Local government in Nigeria distributes 68,000 instructional materials

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Children sit on the ground during lessons in Nigeria. Credit: GPE/Kelley Lynch

Chikun education officials in Kaduna State, Nigeria, announced the distribution of over 68,000 instructional materials to 255 primary schools in their jurisdiction, made possible by a US$21.5 million grant from GPE. 

The education secretary acknowledged that for the government and its development partners to be encouraged to do more, they have to see a return on investment through improved quality of teaching and learning outcomes in schools. 

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Children sit on the ground during lessons in Nigeria. Credit: GPE/Kelley Lynch
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