Education, Skills and Learning

Education lessons from one of the world's toughest places

Liberia's country's education system had been devastated by civil war Image: Finbarr O'Reilly/REUTERS

Shannon May

President, Co-Founder, NewGlobe

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Children sit in class in Monrovia, February 16, 2015. Thousands of Liberian children in pristine uniforms flocked back to school on Monday as classrooms opened their doors for the first time after a six-month hiatus designed to stem the spread of the worst Ebola outbreak in history. REUTERS/James Giahyue (LIBERIA - Tags: HEALTH EDUCATION DISASTER) - GM1EB2H06XD02
Children sit in class in Monrovia, Liberia Image: REUTERS/James Giahyue
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