Primary Education: The Wisest Investment for Government, Partners and Parents

As I read through dossier of statistics every day on education in Liberia and even visit some of our schools in urban and rural communities, I usually bleed within as I see our nation’s future drowning.

Primary Education: The Wisest Investment for Government, Partners and Parents
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