Lack of Learning Materials Affects Right to Education

[Concord]The 2012 State of the Human Rights in Sierra Leone report has highlighted the inadequate provision of basic teaching and learning materials and other school resources like furniture by government to schools in remote areas as affecting the enjoyment of the right to education, especially for pupils in rural communities. The report, which was put together by the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone, stated that the 6-3-4-4 system of education recommended by the Gbamanja Commission of

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