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Education is officially compulsory for children between the ages of six and fifteen. In the year 1997, there was an outstanding amount of teachers and students in primary schools. About 30% of the adult population of the country are illiterate.

In Algeria there are 43 universities, 10 colleges, and 7 institutes for higher learning. The University of Algiers has about 267,142 students. The Algerian school system is structured into Basic, General Secondary, and Technical Secondary levels:

Basic
Ecole fondamentale (Fundamental School)
Length of program: nine years
Age range: six to fifteen
Certificate/diploma awarded: Brevet d'Enseignement Moyen B.E.M.

General Secondary

Lycée d'Enseignement général (School of General Teaching), lycées polyvalents (General-Purpose School)
Length of program: three years
Age range: 15 to 18
Certificate/diploma awarded: Baccalauréat de l'Enseignement secondaire
(Bachelor's Degree of Secondary School)

Technical Secondary

Lycées d'Enseignement technique (Technical School)
Length of program: three years
Certificate/diploma awarded: Baccalauréat technique (Technical Bachelor's Degree)

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Behind Safari Vests and Pockets

We recommend you to bring one safari vest during your trip. And thats it. Leave all your dressy clothes at home unless you are to attend a special function in Africa while on a trip. The trick in safariing is to be as lightweight and functional as possible. Lightweight, due to the fact that you cannot (and must not) carry as much gears as you prefer while on the field. Despite from being too impractical, too many luggages would only cause you terrible mess and less ease of travel. More travel tips about Behind Safari Vests and Pockets


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:Algerian political events(1991-2002) - Post war

Algeria UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Algeria
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Algeria Tourist Attractions: Cirta - Al Qal'a of Beni Hammad - Belzma National Park - Algiers
Hammam Guergour - Mostaganem - The Tassili du Hoggar - Timgad - Hippone - The Aures - Tebessa
Kabyl coast - Tiemcen - Djemila - Kasbah of Algiers (1992) - M'Zab Valley (1982) - Tipaza (1982)

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