015
[quote author=AnambraDota post=38475959][/quote]

I just love the way you keep bleating on top Yorubas matter grin. keep it up till you pass out. cool
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by WIZGUY69(m): 11:03pm On Sep 28, 2015
MisterLongman:
Osun?
How come someone like aregberascal is ruling them

why don't you travel down to Oshogbo and ask them? wink don't rely on nairaland for everything!
Re: 10 States With The Highest Literacy Rate, According To Unesco. by psalmuelwater(m): 11:47pm On Sep 28, 2015
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