132million Children Lack Access To Education’

132million children of primary and secondary school age lack access to education globally.
127million people between the ages of 15 and 24 cannot read and write. The situation is worse in Nigeria, “where there is a ratio of 1 teacher to 101 children. The country ranks among the worst in teacher\students ratio, performing poorly among other developing countries including Liberia, Morocco, Kenya and Liberia”.
Nigeria Government should look into this problem and address this problems bedevilling the system.
the problem could be tackled if Nigeria implements vital national policies and programmes.
Such policies according include, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Education for All, the Vision 20: 2020, the transformation agenda, the UBE Act 2004, among others.

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