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Majority Parents of Lower Secondary Students in Male' Schools are Tenants


According to the latest statistics, there are 22,194 students studying in Male'. Among them, 8,504 students are non-Male' students and 208 students are foreign students. 

At Lower Secondary Level (Grade 8, 9 and 10), majority of the students are from Atolls. 

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