No surprises here:
One in 10 Australian university graduates is semi-literate and would fail to interpret the instructions on a box of headache tablets, an international study shows.
A new OECD comparison of adult literacy and numeracy, published in Britain yesterday, reveals 10 per cent of Australia’s 16 to 19-year-olds fall below the minimum standard for literacy.
Nearly 20 per cent are below the minimum standard for numeracy, meaning they would struggle to interpret the gauge on a petrol tank.
The whole education system is a gigantic pyramid of lies.