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Friday, 10 May 2013

Inequality of Education

It is clear that the poor are failing to access higher institutions. The issue therefore is not merely making basic education free, active policies are need to widen access in high schools and especially colleges and universities. Unless this problem is urgently addressed,  inter-generational inequality will continue to be reinforced. Many of our children have a bleak future based on the above figures. 

From the the recent report - Using safety nets to accelerate poverty reduction and share prosperity in Zambia. It is quite clear that many students are failing to break

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