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Why is literacy a sign of economic development?

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Chelsea Hayes on November 19, 2019

The people who are in the school and who are working in the schools are not contributing to the base of the economic activities of providing food, shelter and clothing. The more economic development, the more wealth available to support education, which usually results in more education, provided that: (1) that wealth is made available to the government by way of taxes so that the government can fund education and 2) that wealth is distributed broadly through the population by industry, so a large part of the population can afford to pay for the services of education and support to students.

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