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    The Wave Show with Katlego (S1:Ep2:Part 1) Katlego

Age of Illiteracy, Produced by Femi D Amele

Age of Illiteracy

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Age of Illiteracy, Produced by Femi D Amele
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Education in the Age of Illiteracy: This examines the qualification boundaries of the education system in Nigeria. The scope is to examine why children who complete a level of education such as Primary school are unable to start off secondary school education. The education system boundaries in 6-3-3-4 (six years in primary school, three years in junior secondary school, three years in senior secondary school, and four years in a tertiary institution.

Education in the Age of Illiteracy, Radio learning is saving the way kids in internally displaced camps and far from their homes can learn. In the absence of authentic government commitment to facilitating basic learning for children; interventions such as radio is bridging the gap.

“We need to come together and explore every avenue to keep children learning and help them through this difficult time” – UNICEF Executive Director

 

Education in Age of Illiteracy
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