EDUCATION | A free and compulsory policy-making challenge for African governments

EDUCATION | A free and compulsory policy-making challenge for African governments

[The Africa Report - Africa] - 31/01/2019
Ghana and Sierra Leone (see page 48) are the latest African governments to expand the provision of free and compulsory state education, shining a light on problems of poor teacher training, the lack of classrooms and the need for school feeding (...)
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