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Back to School for Some....But Not for All

Back to School for Some....But Not for All

5,000,000 Canadian children will head back to school this week to well-trained teachers, a holistic curriculum, the latest technology and new friends.  But almost 100,000,000 sub-Saharan children will not be stepping foot inside a school this year.  They face innumerable challenges to access a quality education such as early marriage, conflict situations, and gender norms.  Watch this slide show from the Global Partnership for Education to learn more about the many barriers children and young people around the world face this September when trying to access a quality education.

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