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Country with toughest education system in Africa

Kenya

Is the most best in Africa with a score of 55.4. It is 21 on Ease of finding skilled employees and 43 on Digital skills among population globally. Compulsory education lasts 12 years from age 6 to age 17

Egypt

With a population of 49.7 million, 17.58 percent of total government expenditure in 2017 went to education, and literacy rate is at 78.7 percent according to UNESCO.  It ranks 67 on Extent of staff training and 76th on Mean years of schooling.

Botswana

While some sources claim education in Botswana is free for the first 10 years, but according to Wikipedia, Secondary education in Botswana is neither free nor compulsory. Literacy rate is at 88 percent, with a population of 2.3 million.  It ranks 70 on global Digital skills among population. Compulsory education lasts 12 years from age 6 to age 17 and literacy rate is at 71% as at 2017, according to UNESCO. 

South Africa

 best education system in Africa with a score of 58.4. It is 53 on Mean years of schooling and 55 on Extent of staff training globally. It ranks ahead of Panama and Mexico on global education system. Over the past decade, the South African government budget above 18 percent of its total expenditure on education.

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