This article, from the BBC website, provides an interesting insight into the future of education in Africa. The article starts:
'Education systems are under stress.
It is a problem felt in many parts of the world, but in Africa, the strain is even more acute.
In sub-Saharan Africa, 10m children drop out of primary school
every year. Even those fortunate enough to complete primary school
often leave with literacy and numeracy skills far below expected levels'.
To read the article in full, click here.