There is a compulsory school for 9 years for children between 6 and 15 years. Each coral island has its own elementary school, and 92% of children attend school. The country has a college, which provides teacher, nurse and maritime education. See TOPSCHOOLSINTHEUSA for TOEFL, ACT, SAT testing locations and high school codes in Kiribati.
Kiribati flag source: Countryaah.com
|Land area||811 km²|
|Population density (per km²）||137.8|
|Official language||English and Kiribati (Gilbertese)|
|Income per capita||2,000 USD|
|ISO 3166 code||AI|
|Time zone UTC||+12|
|Geographic coordinates||1 25 N, 173 00 O|
Kiribati – Tarawa
Tarawa, atoll with about 30 islands among the Gilbert Islands, Kiribati; 31 km2, 50 200 residents (2012). Tarawa is also the term in the urban area, consisting of the districts of Bairiki, Betio and Bonriki, which constitutes the capital of Kiribati. Most of the capital functions are in Bairiki, while Betio has a port and Bonriki airport.