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Kairouan

and research, particularly in the dissemination of medical science knowledge. In mathematics, contributions to computational algorithms were also made in Kairouan. The Arabs then erected buildings specific to Islamic architecture. While some retain a Byzantine essence, such as Three Doors Mosque in Kairouan (built in the ninth century) or ribat Sousse, many of the ancient columns are purely Arab such as the great Zitouna Mosque of Tunis (ninth century


Taipei

. Originally grown in Fujian it is now widely cultivated and produced in Pinglin Township near Taipei, Taiwan. Total adult literacy rate is 99%. Portuguese primary school enrollments are close to 100%. According to the OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2009, the average Portuguese 15-year-old student, when rated in terms of reading literacy, mathematics and science knowledge, is placed at the same level as those students from the United States, Sweden

student was for many years underrated and underachieving in terms of reading literacy, mathematics and science knowledge in the OECD, nearly tied with the Italian and just above those from countries like Greece, Turkey and Mexico. However, since 2010, PISA results for Portuguese students improved dramatically. The PISA 2009 report states that the average Portuguese 15-year-old student, when rated in terms of reading literacy, mathematics and science knowledge, is placed at the same level as those students from the United States, Sweden, Germany, Ireland, France, Danmark, United Kingdom, Hungary and Taipei, with 489 points (493 is the average). WikiPedia:Taipei Dmoz:Regional Asia Taiwan Localities Taipei City commons:台北市


Portugal

, mathematics and science knowledge, is placed at the same level as those students from the United States, Sweden, Germany, Ireland, France, Denmark, United Kingdom, Hungary and Taipei, with 489 points (493 is the average). <

'') opens in Lisbon, Portugal, first metro (subway) (rapid transit) system in the country. Portugal According to OECD's PISA, the average Portuguese (Portugal) 15-years old student was for many years underrated and underachieving in terms of reading literacy, mathematics and science knowledge in the OECD, nearly tied with the Italian and just above those from countries like Greece, Turkey and Mexico. However, since 2010, PISA results for Portuguese students improved dramatically. The Portuguese Ministry of Education announced a 2010 report published by its office for educational evaluation GAVE (Gabinete de Avaliação do Ministério da Educação) which criticized the results of PISA 2009 report and claimed that the average Portuguese teenage student had profound handicaps in terms of expression, communication and logic, as well as a low performance when asked to solve problems. They also claimed that those fallacies are not exclusive of Portugal but indeed occur in other countries due to the way PISA was designed.


Northern Ireland

Street in London and its goal was to popularize engineering and science knowledge in Victorian Britain. After Michael Schumacher broke his leg in the previous race at Silverstone, Ferrari (Scuderia Ferrari)'s title attention turned to his team-mate Eddie Irvine. David Coulthard nudged team-mate Mika Häkkinen off the track on the first lap, pushing Häkkinen to the back. When Coulthard failed to hold off Irvine during the sole round of pitstops, the man from Northern Ireland


Wales

later known as the Polytechnic of Central London (now the University of Westminster) was established in 1838 at Regent Street in London and its goal was to popularize engineering and science knowledge in Victorian Britain. Life It is believed Repyngdon was born in Wales in around 1345. , ''The English Cardinals'', p. 49. He became an Augustinian canon, first at Repton Abbey


Singapore

web url http: www.singstat.gov.sg pubn popn ghsr1 chap2.pdf title Education and Language publisher Singapore Statistics accessdate 11 April 2011 Singaporean students consistently rank in the top five in the world in the two major international assessments of mathematics and science knowledge: *Singaporean students were ranked first in the 2011 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study conducted by the International Association


Soviet Union

after the fall of the revolutionary socialist governments, and two major research institutions which advocated the Marxist approach to sociology were closed. Janusz Mucha and Paweł Załęcki, Sociology – Poland, Social Science Knowledge Base, Country Reports,


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