Livingstone Museum, University of Zambia, Lusaka, African Studies, archaeology
School attendance has increased substantially since Zambia’s independence in 1964. In 1998-1999 some 1.6 million pupils were enrolled in primary schools, representing 86 percent of school-aged children. Only 27 percent of secondary school-aged children were enrolled. The University of Zambia (founded in 1965), at Lusaka, had about 10,500 students in the mid-1990s.
The Livingstone Museum, at Livingstone, has a collection relating to the archaeology and natural history of southern Africa. The Institute for African Studies of the University of Zambia publishes studies relating to central Africa.
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