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Literacy Problem

Monday, October 5, 2020

LITERACY rate among Indonesian people is very low.

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It is based on many reliable surveys. Only one out of 1,000 Indonesians is interested in reading books. According to the UNESCO, of the 72 countries surveyed, we rank 61st, a level above Botswana. While the champion is Singapore. Is it indeed that low?

It can be. We can compare the length of Indonesians to access the Internet with other countries citizens: three and a half hours daily, exceeding Germany and other advanced nations. Indonesia ente


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