Realizing the joy of learning math in Niger
In their own words, children in Niger share their thoughts about learning math.
January 28, 2019 by Takao Maruyama, Global Partnership for Education Secretariat|
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With the support of communities and the engagement of teachers, children in Niger are catching up and learning the basics in math. Read the full story.

The interviews with children, parents and teachers in Niger were conducted by Akiko Kageyama of JICA.

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