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CLIP 12452

The economics of education in an African school

The economics of education in an African school
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Key Info
  • The economics of education in an African school
  • Duration: 03:08
  • The headteacher of an African school takes drastic action to ensure her school can afford to stay open. The inequality in education across the world and the issues facing teachers and pupils in less economically developed countries is highlighted. First broadcast in May 2010 on BBC Four as part of the series, African School.
  • Credits: Open University/British Council
  • Subject:

    Citizenship and Modern Studies

       Topic:

    Rights: Human Legal Consumer

  • Keywords: schools, education, rights, pupils, teachers, finance, money, connectingclassrooms
Ideas for use in class
  • Useful when discussing Human Rights - right to education, inequality across the world. Find out more about BBC World Class: bbc.co.uk/worldclass/.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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