The disaster left almost 5,000 of Haiti’s primary and secondary schools in ruins – including 80 percent of schools in the capital. The result was that a million children were suddenly out of education. Many schools have since reopened, but only those who can afford fees, uniforms and textbooks get to return.

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The disaster left almost 5,000 of Haiti’s primary and secondary schools in ruins – including 80 percent of schools in the capital. The result was that a million children were suddenly out of education. Many schools have since reopened, but only those who can afford fees, uniforms and textbooks get to return.

(via THE SCHOOLGIRL: Homework by moonlight - AlertNet)

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