Education, Skills and Learning

COVID-19 has exposed the education divide in Nigeria. This is how we can close it

Inaccessibility to digital tools means many children cannot follow the curriculum online during the coronavirus crisis. Image: REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Toritseju April Amorighoye

Advisory Council, Lagos Hub, Global Shapers Community

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